Stevie J and Mona Scott-Young*Mona Scott-Young may have done her good deed for the day with bailing Stevie J out of jail, but apparently the “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” executive producer is catching a lot of drama related to Stevie’s child support issues.

According to theurbandaily.com, Scott-Young is accused of lying about Stevie J’s finances in an effort to keep him from paying child support. The music producer was recently arrested for failing to pay more than $1 million in back child support to one of his baby mamas, Carol Antoinette Bennett. As soon as he went in, Scott-Young immediately bailed Stevie J out.

Scott-Young’s connection to the Stevie J case goes all the way back to April, when she was subpoenaed by Project Child Support to determine the exact state of Stevie’s finances so things could be set in motion for him to start paying back the $1 million child support. Others subpoenaed include with Bad Boy Records, Joseline Hernandez, Sony Music Group, Viacom, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, The Kompany, Raymond “Benzino” Scott and Monami Entertainment.

Project Child Support is a group that helps mothers retrieve back child support from the fathers. The organization accuses Scott-Young of being a liar in relation to Stevie J. The accusation stems from the reality TV show exec’s response to the subpoena. In her response, Scott-Young stated that she and Monami Entertainment have never employed, subcontracted, or contracted Stevie J’s services for anything.

“I don’t understand how an Executive Producer of a hit television reality series does not enter into any agreements with the cast or any organizations contracted with the cast of a television production,” Project Child Support founder Kai D. Patterson said about Scott-Young’s response. “This is a felony child support evasion case, and helping someone commit a felony crime is a felony crime. We are going to cooperate with the federal agencies investigating this case and provide them with copies of all documents we received that are related to this case, including Mona Scott’s court ordered subpoena response.”