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Topic - Stevie B
A Massachusetts judge has given singer Stevie B more time to dispute $400,000 in child support the state says he owes.
In stories Oct. 2 and Oct. 3, The Associated Press, relying on information from The Republican newspaper of Springfield, Mass., erroneously reported that singer Stevie B was hauled off stage during a concert at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, Mass., and arrested for failure to pay child support. Police said he was arrested after his show, as he was leaving the arena.
Singer Stevie B disputes a claim he owes more than $400,000 in child support but says he's "moving forward" after being arrested and spending several days in jail.
A singer known for his 1990 chart-topping love song has agreed to pay more than $400,000 in child support after he was hauled off a Massachusetts stage and arrested.
Police say a singer known for his 1990 chart-topping love song was hauled off a Massachusetts stage and arrested on charges of owing $420,000 in unpaid child support.
Stevie B, who lives in Las Vegas, said everything was going to work out "great."
"I'm looking forward to the future and just a wonderful relationship with my beautiful daughters," he said.