Sherri Shepherd and husband Lamar 'Sal' Sally attend the 2013 BET Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on June 30, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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He is asking for more money due to Lamar Jr.'s medical issues.

Paula Rogo
Dec, 13, 2016

Sherri Shepherd's legal woes with her ex-husband Lamar Sally appear to be neverending. 

The ex-spouses will be going to court soon because Sally is demanding more child support for their two-year-old son. Shepherd and Sally welcomed Lamar Jr., via surrogate after the couple split. 

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The former The View co-host was paying $4,100 in financial support each month. But in court documents, Sally requests an increase of that amount because Shepherd earns upwards of $3 million per year, a $1.8 million increase from what their previous support order was based upon. 

Sally is asking for more money because their son suffers from a genetic disorder that requires a strict diet and frequent medical visits, TMZ reports.

The exes married in 2011, and began to pursue surrogacy using Sally's sperm and an egg donor. But upon separating in April 2014, their surrogate was already pregnant, prompting a legal battle over who would be financially responsible for the future of the child. Shepherd also fought to prevent her name from being printed on the birth certificate.