In the latest chapter of Jeezy and Jeannie Mai Jenkins’ divorce drama, she is denying gatekeeping their daughter Monaco, but she is raising safety concerns over the rapper’s firearms.
In November Jeezy, whose real name is Jay Jenkins, filed court documents in Fulton County saying that he and Jeannie Mai had “agreed upon a visitation schedule through the end of 2023.”
But, he stated the situation was “becoming increasingly less feasible.”
In a new court filing, Jeannie Mai Jenkins denied her estranged husband’s claims that she is keeping their 23-month-old daughter from spending time with him.
But, Jeannie Mai made sure to express her safety concerns regarding Jeezy’s firearms, which she claims he has left unsecured in the past.
The filing read, “It is essential to clarify that Ms. Jenkins’ insistence on reasonable safety measures being put in place, such as safely securing and locking away all firearms that have been unsecured in the past, as well as having familiarity and properly trained caregivers is absolutely not gatekeeping, but rather a responsible effort to prioritize their daughter’s well-being.”
“These requests are grounded in Ms. Jenkins’ genuine concern for the parties’ daughter’s safety and security, especially when under the care of others and traveling across the country, and are reasonable protective measures, not an attempt to restrict Mr. Jenkins’ access to their daughter,” it continues.
In his filing, Jeezy stated he and Jeannie Mai were “currently living in a bona fide state of separation,” and that their marriage was “irretrievably broken” with “no hope for reconciliation.”
Jeannie Mai says she was blindsided by the divorce filing.
During an appearance on the “Jennifer Hudson Show,” she said that she found out about the filing “at the same time as the rest of the world.”
Jeezy is calling CAP.
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