Sherri Shepherd has proven time and time and time again that she isn't going down without a fight in her child support battle against ex-husband Lamar Sally. A new report says she's going to Pennsylvania's Supreme Court to appeal the order.
"According to legal docs obtained by TMZ, Shepherd's asking the highest court in the state to relieve her from paying up to $4,600 a month to Sally until their son turns 18. Her reason? She says the first judge overstepped his boundaries in using a surrogacy contract to make her the mom ... even though she's not biologically related to the child.
Lamar tells TMZ ... it's ridiculous Sherri spent nearly $100k to bring their kid into the world, yet wants nothing to do with him. He says it's unfortunate one day the baby will be able to read the lengths Sherri went to in order to be out of his life."
The Supreme Court has yet to decide on whether or not they will take on Shepherd's appeal. Her last appeal was denied in November.