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Stevie J’s Million-Dollar Child Support Case: Diddy, Benzino & Mona Scott Young Subpoenaed!

April 2nd, 2014

Stevie J's Child Support Court Drama

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Stevie J’s ongoing child support battle against baby momma Bennett has reportedly turned into a star-studded court case! Don’t believe me.. Just ask Diddy!

Based on a reported “effort to determine Stevie J’s true financial standing,” sources say Project Child Support subpoenaed a group of entertainment entities, previously and currently connected to Stevie J.

“Project Child Support is trying to seize any royalties due Stevie J to satisfy his child support obligations.”

You’ll recall.. back in February, Carol Bennett — mother of two of Stevie J’s kids — smacked the music producer/reality star with a subpoena after he reportedly “fell behind $1million in child support.”

Here’s the latest:

“Project Child Support subpoenaed Bad Boy Records, Joseline Hernandez, Sony Music Group, VH1 Entertainment, Warner Music Group, Viacom, Universal Music, Raymond ‘Benzino’ Scott, The Kompany, and Mons Scott-Young and Monami Entertainment.”




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44 Comments on "Stevie J’s Million-Dollar Child Support Case: Diddy, Benzino & Mona Scott Young Subpoenaed!"


Say Cheese
April 3, 2014

Good. There are too many men getting away with not helping to take care of their children.

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scorpiogirl
April 3, 2014

Child Support, The Dept of Education, and IRS are the heavy weights. If you owe them money they will garnish your wages and subpoena anyone that is connected to you. It is not a game. Stevie J blew and tricked all his money instead of taking care of his business and it’s catching up with him. Good luck Steebie

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Anonymous
April 3, 2014

What if the mother never filed for child support and the child is now grown?

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Anonymous Reply:

It depends on the county rules where you reside , but child support does not end when a child turns 18. Age 21 is considered the age of majority , so if the child is under that way you may still get current support, particularly if they are in some sort of educational program. Also children who have health , emotional/mental issues, or are special needs may not be considered to be in their majority even if they are in their late teens or early twenties. It’s very individual and the judge or magistrate who hears the case usually makes a determination based on the totality of the circumstances. Make an appointment at your county office and see if its worth your effort.

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Anonymous
April 3, 2014

It depends on the county rules where you reside , but child support does not end when a child turns 18. Age 21 is considered the age of majority , so if the child is under that way you may still get current support, particularly if they are in some sort of educational program. Also children who have health , emotional/mental issues, or are special needs may not be considered to be in their majority even if they are in their late teens or early twenties. It’s very individual and the judge or magistrate who hears the case usually makes a determination based on the totality of the circumstances. Make an appointment at your county office and see if its worth your effort.

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Anonymous
April 2, 2014

Stevie J need to go sit his poo azz down u on a reality show making no damn $ his kids kno he ain’t got shidd but a limp dic lol

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Anonymous
April 2, 2014

Dude is wack. who gives a shit

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