Above: Bethenny Frankel and daughter Bryn show their Halloween spirit in candy themed costumes. Bethenny threw a Halloween costume party for Bryn and her friends and even had a pink stretch limo drive them to the party.
Forget about riding the Stevie J. bus–theLove & Hip Hop: Atlanta star may want to look into driving one! He's going to need the extra cash to pay the massive (and I mean MASSIVE!) amounts of child support that he allegedly owes.
I will hand it to Stevie, the man likes to go big or go home. This time, he's totally out done himself as his child support debt is described to be one of historical (yes, you read that correctly!) proportions. We've all seen the precious daughter Stevie shares with "maid" for drama co-star Mimi Faust, but he has four other children with additional women. Carol Bennett is a former girlfriend of Stevie's, and the mother of two of his children. You won't believe how much money he's said to owe her!
As the show starts, Deitrick is hanging out at the playground with his future mother-in-law and he shares the big news that he's bought a house. And not just any house–this casa has six bedrooms and seven baths (when can I move in?), but he promises not to shack up. Deitrick will wait until after the "I dos" before moving in Dominique and his daughter. Meanwhile, Ron is struggling with his sister Shaun's heroin addiction. He feels responsible for her fate due to his past drug problems, and he calls his family together in an attempt to save his sister. Ron knows he has the Lord on his side, but to get his sister out of the crack house, he's going to need the law as well.
Well, looky here! Clarence is biffles with P. Diddy's personal umbrella holder! He welcomes Farnsworth into his ginormous compound and compliments him on having as much swag as the bishop himself. Farnsworth and his wife have brought their new daughter to meet Clarence, and we learn that they are part of his congregation. Remind me why these men are dressed as twins? Clarence and Farnsworth talk about the hardships of fatherhood. It's not easy having to fly six hours first class to spend time with your family, and don't even get Clarence started on the people who are jealous of how successful his ministry has become. Thank God (no really) for security detail! Clarence reveals that his body guards have never had to deal with issues of this magnitude with the most A-list of celebrities, He seems very proud of this fact.