Al Pacino Calls It Quits With Partner 3 Months After Baby’s Birth

Al Pacino has a career spanning over five decades.

The actor and filmmaker has been in plenty of movies and television shows and has lent his talents beyond just acting on screen. With a long history of work and a healthy list of accolades, Al has certainly made a name for himself in the entertainment industry. He has found love over the years, although he has never been married, and his relationships have borne him multiple children over the years.


The now legendary movie icon welcomed his first child with his ex-girlfriend and acting coach Jan Tarrant in 1989. From 1997 to 2003, he was attached to actress Beverly D’Angelo, with whom he had twins in 2001. In April 2022, it was reported Al was in a relationship with Noor Alfallah, a woman 54 his junior. This meant Al was 83 and Alfallah was 29 when they first began dating. In June 2023, Al welcomed his first child with her named Roman Pacino, making him one of the oldest celebrity fathers on record.

However, the course of love hasn’t run smoothly for Al, and he and Alfallah have reportedly split. According to Al Pacino’s representative, the couple is still dating — which is odd considering Noor is filing for physical custody of their child. But, other news sites are reporting they are not together romantically.

In the filing, Noor demands full physical custody of the child, with “reasonable visitation” given to the Academy Award-winning actor. The good news is she agrees to give Pacino joint legal custody, which allows him to be involved in major decisions like schooling, medical treatment, and religion.

Interestingly, Alfallah included a one-page called a “voluntary declaration of parentage” signed by both parties. The document was executed six days after the baby was born and was signed by Al Pacino and a third-party witness. In other words, he IS the biological father of the child.

For all you conspiracy theorists, Noor told the court that she had “sexual intercourse ” with the baby’s father in this state — which resulted in “conception” of the child.

Miss Alfallah is asking the court to force Pacino to pay for any attorney fees or costs associated with this case.

As for child support, an exact amount isn’t listed in this initial filing with the court. In California, the court must officially establish the parents and income of both parties before ordering child support. Obviously, in this situation, Al Pacino will be the one paying a monthly amount considering how much money he makes per year.

“The court may make orders for support of the children and issue an earnings assignment without further notice to either party,” the document reads. But, most of the time the judge will make a determination of how much is owed based on a request made by Alfallah in the coming days or weeks. This is the first step in establishing support.

This is Al’s fourth child, he shares 22-year-old twins with ex Beverly D’Angelo and an older daughter with ex-girlfriend Jan Tarrant. He has dated several other celebrities including Diane Keaton and Penelope Ann Miller. So how did they meet? “Pacino and Noor started seeing each other during the pandemic. She mostly dates very rich older men, she was with Mick Jagger for a while, and then she dated Nicholas Berggruen,” says Page Six.

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They may have split but she has his pockets in lock for eighteen years and this is the goal with western women nowadays

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She got the bag.

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He’ll most likely die before then.

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Al Pacino’s bank account is taking some heat when it comes to supporting the octogenarian’s infant son.

The 83-year-old Oscar winner, who welcomed son Roman with Noor Alfallah earlier this year, will have to pay a “base” of $30,000 each month to the 29-year-old mom, according to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight.

The “Heat” star also has to pay $110,000 upfront to Alfallah — to whom he’s been linked since spring 2022. Depending on how much he makes this year, might have to pay an additional $90,000 come year’s end.

Pacino must contribute an annual installment of $15,000 to their 4-month-old son’s education fund as well, per ET.

Noor Alfallah & Al Pacino welcomed a son named Roman back in June.

Al Pacino must pay more than $30,000 a month in child support to Noor Alfallah for their recently born son Roman, Page Six reported Thursday.

The gossip section revealed other details of their arrangement after viewing the court documents.

The Oscar-winning “Scent of a Woman” star was also ordered to pay Alfallah $110,000 upfront apart from the monthly installments while providing $13,000 for a night nurse, coverage of medical bills not covered by insurance and a $15,000 annual deposit into an education fund.

Alfallah, 29, and Pacino, 83, will share legal custody, but Alfallah will have primary physical custody, Page Six noted.

Yet the two are “still together,” Pacino’s publicist told HuffPost on Friday. (He did not comment on the child support.) Alfallah, a producer, filed for custody in September, a few months after she and Pacino welcomed baby Roman in June. The “Godfather” star has three adult children from two previous relationships.

Hehe, nothing stands in Al Pacino’s way