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Lynsi Torres, In-N-Out Owner, To Pay $19K Per Month In Child Support

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President and owner of In-N-Out Burger, Lynsi Torres, is serving up one hefty child support payment.

According to divorce documents obtained by Radar Online, the 30-year-old fast food heiress is required to pay almost $19,000 per month in child support to her ex-husband, Richard Martinez, whom she divorced in 2011. The former couple shares joint custody of their 8-year-old twins.

In addition to the hefty monthly payment, Torres -- who was recently named the youngest female billionaire in the U.S. -- is also responsible for covering the cost of the children's private school tuition. According to the prenup, she does not owe Martinez any spousal support.

Torres and Martinez -- her second husband -- tied the knot in 2004. In 2011, she married her third husband, race car driver Val Torres, Jr.

Torres is the granddaughter of Harry and Esther Snyder, who founded the West Coast burger chain in 1948.

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