Stevie J Fears Safety of Newborn Daughter While in Joseline’s Custody
theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Stevie J. has headed back to court in his legal battle with baby mama Joseline Hernandez, pleading with the judge due to his fear for his newborn daughters safety while with her mother.
Despite the pair being out together publicly, the producer and reality star filed docs recently in his paternity battle with Joseline, in which he accuses her of consistently exhibiting violent, erratic behavior towards him saying she physically assaulted him and damaged his property.
He explains he fears for the safety and well-being of his daughter when Joseline is watching her. Stevie claims Joseline has a history of embarking upon a campaign of harassment, stalking and violence against him. He points out the violent behavior was closely documented in footage that appeared on Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. Stevie says the violent tendencies increased during her pregnancy causing him to fear for the life of his child.
Stevie demands Joseline be ordered to undergo a psych exam, adding she can cover the cost due to her income.
He is also demanding Joseline hand over all documents and records pertaining to her gross income from 2014-2017, state her highest education level, all sources of her income from 2014, total amount of cash on hand, a list of her arrests within the past 10 years and records related to any treatment she received including psychiatric treatment or treatment of alcoholism or drug abuse. Also, he wants to know her net worth and what she is paid for TV and club appearances.
Further, he wants her to answer whether she has ever been diagnosed as having any mental or emotional disease. He also wants to know a full list of names of each individual she had sexual intercourse on May 1st, 2016.
Stevie also wants answers on whether Joseline has ever used any drugs including marijuana, methamphetamine or cocaine, along with the last date of use. He also wants to know if she ever checked into rehab for addiction issues.