Al Pacino’s bank account is taking some heat when it comes to supporting the octogenarian’s infant son.
The 83-year-old Oscar winner, who welcomed son Roman with Noor Alfallah earlier this year, will have to pay a “base” of $30,000 each month to the 29-year-old mom, according to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight.
The “Heat” star also has to pay $110,000 upfront to Alfallah — to whom he’s been linked since spring 2022. Depending on how much he makes this year, might have to pay an additional $90,000 come year’s end.
Pacino must contribute an annual installment of $15,000 to their 4-month-old son’s education fund as well, per ET.
The “Scent of a Woman” star, who said he’ll cover up to $20,000 of Alfallah’s legal fees, must also shoulder the entirety of any medical costs that insurance doesn’t cover.
Despite Alfallah having filed for full physical custody in September — and the pair coming to an agreement last month, which includes visitation schedules — a representative for Pacino told ET that the two “are together.”
Stan Rosenfeld, who spoke to the outlet in October, said the motivation behind Alfallah’s filing “is a question for Noor.”
“Al and Noor have successfully worked together and have mutually reached agreements regarding their child Roman,” he said at the time.
Pacino has three more kids: daughter Julie, 33, with ex Jan Tarrant; and 22-year-old twins Olivia and Anton with Beverly D’Angelo.
News that Pacino was becoming a father again — at an age more likely for welcoming grandchildren — surfaced in late May, in near-conjunction with similar news for his “Heat” and “The Irishman” co-star Robert De Niro.
In April, the “Killers of the Flower Moon” star, 80, welcomed his seventh child, baby girl Virginia, with girlfriend Tiffany Chen.