Stevie J Will Keep Primary Custody Of Daughter He Shares With Joseline Hernandez Until Early 2020
Stevie J, who had the child with his ex Joseline Hernandez in 2016 has been going back and forth with Hernandez about custody all year. According to the site, a Georgia family court judge has now ruled in the music producer’s favor for now.
While it was previously reported that Stevie J was granted primary custody in September, the judge postponed a status hearing for four months and told the former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta stars to go to mediation to reach an agreement. They are scheduled to return to court in February 2020.
In the meantime, Stevie will have custody of the child, and Hernandez will have visitation.
Stevie also won’t have to pay $1,000 a month in child support. Both parents will cover the child’s needs when she’s with them.
Stevie previously took Hernandez to court, accusing her of ghosting him while she played house with her boyfriend in Miami. He told a judge that he was more mentally and financially stable to keep the child, and requested the judge order Hernandez to pay child support.
It looks like they’ve been able to get through their drama. Back in August, Stevie J saluted Hernandez, his wife Faith Evans and Mimi Faust, the mother of his daughter Eva. And Hernandez returned the love.
She was also spotted in his Instagram photo a couple of weeks earlier.
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