Stevie J Asks Judge For Primary Custody Of His Daughter Because He Fears For Her Safety
We always see Joseline Hernandez on mommy duties with her precious baby girl Bonnie Bella, and while it seems like all is good with the two, her ex Stevie J claims it’s not.
Bossip reports that the former Bad Boy producer and now reality star has asked a judge to award him full custody of their daughter. He’s reportedly accusing his former co-star Joseline Hernandez of purposely cutting him out of their daughter’s life.
In court docs filed this week, Stevie claims Hernandez committed “parental alienation” after she moved in with another guy in Miami. Stevie claims Joseline won’t let him visit his three-year-old or have any communication with her which violates their paternity agreement. To add to that, Stevie says that he fears for Bonnie’s safety and well being, and would like to be the primary guardian for her. He noted that he is more financially and mentally stable, has a safe and loving home to raise Bonnie in with new wife, Faith Evans, according to court documents obtained by the news site.
Stevie says his relationship with his daughter has suffered because of Hernandez’s actions, and he wants a judge to punish her. On top of that, he also wants Hernandez to pay child support to him if the judge awards him primary custody.
Socialites, what are your thoughts on this? Sound off in the comment box below!