During season 11 of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” fans were surprised to learn Eva Marcille fears for her safety amid ongoing custodial friction with her ex, music producer Kevin McCall. So much so that she is constantly finding new places to live.
Marcille’s real-life concerns made it even more shocking to fans when the newly married model posted on Instagram that she and her husband said “yes” to a new home.
She captioned the photo, “When God says Yes! #Blessed #TheSterlings #WeAintGotIt.
The post was peppered with comments such as “Yassss,” “Bravo” “Perfect,” and “Congratulations sis!” There was even a, “Let’em know Eva!” and a “Shut the haters up,” found in comments under her post.
Others left comments wondering if the mother of two still had to constantly look over her shoulder in fear of being stalked by her ex.
“But I thought you didn’t want your ‘donor’ to know where you … nevermind.”
“Huh congratulations but what happened to hiding from the donor?”
“Exactly what I was thinking. He definitely seems dangerous. And he can now locate her as a homebuyer.”
McCall, who was thrust into the limelight with a feature on Chris Brown’s hit song “Deuces,” has had more run-ins with police and social media meltdowns than moments with his and Eva’s daughter, 5–year-old Marley Rae Sterling, whose last name was changed this year from McCall to that of the child’s stepfather, Marcille’s attorney husband Michael Sterling.
On Nov. 5 McCall was arrested in Atlanta at a Fulton County courts building ahead of child custody hearing. McCall was live-streaming inside, which is only allowed with written permission, when he refused a deputy’s orders to put the phone away. “You going to have to get her to me. Marley, your daddy finna get you baby. … I love you,” said McCall to the camera.
Surveillance footage of the incident even shows the singer take a tumble down an escalator with a deptuy. He was held on a $11,000 bond, and needless to say, didn’t get to see his daughter.