A child support case that involves VH1, Diddy, and a host of others? Well, what did you expect from one of the most historical child support suits in history?
Stevie J’s woes have apparently gotten larger with former employer Sean Combs, a.k.a. Diddy, and current boss Mona Scott-Young being subpoenaed to testify in court. Several media sources report that the courts have called on Diddy and Scott-Young to verify how much Stevie J earned while under their watch. The network, VH1 has also reportedly received a summons, as the courts would like to know how much Stevie has been bringing in as a reality star.
According to Project Child Support, the collection agency that pushed for the summons in the first place, “The subpoenas will enable us to file a petition with the Superior Court of the State of New York to have Mr. Jordan’s royalties seized should he not agree to the terms we present him to pay his unpaid child support.”
Carol Bennett told media and the courts that Stevie J owes her more than $1 million in unpaid child support a few months back. She and the reality star have two kids together, and Stevie J fathers five children in all.