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At this point the never-ending drama between Stevie J. and Joseline Hernandez is so outrageous it’s best to just brace yourself for anything.

In the latest development of the Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta stars, Stevie J. has officially served Joseline with a restraining order.

For months now, there have been accusations flying between the two that include everything from cheating and watching gay porn, to cocaine addiction and, most disturbingly, child molestation. The bulk of these accusations have come from the Puerto Rican diva, who seems to be on a mission to discredit her ex and destroy his reputation by any means necessary.

In an attempt to silence her and avoid any sort of confrontation, it’s being reported that Stevie J. officially filed a restraining order against Joseline, according to court documents.

TMZ reports:

“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Stevie J. says Joseline Hernandez is out to ruin his character, and calls her allegations he molested his 6-year-old daughter … a sick attempt at revenge. Joseline posted a message to Twitter earlier this month, claiming Stevie had molested the daughter he shares with Mimi Faust for years.

Stevie remained quiet about the claim until Wednesday when he filed for, and was granted, a temporary restraining order against Hernandez. In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Stevie calls Joseline volatile, jealous and says she’s filled with an evil sense of revenge after their nasty split. The order says Joseline must stay at least 200 yards away from Stevie, but she can still pick up her Rolex and diamond ring from his house … as long as the cops come too.

Hopefully this will put an end to the back and forth between these this pair or at least prevent something truly devastating from happening in the future. However, with a new restraining order in place, it should be interesting to see how Stevie J. and Joseline will film the upcoming reunion.


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