Another marriage bites the dust in Hollywood.
Although she just wished her husband a happy Valentines Day forever and ever on Instagram, Eva Marcille, 38, has filed for divorce from her husband, after 5-years-of marriage..
According to the court documents filed on March 23, 2023, in the Superior Court of Fulton County, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille filed for divorce from her husband, Michael Sterling, 41. In the paperwork Eva cited her marriage as being “irretrievably broken.”
TMZ reports that Marcille didn’t specify any reason for the divorce in the paperwork but is asking for primary physical custody, child support, and an even spilt of their assets, given she has three minor children under the age of 10; Michael Sterling Jr, Maverick Sterling, and Marley Sterling. She also declared there was no possibility of reconciliation.
The divorce news shocked fans, as the couple seemed to be doing fine.
The Sterlings got engaged in December 2017 and exchanged wedding vows on October 7, 2018.
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Eva says she should be the parent who has the final say on all decisions related to their kids, as she feels she’s the fit and proper caregiver.
When it comes to assets, Eva says she wants an equitable split of everything they’ve acquired in the marriage and any debts they’ve racked up.
Eva was previously linked up to singer Kevin McCall whom she accused of violently abusing her after she got pregnant with his daughter Marley. They broke up in 2015 and Kevin’s music career went brick.
This is very unfortunate to hear another union come to an end. We send our prayers to both Eva and her soon to be ex husband.
These stories make you wonder why so many marriages fall apart. We are constantly preaching to women to become better women, but perhaps certain men should work on themselves to become better men in order to accommodate the high value women they are attracted to.
Perhaps that is the only way to have healthy, long-lasting relationships. That and actually seeking therapy and counseling when the problems first begin, instead of letting it linger and throwing each other away.