Hours after “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” aired Sunday, Eva Marcille’s ex-boyfriend Kevin McCall put her on blast over her stalking allegations.
The first-season peach holder levied the claims after she was forced to address rumors surrounding her finances on the March 24 episode. Among the allegations alleged by her former bestie and bridesmaid Seannita Parmer are the notion that Marcille and her husband Michael Sterling have bad credit and that the home they’re renting is not in their name. Questions have also swirled about why Marcille has moved so often, including another planned move days after arriving home from her honeymoon.
Marcille told pal Nene Leakes that she has had to get protective orders against her ex and explained she and Sterling have had to use aliases with their addresses. She also claimed the FBI has gotten involved.
“I still feel a sense of threat,” Marcille said to her cast mates at the soft opening of Kandi Burruss’ Old Lady Gang restaurant in Camp Creek. “I have had to move five times, and I still feel a sense of uneasiness. He’s just so petty sometimes. I’ve walked outside of my balcony before, and he’s been standing in the dark. And it is the scariest feeling ever. Every time I move, he finds me. Because of that, I live in multiple places. Safety is a priority for me.”
McCall, who has previously gotten into virtual battles with Marcille over their daughter, Marley, didn’t take the allegations lightly. He took to Twitter in the early hours of Monday, March 25, to dismiss Marcille’s allegations as “lies” by retweeting remarks in support of him.
“Trust me I’m not perfect I had anger issues! I’ve completed Anger management to deal with being alienating my children & how to stop playing the victim so that i can control my situation and the overall outcome. My entire Family misses the girls (have Empathy for them at-least),” he tweeted in response to someone who asked if the star “made all that up.”
“Show me the Eva Marcille documents Im(I’ll WAIT) its public knowledge right?” he tweeted in response to a since-deleted tweet seeming to remark on the restraining orders. “Let’s start posting my records with these violent claims if you can do that Then You can mute me like R. kelly But I’m starting to feel We both victims of a modern witchHunt (and Niggaz is the witches).”
He then added, “It’s sad when she gotta keep using my name for her story line, if I was the husband I would be like ‘Real hoe of Atlanta is you out your mind, or is you still obsessed with your child’s Father? Why is he in our story line so much ain’t I enuff headline for our relationship?’ ”
That wasn’t all. McCall also took aim at the financial woes Sterling and Marcille allegedly have, which was first brought to light on the show by Marlo Hampton when she spread Parmer’s claims.
“That rent due and ole boy ain’t winning no elections so the money funny tag me in when yal ready I’ll wait…I can bail the whole family out ‘again’ but pride comes before the fall too much pride and ego (and lies) that’s the worst part the compulsive lying – it’s gross $ ”
Marcille has not responded to her ex’s tweets directly but her recent Instagram post appears to take the high road amid all the gossip.
“I’m thankful for my struggle because without it I wouldn’t have stumbled across my strength,” it read.