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Judge to Chris Bosh

You Can't Take Your

Daughter to the Olympics

6/16/2012 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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Chris Bosh
's 3-year-old daughter will have to watch her daddy's 2012 Olympic run on TV -- a judge has refused to give the Miami Heat star permission to take his baby girl to London next month.

TMZ broke the story ... Chris asked the judge to give him the green light to take her to London to watch him play -- a move his baby mama Allison Mathis was fighting because of possible terrorism.

The judge mulled it over and has now sided with Mathis -- refusing to let Bosh take their daughter overseas. It's unclear exactly why the judge ruled against Bosh.

The judge said the couple is still free to hash out their own agreement outside court -- but we're told Mathis is refusing to budge ... so that's that. Sorry Bosh.

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46.

Marco Polo    

This is an example of a SELFISH mother. Denying her child an experience of a lifetime that she can share with her dad. What a shame!

825 days ago
47.

Omega    

This is the same Baby Mama that he had 2 get an order against to stop her from appearing on Basketball Wives. Maybe if he would have invited HER, then the Baby would be ok 2 go. Regardless of her age, Bosh wanted his Family with him. Cant knock him for that. It is no secret that the BM is still upset that she didnt become Mrs. Bosh, as some1 else did. Get over it!! Its antics like this that just confirms why he didnt. NTL, let this Man be a Father 2 his Child. He is good enough 2 pay U a ridiculous amount of $$ monthly 2 care for the child but not good enough 2spend time as Father? I dont get it.

824 days ago
48.

Whatashame    

It's sad to read many of the comments posted. No one but Chris and Allison know the facts. We (as readers) only see a small fraction of the facts but yet people are commenting as if they know everything. Chris Bosh has scheduled visitation, he has it. I'm under the impression that either his scheduled time is not during the Olympics or his scheduled time ends before the gold medal basektball game. It's either one of the two.

The law is the law and it doesn't change because your Chris Bosh and headed to the Olympics. What Chris ultimately wanted was to have his daughter beyond court ordered time or during time that wasn't his time for an unspecified amount time. I say unspecified amount of time becasue no one knows how far the U.S. basketball team will make it and the further they make it, the longer they play/stay in London.

Allison is not obligated to say yes, it's her scheduled with the child. Whether it would be nice or not is a seperate issue. When a parent goes to the courts for court ordered/scheduled visitation, that's exactly what they get, scheduled time.

Maybe being a little nicer, saying hello, sending a mother's day boquet/card and just saying Thank you would go a long way...especially if you need the other parent to continually go against the order. It would go a long way.

It doesn't matter that he pays child support. HE'S SUPPOSE MORALLY WANT TO SUPPORT HIS CHILD AND LEGALLY. He beat the bullet since he only pays $260...0 a month but makes 18 million. He probably spends more eating out each month than what he pays in child support but that's what the court ordered so it is what it is.

For people who complain about child support, imagine how much more in taxes we all would pay if their wasn't child support. Just image how many single parents would be at their local social services applying for benefits that with their income alone their eligible for but with child support added to the mix, they'd make to much income for. For everyone complaining about a man paying child support, do you want to cover the gap when the kids are without and in need and now on welfare?

823 days ago
49.

Jeanette    

But, as some people said, she wouldn't remember.She proabaly wouldn't even remeber getting on the plane.

726 days ago
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