We exclusively revealed that Mahi filed motions for contempt against Jeezy for allegedly failing to pay her child support, failing to obtain life insurance for their daughter, failing to obtain a vehicle for her that was part of their settlement and failing to enroll in a co-parenting app for their communications. Jeezy denied Mahi’s allegations and said she’d only filed the motion to get back at him for getting engaged to Mai.
Mahi also addressed Jeezy’s court contention that she has a full-time nanny and that she’d kept their daughter away from him or his side of the family. The mom said she does not have a full-time carer for their daughter, and that she’d always make sure that Jeezy could see the daughter whenever he wanted – and often with less than 24 hours notice.
Mahi said she’d been the one to facilitate a relationship between Jeezy’s father and the girl, driving up to 70 miles one way so that they could spend time together. Mahi said she also tried to foster contact between the girl and Jeezy’s adult son, but Jeezy worked to prevent them from having a relationship.
In his court filing, Jeezy said that he’d bought Mahi a $100,000 Range Rover, but said she totaled it. He also alleged that he complied with a court order to purchase Mahi a new car up to $30,000, but Mahi wanted a car that cost more than that and wanted him to pay for it in a way that was inconsistent with the judge’s order.
However, Mahi said that Jeezy just let her drive the SUV, but kept the title in his name. When the vehicle was totaled – through no fault of her own – Jeezy kept the insurance money and Mahi spent five months shuttling their daughter around in rental cars before he eventually agreed to purchase a car for her by paying the dealer directly – something he’d initially refused to do, she said in court papers.
A judge has yet to rule on the case. Both sides are due back in court later this month.
We’ve reached out to Jeezy’s lawyer for comment. So far, we haven’t heard back.