As Stevie J’s divorce against R&B songstress Faith Evans appears to continue, Kimia Klein, the reality TV personality’s divorce lawyer, has recently filed a motion, asking a court to remove her as Stevie J’s legal counsel, Radar Online reported.
According to the news outlet, Klein revealed that the two experienced an “irremediable breakdown,” saying, “There has been an irremediable breakdown in the attorney-client relationship such that a genuine conflict has arisen between Fox and Steven. Despite several attempts by my office to informally resolve the issues with Steven, we have been unsuccessful in resolving the issues.”
— Radar Online (@radar_online) December 31, 2021
Klein went on to say that even her colleagues are unable to work with the hip-hop producer as a client, reportedly adding, “I feel compelled to articulate that the relationship has broken down sufficiently so that my colleagues and I cannot continue to represent Steven, and that conflicts have risen.”
As Sister 2 Sister previously reported, Stevie J filed for divorce against Evans in early November 2021 after being married for only three years. Around the same time, a surfaced video reportedly showed the pair amid a harsh argument, with the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star accusing Evans of being unfaithful.
The “Soon as I Get Home” singer was arrested in May 2020 after police were called over to the estranged couple’s home and allegedly saw scratches on the record producer’s face. She was able to post bond on the same day.
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