Faith Evans attends the premiere of the Netflix original series Marvel's "Luke Cage" season two at The Edison Ballroom on Thursday, June 21, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)
Faith Evans attends the premiere of the Netflix original series Marvel's "Luke Cage" season two at The Edison Ballroom on Thursday, June 21, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

Faith Evans arrested for allegedly attacking her husband Stevie J

By Bang Showbiz Time of article published Jun 1, 2020

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Faith Evans was arrested after police were called to a fight between herself and husband Stevie J.

The 46-year-old singer was taken into custody after police were called to the Los Angeles home she shares with Stevie J. at around 1am a few days ago.

According to TMZ, the couple had got into a heated argument, which eventually turned violent and when cops arrived, they noticed visible marks and scratches on Stevie's face.

Faith was arrested and booked for felony domestic violence, and released on bond later that day.

Last Wednesday, the producer - who married Faith in July 2018 - shared a cryptic post on Instagram about pain.

It read: "Pain doesn't just show up in our lives for no reason.

"It's a sign that something in out lives needs to be changed."

Almost a year ago, the 'Soon as I Get Home' singer and her husband sparked speculation their marriage was in trouble after they unfollowed one another on social media.

At the time, Stevie shared a string of cryptic tweets, adding further fuel to the gossip.

They included: "Drunk people always speak their truth", "Ones insecurities can damage them", "All that glitters ain't gold" and "Cherish what you love just know nothing will last forever."

Faith - who was previously married to the late Notorious B.I.G. - has four children from three past relationships, including son Christopher with Biggie, while Stevie has six kids with five different women.

They have no children together.

The "Tears of Joy" singer was previously arrested in 2004 for cocaine and marijuana possession and again for drunk driving in 2010.

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