Tika Sumpter and Philip Boyd

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Allyah, the child welfare caseworker, drops in on Candace to assess whether she's fit to have custody of Quincy Jr. After conducting some research of her own, Allyah has discovered that Candace worked as an escort and that the company she claimed to work for has never heard of her. Candace explains that she formerly worked as an escort to pay for law school and that she hasn't started her job with the law firm yet.

After questioning how Candace can afford her extravagant home, Oscar vouches for Candace, asserting that he bought the house in her name. He transfers $500,000 into Candace's account to prove her financial stability to the caseworker. After she leaves, Oscar stresses that the money was a loan, and he expects her to pay him back in full.

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