Pastor Jamal Bryant is begging the powers that be to not send him to jail over his baby mama’s accusations — and not the powers in heaven.
According to The Jasmine Brand, LaToya Odom is accusing him of not providing her with his address for their son’s medical card and he is periodically late on his payments to her. LaToya is seeking to have the pastor thrown in jail for contempt.
However, Bryant is denying that he blew off a court order and is demanding that she cover his legal bills for having to defend himself. Although he didn’t give an explanation as to why he’s been late with his payments, Bryant is pleading with the judge not to throw him in jail for contempt, saying he did not disobey the court order. Odom says she wants a revised court order to make sure he pays on time.
The pastor is currently dating singer Tweet, see the post below:
Things are pretty messy, saints. We’ll see if Bryant gets thrown in jail. Fix it, Jesus!
20 Pictures That Show The Powerful Resilience Of Charleston’s Mother Emanuel AME Church
1. Mother Emanuel AME Church held its first service since the shooting death of nine African-American church members on June 17.Source:Getty 1 of 19
2. People line up to enter for Sunday service at the Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 2 of 19
3. Two children wait to enter the Emanuel AME Church June 21, 2015 in Charleston, South Carolina.Source:Getty 3 of 19
4. A member of the church is seen outside of Emanuel AME before its first service since the Charleston shooting.Source:Getty 4 of 19
5. A Charleston County sheriff’s deputy checks bags as people line up to enter for Sunday service at the Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 5 of 19
6. Gloria Moore watches the church as parishioners take their seats at the Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 6 of 19
7. A woman prays as she attends the Sunday service outside of the Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 7 of 19
8. People pray and listen to the Sunday service outside of the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.Source:Getty 8 of 19
9. Parishioners sit at Emanuel AME Church four days after a mass shooting that claimed the lives of its pastor and eight others.Source:Getty 9 of 19
10. The Rev. Norvel Goff, right, prays at the empty seat of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney.Source:Getty 10 of 19
11. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, R-S.C., embraces U.S. Sen Tim Scott, R-S.C., at Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 11 of 19
12. A parishioner prays at the empty seat of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney at the Emanuel AME Church.Source:Getty 12 of 19
13. A family is seen leaving Emanuel AME Church following Sunday services.Source:Getty 13 of 19
14. People embrace as they depart the Emanuel AME Church following Sunday services.Source:Getty 14 of 19
15. Church members comfort one another after Emanuel’s first service since the Charleston shooting.15 of 19
16. Church members comfort one another outside of Emanuel.Source:Alex Colby 16 of 19
17. A mother and son surround a memorial for the nine church members killed during the Charleston shooting.Source:Alex Colby 17 of 19
18. Charleston natives comfort each other during the church’s first service since the shooting on June 17.Source:Alex Colby 18 of 19
19. Activist DeRay McKesson is seen outside of Emanuel AME church.Source:Alex Colby 19 of 19