Flip and find out why Penthouse Pets Could Land Stevie J In The Big House, this according to Manhattan U.S. attorney Preet Bharara…
Filming starts in March with Stevie J, his baby mama, Mimi Faust, and Rick Ross’ ex and model Brit Eady along for the ride as his “pet wranglers.”
Stevie his work cut out for him with “Penthouse Pets,” (working title), the longtime pet name for the mag’s XXX models. Stevie J is notably excited about his new reality series. We’re told each episode will hold auditions in a new city with Las Vegas, NYC, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago, Houston, Toronto and L.A. The new series will be heading to VH1 per Monami Productions which is part of Sleasos multi-reality series deal.
The only problem is Stevie’s new series may give him a one way ticket to prison if Manhattan U.S. attorney Preet Bharara gets his way. Preet Bharara is known for his no-nonsense approach to prosecuting gangsters, criminals and terrorists in New York. And his next big-ticket item on the menu is Stevie J.
You could say he has a HUGE hard on to take Steven Jordan down! Bharara has gone after hip hop artists, targeting James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, DMX and even a kingpin, linked to Jay Z who was accused of nine murders.
Well, Stevie J, is millions of dollars behind in back child support. Plus, Bharara recently filed documents seeking to send Stevie J to the slammer, for allegedly ignoring court-ordered payments. Not only that, Stevie J keeps offending the court, by failing multiple drug tests.
The hit making producer also owe money to his ex, Carol Bennett. You know the former music-industry executive who crafted hits for artists like 112, Babyface, New Edition, KRS-One, Jay Z.
Like his friend Biggie said, “Mo Money, Mo Problems.”
Well, Manhattan U.S. attorney Preet Bharara and Bennett are suing Stevie under the 1992 Child Support Recovery Act. Which basically means it’s illegal for someone to leave any state in the U.S. – especially the person owes more than $10,000 worth of child support, for over two years.
This means Jordan’s new reality show entitled “Penthouse Pets” could land him in the big house if he leaves the state of Georgia. Unless he pays all of his back child support and cleans up, drug wise.
Stevie J is now facing at least six months in prison.