Lil Kim Accuses Daughter’s Father Of Abuse
The child custody battle between Kimberly “Lil Kim” Jones and her ex-boyfriend Jeremy “Mr. Papers” Neil has taken an unexpected turn. According to our sister publication, Bossip, the legendary rapper has filed court documents accusing her daughter’s father of domestic violence. The explosive allegations were made after Jones pulled a no-show for a court hearing earlier this month, during which she and Neil, 27, were expected to come to some sort of custodial agreement concerning 1-year-old Royal Reign Jones Neil.
“She’s playing really dirty now with the domestic situation,” said Neil’s publicist Tasha Hilton. “There has never been any domestic violence.”
Reportedly, Neil has been fighting to see the infant since he and Jones, 41, parted ways over cheating allegations when she was 2 months old.
“They had a lot of challenges with regard to being faithful and infidelity,” Hilton said.
Last month, he filed for visitation. He requested to spend one day per week with his daughter, and even agreed to have a court-approved monitor sit in during the visits.
“He’s not trying to take custody, he’s not trying to take her,” Hilton said. “He is literally just trying to see her. He’s been trying to do it very quietly.”
“He doesn’t want his daughter to grow up and think her father didn’t care about her,” she continued. “The one thing that does matter to him is having his daughter in his life.”
The former couple is scheduled to appear before a New Jersey judge later this week concerning the domestic violence allegations.