Noor Alfallah, the girlfriend of Al Pacino, has applied for full custody of the couple’s kid only three months after giving birth.
Page Six reports that on Wednesday, Alfallah, now 29, filed a petition in Los Angeles to establish paternity between herself, Pacino, and the infant. According to the article, unmarried parents often utilize this form to work out issues like child support and visitation schedules.
Pacino, 83 at the time, was granted “reasonable visiting” privileges and joint legal custody but full physical custody, according to the records. Alfallah also asked the actor to cover the expense of her legal representation.
Page Six said that Pacino was astonished to become a father at his advanced age, given his history of infertility owing to a medical ailment.
Pacino’s three other children are Julie, age 33, with ex-wife Jan Tarrant, and Anton and Olivia, age 22. He’s single at the moment.
He reportedly requested a paternity test to prove he was the father.
According to Page Six, Pacino and Alfallah have been an item since 2020. Mick Jagger, lead singer for the Rolling Stones, and wealthy financier Nicolas Berggruen have been associated with Alfallah. Alfallah “usually dates extremely affluent older guys,” a source informed the media site.
The iconic actor spoke out about parenting to The New Yorker in 2014, saying it is upsetting if he is not a part of his children’s lives. He “gets a lot from it.”
A few weeks after Robert De Niro, 79, revealed that he and his fiancée Tiffany Chen had welcomed a kid, news of Pacino fathering a child at 83 also leaked. Six of De Niro’s children are from relationships with different women. Pacino and DeNiro, two of the most famous actors alive, have co-starred in many critically acclaimed films, including “Heat” (1995) and “The Godfather, Part II” (1974).