Jeron Artest, 13, won a coveted spot at the prestigious Poly Prep Country Day School for the 2014-15 school year but Metta World Peace reneged on a promise to pay the $38,355 tuition, according to mom Jennifer Palma’s suit in Manhattan Family Court. Metta World Peace “dangles our son’s high-school education in front of me and uses his money to control and manipulate me to the detriment of our son,” gripes the baby mama in court papers. She says Jeron, an honors student who shares his dad’s athletic talents, would be “devastated” if he couldn’t enroll at Poly Prep. Her attorney, Michael Stutman, says World Peace, 34, made $9 million last year. The Knicks bought out his $3.2 million contract in February. “He can certainly afford to send our son to private school,” Palma, 34, says in the suit, filed April 8. Thanks for the tea NY Post!