‘LHHATL’ producers ask judge to film Stevie J, Joseline courtroom battle

Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez are headed to court over custody of their newborn child, and producers of 'Love & Hip-Hop' want in on the action.

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Stevie J and Joseline Hernandez are headed to court next month in the ongoing legal battle over their newborn child, and the producers of Love & Hip-Hop want in on the action.

According to theJasmineBrand.comNFGTV, the production company behind the show, has filed legal documentation requesting access to the courtroom when Stevie J and Joseline come to hash it out next month in a Georgia court of law.

The judge has not yet responded to the request from NFGTV.

Stevie J and Joseline have been feuding over the baby since Joseline requested a DNA test and sued not only for the cost of her medical expenses but also for child support and a parenting plan. However, Stevie J wanted to have physical custody and claimed that Joseline was abusing drugs while she was pregnant.

The two of them have been feuding back and forth, throwing accusations around, though Stevie J didn’t press for the drug test after their baby was born in December.