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If the judge ordered her to pay child support, and she has not done so, then you would have the right to file a motion to hold her in contempt of court and seek an order compelling her to pay. The judge can and should order her to pay and can fine or even jail her until she does so. Also, you usually can receive your costs associated with filing the contempt motion -- including attorney's fees.
So, you should consult your lawyer about filing a motion for contempt (sometimes called a motion to show cause) and get this resolved as soon as you can.