Flo Rida’s Son’s Fall: Mother Seeks $40 Million Settlement In Lawsuit


In a recent development, the mother of Flo Rida’s son, Alexis Adams, has stated that she is open to settling the lawsuit concerning their son’s near-fatal fall from her New Jersey apartment building. However, the settlement amount she is seeking is a staggering $40 million.

Key Takeaway

Alexis Adams, the mother of Flo Rida’s son, is seeking a $40 million settlement in the lawsuit stemming from their son’s fall. The lawsuit targets a construction company and a window installation company, alleging that their negligence led to the accident. However, it remains unclear whether the defendants will agree to pay the requested amount to settle the case.

The Tragic Incident

In March, Flo Rida and Alexis’ 6-year-old son, Zohar, fell from a 5th-story window in their Jersey City residence, resulting in severe injuries. Zohar was immediately rushed to the hospital, where he was placed in the intensive care unit. Miraculously, he survived the 50-foot fall but faced a long road to recovery, including being in a full-body cast and learning to walk again.

The Lawsuit

Alexis Adams has filed a lawsuit against several parties she believes are responsible for her son’s fall. Among the defendants are a construction company and a window installation company. According to Alexis, they installed incorrect sized guards on the windows, which ultimately allowed Zohar’s accident to occur. It’s important to note that Flo Rida is not involved in this legal battle.

A Costly Settlement

In her recent legal documents, Alexis states that a settlement amount of $40 million is necessary for her to agree to end the lawsuit. Specifically, she is seeking $20 million from one group of defendants and another $20 million from a separate party. However, there is no indication thus far that any of the defendants are willing to pay such an exorbitant sum to resolve the case.