Judge Grants Stevie J. Primary Custody Of Bonnie Bella Throughout 2020
Stevie J. will remain the primary custodian of the daughter he shares with Joseline Hernandez, Bonnie Bella.
According to our sister site Bossip, a family court judge in Georgia has postponed the status hearing on the former couple’s custody case for another four months. Court papers obtained by Bossip state that a judge has ordered that Stevie and Joseline attend mediation to settle the matter.
In the meantime, Stevie will maintain custody of nearly 3-year-old Bonnie Bella. Joseline has been granted visitation. Stevie no longer has to pay Hernandez $1,000 a month in child support. Each parent is responsible for the costs of Bonnie Bella’s care when she is in their custody.
Stevie was granted custody earlier this year after he sued Joseline, arguing that she’d cut him out of his daughter’s life while she was living in Miami with a new boyfriend. Stevie argued that he was more mentally and financially capable of caring for Bonnie. He asked that Joseline pay him child support instead.
Joseline denied keeping Bonnie away from him, saying she was doing the best she could to raise their daughter.
The judge will make a final judgment in February 2020, when the two are due back in court.
This past September Joseline took to her Instagram page to refute claims that Stevie was granted primary custody of Bonnie.
Perhaps these two have worked out an agreement outside of the court…