Al Pacino will be required to pay Noor Alfallah $30,000 a month in child support to provide for the couple’s five-month-old son, according to documents reportedly obtained by Page Six.

Though a representative for Pacino, 83, confirmed to Vanity Fair that the actor and Alfallah, a 29-year-old producer at Sony, are still a couple, Alfallah was granted primary physical custody of baby Roman in September, and she and Pacino share legal custody.

According to Page Six, a Los Angeles judge signed off on some hefty payouts from Pacino: He was ordered to pay $110,000 to Alfallah upfront, in addition to the monthly payment, as well as $13,000 for a night nurse.

The Scarface actor will also be responsible for any medical bills not covered by insurance, and will put aside $15,000 annually for baby Roman’s future education.

Pacino and Alfallah reportedly became a couple during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in May 2023 revealed that Alfallah was eight months pregnant.

Pacino has three other children from previous relationships: 34-year-old Julie Pacino, and 22-year-old twins Anton Pacino and Olivia Pacino.

Alfallah previously dated Mick Jagger. When they got together in 2017, she was 22, and he was 74. After their breakup, she told Hello! Magazine that the age difference wasn’t an issue in her relationship with the rocker. “The heart doesn’t know what it sees, it only knows what it feels. It was my first serious relationship, but it was a happy time for me.”