Revlon magnate Ronald Perelman does not have to pay a level of support for his 4-year-old daughter that mirrors his own “opulent” lifestyle, which only someone with an annual income of $50 million could afford, a State Supreme Court justice in Manhattan ruled yesterday.

Rather, Justice Franklin Weissberg wrote that the operative factor is how much the family has been spending on the daughter, Caleigh. Using that standard, he concluded in Anonymous v. Anonymous, Index No. 310754/96, that the monthly cost of her upkeep, including housing, was $13,500.

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