Cromartie nixes reality show about kids
Their baby boy, Jagger, joins sister Jurzie and eight half-siblings from Cromartie baby mamas across the country.
But the happy occasion is mixed with turmoil. His far-flung fatherhood has intrigued a TV production company that wants to create a reality show about the group "trying to co-exist as a modern family," a source said.
Most of the moms want to do the show, but Cromartie said no.
The baby mamas he left behind have banded together so their kids can bond with their brothers and sisters in California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and New Jersey.
The single women can use the extra money to help raise their kids, but they also think it is important "to document their journey," the source said. "They want Antonio's support."
Cromartie has deflected the plan, blocking any filming of his offspring.