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Sherri Shepherd's Child Support Lawsuit Could Go To The Supreme Court — As The Surrogacy Battle Is The First Of Its Kind!

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This is getting pretty ugly.

We thought that Sherri Shepherd's infamous custody battle case had come to a close when the court decided The View host had to pay her ex husband Lamar Sally $4,100 a month for child support of their son.

Well, not only is the 48-year-old comedienne appealing the ruling, she wants to be taken off of 1-year-old L.J. Sally's birth certificate completely!

Related: Sherri & The Rest Of The New View Cast!

In a Pennsylvania courtroom on Monday, Sherri's attorney defended the star saying she had no legal obligation to the child because he was born via surrogacy with Lamar's sperm — so there's no blood relation to her.

We knew that the 30 Rock actress felt tricked into going through with the egg donor process, but we didn't realize she felt this strongly about being out of the child's life.

In an unprecedented move, the surrogate , Jessica Bartholomew, actually had to pay for some of the child's medical bills because Sherri's name wasn't initially on the records.

Related: Sherri Goes HAM On Khloe Kardashian!

What makes this case even trickier is that L.J. was born with the potentially fatal deficiency G6PD which makes him highly susceptible to sickness.

If Sherri's appeal were to be successful, the case could possibly move all the way up to the Supreme Court because it's the first of its kind!

What do U think about Sherri's child support battle??

[Image via Sherri Shepherd/Instagram.]

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