Stevie J wants primary custody of his daughter with Joseline Hernandez. The music producer is accusing his ex of violating their parental agreement and purposely cutting him out of their daughter’s life.
Jordan said that Hernandez has blocked him from doing things like participating in the little girl’s academic life and she refuses to communicate with him about the girl’s development – even their Miami address, his court filing – which was obtained by BOSSIP – states.
Interestingly, Jordan also claimed that he fears for Bonnie’s safety and well being, and has asked the judge to appoint a “guardian ad litem” whose job is to represent Bonnie Bella’s best interests and eventually report their findings to the judge.
He says he is more financially and mentally stable to care for the little girl, and has a safe and loving home to raise Bonnie in with new wife, Faith Evans, his adult children and extended family, according to court documents.
Since welcoming their daughter Bonnie Bella in December of 2016, both Hernandez and Jordan have accused each other of child neglect.
More recently, Joseline accused Stevie of abandoning their daughter. “He has not seen Bonnie Bella for one year,” Joseline shared in March. “He did not even buy anything or call Bonnie Bella for her birthday,” she added. Hernandez remained hopeful that Stevie J would come around. “I’m keeping my hopes up,” she shared. “Every kid needs their parents.”
Last year, a judge awarded primary physical custody to Hernandez, with Stevie getting weekend visitation. Now Stevie is demanding primary full custody of Bonnie as well as child support.