More than $100 billion is owed in unpaid child support, according to the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement's 2009 data.

But it's not only the so-called "regular" folks that contribute to this astronomical number. Surprisingly, celebrities from all arenas -- TV, movies, sports, music and business -- are adding to this sky-high figure as well.

Click through the slides below for 14 stars who reportedly had trouble making their child support payments.

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  • Levi Johnston

    Levi Johnston -- who had a <a href=",,20245389,00.html">baby with then-girlfriend Bristol Palin </a>back in December 2008 -- reportedly owed her <a href="">more than $38,000 </a>in unpaid child support after going <a href="">22 months without making a payment</a>. A source <a href="">told Us Weekly in May 2012</a>, "Levi made more than $1 million and squandered it on guns, boats and four-wheelers."

  • Dennis Rodman

    In December 2012, the <a href="">Associated Press reported </a>that former Chicago Bulls star Dennis Rodman was found in <a href="">contempt of court</a> and ordered to pay <a href="">half of a million dollars in back child support</a> to his ex-wife, Michelle Rodman. Earlier that year, the basketball player was ordered to <a href="">perform more than 100 hours of community service</a> for missed payments in 2009 and 2010. Michelle first <a href="">filed for divorce</a> back in 2004. The former couple made <a href="">attempts at reconciliation</a> over the years, but they <a href="">split for good in April 2012.</a> The Rodmans have <a href="">a son and a daughter together. </a>

  • Bobby Brown

    Bobby Brown -- who was famously married to<a href=""> the late Whitney Houston for 15 years</a> -- has a history of <a href=",,1547310,00.html">skipping out on his child support payments</a>. The R&B singer/songwriter <a href="">served jail time</a> for the missed payments on several occasions, including in 2007 when he spent <a href="">three days in a county jail</a> for owing nearly $20,000 in child support and court fees to his ex, Kim Ward. He was bailed out by Washington D.C.-area <a href="">radio station Hot 99.5 FM</a> in exchange for a week of interviews and appearances. Brown has <a href="">five children with four women</a>, including <a href="">one daughter, Bobbi Kristina</a>, with Houston.

  • Evander Holyfield

    In September 2012, boxer Evander Holyfield was<a href=""> held in contempt of court</a> for his failure to pay <a href="">more than $500,000 </a>in child support for his daughter, Emani. Holyfield has a total of <a href="">12 children</a> with <a href="">six women. </a>

  • Val Kilmer

    In 2011, Val Kilmer's ex-wife, Joanne Whalley, claimed that the "Batman Forever" actor had <a href="">fallen behind on child support </a>for their two kids. Whalley <a href="">did not specify the amount </a>Kilmer owed in the court documents obtained by TMZ, but he had previously agreed to pay her <a href="">$27,500 per month.</a> The actress <a href="">established a lien </a>on Kilmer's property (she did the same thing <a href="">back in 2007</a>) in order to prevent him from skipping out on the payments.

  • Francois-Henry Pinault

    In 2011, supermodel Linda Evangelista's attorney accused her ex-beau, billionaire Francois-Henry Pinault, of <a href=",,20514995,00.html">"sitting back, paying zero" </a>towards child support for their son Augie. Pinault -- who is now <a href="">married to Salma Hayek</a> -- later denied the claim in the French issue of Elle, saying that he had <a href=",,20527347,00.html">"recognized" Augie since 2007</a> and included him in his family life <a href=",,20527347,00.html">"at every possible opportunity."</a> Evangelista was reportedly <a href=",,20514995,00.html">requesting $46,000 a month</a> from Pinault, which, if granted, would have been one of the <a href=",,20514995,00.html">highest support orders</a> in the history of family court. In May 2012, the former flames <a href=",,20593472,00.html">settled the case</a> for an undisclosed amount.

  • Terrell Owens

    Over the years, former NFL bad boy Terrell Owens has had trouble <a href="">keeping up with child support payments</a> to the four women with whom he has kids. In spite of making <a href="">roughly $80 million</a> during his football career, Owens claimed in 2011 that <a href="">he was broke</a> and filed legal documents to <a href="">reduce the cost of the payments. </a> In December 2012, the football player <a href="">completed his court-ordered community service</a> at a Los Angeles Goodwill after being <a href="">held in contempt of court</a> for falling behind on his payments to <a href="">baby mama Kimberly Floyd. </a>

  • Jon Gosselin

    In August 2012, former "Jon & Kate Plus 8" star Jon Gosselin claimed he was <a href="">unable to pay his rent</a> because of the high cost of his <a href="">child support payments</a> for his eight kids with <a href="">ex-wife, Kate Gosselin</a>. “I am a single father who’s trying to make ends meet during a recession," <a href="">he told Star magazine</a>. "What do I do — pay child support or rent? I need to support my kids, but I could lose my house, and I need my home to continue to have custody." Kate's attorney later <a href="">shot down these claims,</a> adding that Jon had been <a href="">relieved of his child support duties</a> months earlier in April 2012.

  • Allen Iverson

    Allen Iverson's wife, Tawanna Iverson, <a href="">filed for divorce</a> from the former NBA player in March 2010, but the pair <a href="">later reconciled</a>. She <a href="">filed again</a> in June 2011. Later that year, Tawanna claimed that Allen had <a href="">stopped depositing money in the joint bank account </a>that she used to pay for rent and other child-related expenses for their five kids. The former couple <a href="">settled their divorce</a> in January 2013. Sources close to the couple told TMZ that<a href=""> child support </a>was part of the settlement deal, in addition to a <a href="">$3 million lump sum</a> and a <a href="">percentage of future profits </a>from his Reebok endorsement.

  • Jermaine Dupri

    Rapper/producer Jermaine Dupri got into hot water in 2011 after he <a href="">missed child support payments</a> to Sarai Jones, with whom he had a <a href="">then-seven-month-old baby girl</a>. After a paternity test revealed that he was the child's father, he was ordered to pay Jones <a href="">$2,500 per month</a>, as well as <a href="">an additional $7,500</a>. Because of <a href="">financial hardships</a>, he was unable to pay and was then <a href="">sued by Jones for the money</a>. There are no new developments about the case at this time.

  • Skeet Ulrich

    In January 2013, actor Skeet Ulrich -- best known for his <a href="">role in "Scream"</a> -- was reportedly charged with contempt of court for being <a href="">behind on his child support payments</a> to his ex-wife, Georgina Cates. <a href="">According to court documents</a> obtained by Radar Online, Ulrich <a href="">owes more than $280,000</a> to Cates, whom he divorced in 2005. The ex-pair <a mhref="">share custody</a> of their <a href=",,20059925,00.html">twins, Naiia and Jakob.</a>

  • Flavor Flav

    Public Enemy rapper Flavor Flav <a href="">faced a 180-day jail sentence</a> in May 2012 after he failed to pay <a href="">more than $111,000 in back child support</a> to Angie Parker -- the mother of three of his seven children. In June 2012, the rapper was able to <a href="">avoid serving time </a>by paying $25,000 to Parker upfront and then adding <a href="">an extra $1,200 </a>to his monthly payments to her.

  • Ed Furlong

    In January 2011, Edward Furlong was<a href=""> arrested after violating a restraining order</a> that said he must remain at least <a href="">100 yards away</a> from his estranged wife, Rachael Kneeland. At the time, the "Terminator 2" actor was also a <a href="">month behind on his child support payments</a> because, as he told the judge, he was <a href="">"completely broke."</a> In October of that year, a Los Angeles court determined that he <a href="">owed $15,000 in back child support</a>. Furlong and Kneeland have <a href="">one son together</a> named Ethan.

  • Nas

    In the past, rapper Nas has had trouble <a href="">keeping up with his child support payments</a> to his ex-wife, "Milkshake" singer Kelis. In April 2010, he was ordered to pay his ex more than <a href="">$47,000 in back child support</a>. But a month later, Nas told the judge that his current income <a href="">could not support the current monthly payments</a>. In 2011, TMZ reported that a judge had<a href=""> reduced his payment </a>substantially to roughly $5,000 a month due to a <a href="">tough economy</a>. The former couple has <a href="">one son together </a>named Knight.

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