Stevie J Released From Rehab To Appear In $1.1 Million Child Support Case

Stevie J Released From Rehab To Appear In $1.1 Million Child Support Case

Stevie J

Stevie J Released From Rehab To Appear In $1.1 Million Child Support Case

He’s a free man! Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s Stevie J (real name Steven Jordan) has been released from drug rehab, in order to address his $1.1 million federal child support case. According to Bossip,

A judge has ordered the producer turned reality star out of cocaine rehab and back to court next week for a hearing where he’ll admit his guilt in the case instead of going to trial.

It is hereby ordered that the conditions of the defendant’s bail are hereby modified to permit him to leave the inpatient drug treatment program to which he is currently admitted for the purpose of appearing before this court for the change of plea proceeding,” Judge Paul Crotty wrote in court papers, obtained by BOSSIP.

Stevie J Released From Rehab To Appear In $1.1 Million Child Support Case





The feds accused Stevie of not paying the court-ordered $8,557 a month for his son and daughter for several years, and as of 2014, they said he owed $1,107,412. He pled innocence, and has been out on bail since last year.

Stevie has told BOSSIP the case was “bulls**t,” insisting he was a good father to the kids and provided them with everything they need. But recently, prosecutors said he repeatedly violated the terms of his bail by testing positive for drugs. The “Mo Money Mo Problems” producer later admitted to reporters that he sniffed cocaine twice earlier this year.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams