Six Nations multi-millionaire facing two child support cases

Ken HIll

By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations own Ken Hill, one of the founders of the huge Grand River Enterprises tobacco company is now fighting two child support cases on different fronts and in different countries. And he is doing it with the same extravagant flare that mirrors his jet setting, mansion owning lifestyle. Complete with traditional garb and an entourage he walked, late, into the Ontario Court of Appeal in Toronto last Thursday to fight an interim court ordered child support of $33,183 a month, The support is based on his non-taxable 2015 income of $2,108,500 to Brittany Beaver the mother of his son, here in Canada. The long drawn out child support case has become emeshed in a constitutional battle with Hill, now 60, claiming he shouldn’t be subject to…

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