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Stevie J and son escorted off Delta flight allegedly for attempting to board with alcohol

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Stevie J and his son, Stevie II, were escorted off of a Delta flight Friday for allegedly attempting to bring alcohol on the plane after being warned it was illegal.

According to TMZFaith Evans‘ estranged husband was booked on a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta, and a Delta staff member instructed them to dispose of the alcohol before boarding. Stevie J, whose birth name is Steven Aaron Jordan, insisted that he and his son threw away their cups as instructed. The reality star added that the confrontation was racially motivated, and he is considering legal action. Stevie and his son were not arrested, and they did eventually arrive in the A-T-L to celebrate the birthday of Stevie’s daughter.

Stevie filed for divorce from Evans on November 8 at Los Angeles County Superior Court.

As previously reported, Faith recently asked a judge to deny Stevie’s request for spousal assistance. Faith is also seeking to retain “all property acquired before marriage, by gifts, inheritance, or ingenuity, and after the date of separation,” according to The Blast. In court documents, Evans states that she and Jordan have been officially separated since May 29, 2020, while Stevie J’s filing states the date is October 19, 2021.

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