Earlier this week, we reported that a judge had awarded Stevie J. primary custody of Bonnie Bella, the two-year-old daughter he shares with Joseline Hernandez. At the time, we shared that the decision wasn’t final.
What we didn’t know is that it would be reversed so quickly.
According to our sister site Bossip, Georgia family court judge Roslyn Holcomb granted temporary custody of Bonnie Bella to Joseline so that the girl can continue her “schooling” where she began it, living with her mother in Miami.
Under the new agreement, obtained by Bossip, Stevie will have custody of Bonnie from Thursday to Monday. He will not have to pay Joseline $1,000 in child support every month.
The judge’s new order will remain in affect until February 2020, when the parents will return to court.
Joseline and Stevie had to be in court after he sued her earlier this year, claiming that she intentionally cut him out of his daughter’s life, living in Miami with another man. He also stated that he was more mentally and financially capable of caring for Bonnie. He asked the judge to force Joseline to pay child support.
Over the summer, a warrant was issued for her arrest when she took Bonnie out of school to go to L.A. when he was supposed to have parenting time.
During the 2020 court date, the judge may or may not make a final custody judgement.