Joy Bounds Claimed The Singer Was Negatively Affecting Their Sons
A judge has tossed Lyfe Jennings’ baby mama‘s legal battle over her claims that he shirked his support obligations and negatively interfered in their kids’ religious upbringing.
A Georgia judge threw out Joy Bounds’ contempt suit because the mother didn’t show any evidence to back up her claims.
Bounds, the mother of two of his children, filed a petition for contempt in Cobb County Superior Court recently. The two battled it out in court over custody and support years ago, with a final order being entered into their case back in 2009.
A judge awarded Bounds primary physical AND legal custody of their kids. She was granted the power to make all important life decisions for their sons. The singer was awarded only visitation in the order. He was also ordered to pay $4,000 a month in child support.
However, since the order was entered Bounds said Lyfe has made her life hell by refusing to abide with their court order by provide proof of life insurance, not paying his kid’s medical expenses, along with negatively intervening in the kids’ religious teachings and has messed with their emotional and mental health.
She sued, demanding Lyfe be found in contempt of court for violating the 2009 order and wanted the judge to order him to comply ASAP.