Gloria Govan has been receiving child support payments from her ex, Matt Barnes, but he hasn’t been paying the full amount, so she’s going to court to try and get what she’s owed.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the “Basketball Wives” star claims Barnes owes her $42,250 in back child support.

She claims her former NBA star ex owes her $20,000 that was due last November and $7,500 that he did not pay last December. She claims she is owed an additional $14,750 because Barnes’ support payments from January through May of 2019 have been about half of the $7,500 per month he’s supposed to be paying.

Govan wants the money she is owed, plus another $25 in costs and about $2,174 in interest.

Matt Barnes Files Legal Docs to Lower Child Support to 'Basketball Wives' Star Gloria Govan - The Blast

Govan’s attorney says she reached out to Barnes lawyer back in April to regarding the past due support payments but claims the lawyer “has not provided me with any explanation regarding the unpaid child support nor has she provided any assurances that the payments are forthcoming.

Barnes used to pay Garnes $20,000 per month in child support but he went to court last year in an effort to get that payment reduced.

He claimed that since he has gained increased custody of the former couple’s twins, he believed his support payments should be lowered.

Barnes had requested to have the child support payments cut down to $7,500 per month and the judge agreed with that amount and ordered the payments to be reduced.

Govan recently filed documents seeking more custodial time with the twins.

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Deebo has incredulous reaction to 49ers releasing Armstead originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

It’s a business.

The 49ers released defensive tackle Arik Armstead on Wednesday, which was a tough pill to swallow for his now-former teammates.

Star wide receiver Deebo Samuel felt some way about San Francisco’s transaction and offered his two cents in an Instagram story post.

Samuel’s six facepalm emoticons speak for themselves, as the five-year veteran didn’t want to see the star defensive lineman go. The two were 49ers teammates for five NFL seasons in San Francisco, appearing in two Super Bowls and four NFC Championship Games.

Armstead was San Francisco’s longest-tenured player, spending nine years with the 49ers after they selected the Oregon product with the 17th pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

The 30-year-old hits free agency as one of the top remaining defensive targets after declining a significant pay cut on his scheduled $17.41 million salary.

Armstead’s impact on the 49ers and Northern California will forever be appreciated, as he raised $2 million in donations for Sacramento and Bay Area youth through his Armstead Academic Project. He was a nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award during the last four seasons.

Change is part of the game.

While Samuel eagerly switched his jersey number from 19 to one, missing Armstead is something he’ll reluctantly have to get used to.