Cases of illegitimacy and extra-marital affairs are not new in Hollywood. An interesting case of such an affair is that of Jordan Dominique Odom, the child of Jill Oden and famous American rapper South Park Mexican or SPM. Jill Odom had forced SPM to take a paternity test to recognize Dominique as his legitimate son. She later won the lawsuit.
Check out Odom’s story and how his life was affected by his father’s immature actions.
Jordan Dominique Odom Early Life
Jordan Dominique is the son of rapper SPM and Jill Oden from Pasadena, California. In 2001 when she was 20 years old, Jill Oden filed a lawsuit against rapper SPM, the father of her child. The lawsuit forced SPM to take a paternity test and legally declare that Jordan Dominique was his son.
At the time of Dominique’s birth, his mother was just 14 years old, and she claimed that SPM, then 20 years old, knew she was in seventh grade. The jury later used the incident against SPM in a molestation case of another girl.
After formally declaring that Odom was his son, SPM was to pay $28,000 for child support to Jill Odom. In addition, he was to pay $2,000 for Odon’s parental and birth expenses and $1,500 for his education fund. Lastly, he was to pay a $900 monthly allowance to Jill Oden for upkeep since she was in full custody of their child.
Jordan Odom’s Father
South Park Mexican was born Carlos Coy on 5 October 1970 in Houston, Texas, USA. He’s of Mexican descent, and his stage name is derived from South Park in the city of Houston, where he grew up. His parents divorced when three years after Coy’s birth. He went to Woodson Middle School, where he failed his studies. He got employed as a door-to-door perfume seller but later became a cocaine dealer.
About his music career, Coy started as a gospel rapper in 1994. In 1995, he used the stage name SPM to market his first Album, Hillwood in Houston, partnering with Southwest Wholesale. In 1998, Coy released two albums, Hustle town in March, followed by Power Moves: The Table in December. His 1999 fourth album was a success because of the single titled high So High.
In 2000, Coy signed the label Dope House Records in the Universal Music Group. He released more back-to-back albums under the labels.
Carlos Coy Sexual Assault Cases
The Houston police arrested Coy for aggravated sexual assault on a nine-year-old girl in September 2001, but he got released. More additional assaults followed after Jordan Dominique’s mother applied for child support. Coy’s lawsuit began on 8 May 2002 when the 9-year-old girl confirmed Coy touched her while sleeping. He was convicted of aggravated sexual assault on a minor, and the jury sentenced him to 45 years in prison. He also got a $10,000 fine.
As for the personal life of Dominique’s mother, Jill Odom, there isn’t much information she has revealed to the public.
We may not know much about Jordan Dominique Odom, but from his father’s irresponsible actions in his early 20s, we get a glimpse of his childhood.