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Woman seeking child support from Keanu Reeves speaks out


Woman seeking child support from Keanu Reeves speaks out


Karen Sala, a woman from Barrie, Ontario, has filed a lawsuit in May seeking millions in spousal and child support from Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves.

Sala is also asking Reeves to undergo a DNA test to prove that he is the father of any of her four children.

Reeves’ Toronto-based attorney, Lorne Wolfson, called Sala’s claims “totally frivolous” and said that Reeves denies ever having an intimate relationship with Sala or fathering any of her children.

During a family court appearance, Sala spoke out about her claims, saying that she and her children had been through “hell and back” and that they deserved compensation if Reeves is indeed their father.

Sala alleges that she had a sexual relationship with Reeves before, during, and after her marriage and that Reeves may have fathered one or more of her children.

Reeves’ spokesperson has denied that the actor even knows Sala, and Wolfson says that he believes the case will be dismissed.


Court documents show that Sala is seeking $3 million per month in spousal support, retroactive to November 2006, as well as $150,000 per month in child support, going back to June 1988.

During the court appearance, Wolfson said that Sala had yet to provide any evidence to back up her claims.

Sala has said that she notified Reeves’ legal team before her youngest child turned 18 and that she had a photo taken of Reeves at her home in 2006.

However, Wolfson says that he has yet to see any evidence of the photo.

Reeves, who was born in Lebanon, lived in Toronto in the 1980s before moving to Hollywood.

He is best known for his roles in “The Matrix” trilogy, “Speed,” “The Devil’s Advocate,” and “Constantine.”

Sala, who says she has known Reeves since she was nine, refused to say why she didn’t file her suit against Reeves when her children were younger but maintained that her claims were true.

She also said that she had no qualms about asking for financial compensation.

“I’ve been through hell and back. The kids have been hell and back,” said Sala. “Why not? They deserve it.”

Sala’s allegations have not been proven in court, and Wolfson maintains that the case should be dismissed at the earliest opportunity.

A case conference has been set for August 20 to discuss the matter further.

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