Recently, we reported that Joseline Hernandez had been granted primary physical custody of her three-year-old daughter Bonnie Bella, whom she shares with producer and reality tv star Steven Jordan (Stevie J.)
The ruling is temporary though and will be revisited in 2020.
According to court documents obtained by Bossip, in the meantime, to ensure that Bonnie Bella’s best interests are met, a Georgia family court judge, Judge Roselyn Holcomb appointed a guardian to support Bonnie Bella.
The guardian Cherese Clark-Wilson will help the judge decide on a permanent custodial and parenting plan for all the people involved.
As a guardian, Clark-Wilson will have the power to review medical records and interview mental health professionals treating either parent. She’ll also have the power to order that Stevie or Joseline undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Both Stevie and Joseline will share the $3,500 cost of hiring Clark-Wilson.
The custody battle between the two was spawned after Stevie accused Joseline of moving to Miami, away from his home in Atlanta, in an attempt to keep their daughter away from him.
Before Joseline was granted temporary custody, it was briefly given to Stevie J. and then returned to Hernandez.