"Bachelor in Paradise" star Amanda Stanton will no longer be getting $2,000 per month in child support after losing a court battle with her ex-husband Nick Buonfiglio. Instead, a family court judge ordered the payments to be reduced by almost 75 percent — all because Amanda is raking in the big bucks promoting products on social media for various companies.

The judge handling the child support case ruled that Buonfiglio would not longer have to pay $2,000 per month to support his daughters. Instead, he slashed the payment down to $530 per month – not even enough to cover Amanda's rumored $2,000 per month clothing budget.

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Amanda got engaged to Josh Murray while filming the ABC Reality TV show, "Bachelor in Paradise" last summer. After filming wrapped up in Mexico, Josh relocated from Georgia to California and moved in with Amanda and her daughters, Kinsley (4) and Charlie (2). That's when her ex-husband decided to take her to court for not only a reduction in child support but to ask for more visitation time with his daughters.

Amanda Stanton's six-figure income revealed

Months later, the couple finally met in court and Amanda had to reveal her monthly income — it was far more than she was making before she became a popular cast member on "Bachelor in Paradise."

In addition to the making between $7,000 — $15,000 (per blogger Reality Steve) to appear on the ABC summer reality series, TMZ reports that court records indicate that Amanda is now raking in $13,000 per month from endorsements on social media and her fashion blog.

And Josh, who was previously engaged to "Bachelorette" star Andi Dorfman, isn't too far behind with the records noting that her live-in fiancee brings in a cool $10,000 per month endorsing products online and working as an Advocare sales rep.

The 'Bachelor in Paradise' star frequently posts on Instagram and Snapchat, and is paid for endorsing products like Smile Sciences teeth whitening kits, the Winc wine club, and various clothing brands.

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And that's not all — Amanda and Josh recently traveled to Mexico to promote Generations Resorts and, a few weeks later, flew to San Francisco with Kinsley and Charlie to promote the new Finding Dory DVD.

Despite a loss of almost $1,500 per month in child support income, it sounds like Amanda and Josh aren't hurting for cash. And if they are in need of some extra money, they could always follow in the footsteps of "Bachelor in Paradise" stars Jade and Tanner Tolbert who recently earned a paycheck for their appearance on WeTV's "Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars."