“Love & Hip Hop” stars Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J. appear to have ended their nasty custody battle, with the exes able to hang in the same room … even with their new partners.
Joseline posted a photo of backstage with Stevie, his wife Faith Evans and Joseline’s boyfriend DJ Ballistic. Also in the photo was Joseline and Stevie’s daughter, Bonnie Bella Jordan. The foursome look happy and are posing for the photo together.
She captioned the photo, “Amazing show tonight #FaithEvans #StevieJ
As Jay-Z has said, “… Nobody wins when the family feuds.”
Joseline’s warm post comes only weeks after Joseline had an arrest warrant issued for her arrest, as part of their custody case.
Stevie had accused Joseline of refusing to let him see their daughter on a scheduled date. He rushed to court demanding a judge arrest Joseline for violating their deal.
The judge sided with Stevie and issued an arrest warrant and also took away custody of their daughter from Joseline.
Joseline fought back, saying the court and Stevie knew she was in California working and couldn’t physically be in court. She claims despite knowing this, the judge heard Stevie and issued the arrest warrant.
She denied Stevie’s allegations that she continues to refuse to let him have visitation time.
Stevie and Joseline have been battling in court for the past several months over custody of their 2-year-old daughter.
He has previously accused Joseline of violating the terms of their 2018 custody deal and wanted her found in contempt of court.
Stevie claimed that she had consistently “prohibited regular visitation and parenting time” between his daughter and him.
He claimed Joseline got a second home in Miami since 2018. They had lived in Georgia together prior to her moving. Stevie said he had to travel five times to Florida to see his kid and was denied access each time. He accused her of willfully and intentionally preventing him from seeing her.
Back in 2018, Stevie J. and Joseline were able to reach a settlement over custody and support.
Stevie was to pay Joseline a total of $1,000 a month in child support. That amount was based on his stated $30,000 a month income.
Joseline also listed her monthly income as $30,000 at the time. She was awarded primary physical custody while they shared joint legal custody.