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Slain Fla. woman was seeking owed child support

TALLAHASSEE — A woman found dead in her home along with her three young children had been in court four days earlier seeking child support from her slain 6-year-old twins’ father, who has a lengthy criminal record, court records show.

A judge last Tuesday signed a final order requiring Antonio L. Anthony to pay $307 per month plus retroactive child support of $22,925 to 27-year-old Brandi Peters. Peters was found dead Saturday along with twins Tamiyah and Taniyah Peters and her 3-year-old son, Joyante Segura, at their Tallahassee home just a few miles from the Florida Capitol.

No one has been charged, and police say all four deaths are considered homicides.