Just a couple weeks ago, Stevie J blasted his ex, Joseline, for not letting him see their daughter, Bonnie Bella. Stevie has taken further action by filing court papers, requesting full custody of their three-year-old. Bossip reports that Stevie is accusing Joseline of purposely cutting Bonnie out of his life since she moved to Miami with Bonnie to live with another guy.  

Stevie is accusing Joseline of “parental alienation” and claims she doesn't even let him speak to Bonnie on the phone or share updates on her life, academic happenings or anything. Although there's no stated reason why, Stevie's documents detail how he's worried for Bonnie's safety and wants to appoint a "guardian ad litem” who will seek out Bonnie's best interests and report it to a judge. 

Stevie claims he's more financially and mentally stable to care for his daughter since he's married to Faith Evans. He calls on his family, adult children and extended family as great resources for his daughter's well being. 


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Stevie and Joseline have both done their fair share of dragging each other on social media. Previously, Joseline clapped back about Stevie claiming he hadn't contacted Bonnie in a year.

"And not to mention he has not seen Bonnie Bella for one year. Faith Evans pays her child support. And he did not even buy anything or call for Bonnie Bella for her birthday. But maybe one day he will change. I'm keeping my hopes up. Every kid needs their parents. But I'm like this. Thanks for the nut," Joseline wrote. 

A judge has yet to rule on Stevie's request.