“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” breakout star Stevie J. is way behind on his child support payments to his baby mama — so much so that the frustrated ex-girlfriend Carroll Bennett put him on full furnace blast in a press conference, telling the media that Stevie J owes more than one million dollars in unpaid child support.
Stevie J, born Steven Jordan, owes a total of $1,158,391 to Bennett for the two children they have together and over a course of 14 years. The man who loves to flash his thick stacks has only paid Bennett a total of $132,220.30, or about 10 percent.
Bennett’s representative, Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, exclusively tells Radar a voicemail was left by Stevie J. to his baby mama stating:
“What’s going on, uh I see all this press it’s going crazy and then I see something ’bout a press conference on October 31. I would ask you not to do a press conference…so let’s try to figure out what we doing, what’s goin’ on aight?”
But Bennett did the press conference in New York City anyway.
“My goal is not to incarcerate Stevie J.,” Bennett said during the conference. “My intent is to find a resolution and to co-parent with Stevie J. and that means emotionally and financially so that our children can receive the support that they deserve.”
An arrest warrant was issued for Stevie J. by the New York City Police Department three years ago because of back child support payments, but was later discharged, Radar reported.
Bennett hopes to use backing from Project Child Support (PCS) to get some of the funds Stevie J. may be earning as a cast member of LAHHATL. The organization is run by Kai D. Patterson, the CEO of Bounty Alert and founder of the Custodial Support Foundation.