The problems faced by Stevie J are far from over as in the season 5 finale of Love And Hip Hop Atlanta, the woman who claims to be the mother of his daughter may well come up with proof of the child being his. In the previous episode, the record producer went to his ex-girlfriend Mimi Faust for help and confessed that he never fathered another child.

However, the promo released by VH1 reveals that the woman will come with proof to make her case stronger. It will be interesting to see how Mini will extend her support to her former boyfriend.

But this is not the only issue that would bother Stevie. The 44-year-old record producer's fight with Joseline Hernandez is set to add more drama to the show.

The finale will see numerous secrets come out of the closet. The self-proclaimed Puerto Rican Princess has already threatened to expose Stevie on national television and the synopsis also hints at some explosive revelations.

Check out the description of episode 11 below:

Scrapp faces his sentencing as his loved ones reflect on their future. Mimi and Stevie take a road trip to uncover the truth. Joseline makes a big confession. D. Smith and Scrappy face-off after his insensitive social media post.

Elsewhere in Atlanta, Scrapp DeLeon will be preparing himself for court proceedings and his family would show their love and support for Tommie's boyfriend.

The episode would also show another fight between D Smith and Deb Antney – Tammy Rivera's mother. The reality TV star slammed D Smith's homophobic comments and it appears that more drama will unravel between the two during the season 5 finale.

"I'm around plenty of trans people that don't have the behavior that D. Smith has, at all. They don't think the way D. Smith thinks. So am I gonna sit there and look at all transgender people the same way that I'm looking at D. Smith? Hell, no. D. Smith is [her] own individual, an a—hole," the record producer told the network's website.

Love And Hip Hop Atlanta season 5 episode 11 will air on Monday (20 June) at 8/7C in the US on VH1.