Jackeline and Robinson began dating in 2008. The two were in a relationship for two years before things turned sour. According to Jackeline, Cano bailed on her when she got pregnant. She gave birth to their son Robinson in September 2010.
In 2013, Jackeline filed a child-support case in a San Pedro de Macoris court. The judge at the Dominican Republic court ordered an increase of $600 monthly in child support to his 4-year old son.
Castro, in an interview with ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” portrayed Cano as an absentee, tight-with-a-buck father, saying he has skimped on adequate support for his son by paying her about $600 a month. Cano said he is paying the agreed-upon amount of support.
The sides have been trying to reach a deal since at least February when, according to Castro, an attorney who no longer works for Cano visited her home and pitched what she described as a 10-year contract.
The proposal, she said, dealt with visitation rights for Cano and child support — which a document she was given indicates was for a payment of 150,000 Dominican pesos every six months, or the equivalent of between $500 and $600 a month. Also included was a confidentiality provision. If found in violation, Castro would be liable for damages in the amount of 2 million pesos, or about $47,000.
She declined to sign the document.