Eva Marcille's Husband Mike Sterling Dedicates Beautiful Post To Marley Rae After Kevin McCall Loses Custody Case

Eva Marcille's Husband Mike Sterling Dedicates Beautiful Post To Marley Rae After Kevin McCall Loses Custody Case
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Eva Marcille's relationship with Kevin McCall is non-existent even when it comes to co-parenting. Her husband Michael Sterling has stepped in to raise the daughter she shared with the songwriter and she wouldn't have it any other way.

Mike Sterling recently shared a heartwarming tribute to his stepdaughter.

He uploaded a few photos of the two of them at his wedding to the model alongside a caption that read: 'I just do the best I can every day hoping to provide the very best for you and working hard so that you have what you deserve - unconditional love, unbridled joy, endless possibilities, the capacity to explore your ambition, and the ability to chase your dreams. My number one. My baby. Marley Sterling. God bless you.'

This comes after Eva changed Marley Rae's last name to Sterling because she has allegedly never had a relationship with her real father. This angered Kevin and caused him to take Eva to court.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star spoke about Mike's involvement in her case after McCall was arrested for fighting with court security at a hearing.

'So, this is what’s so crazy about it, because he was arrested going into court for a case he filed against me. So, more recently, he drew a suit against me for child support, which is amazing ’cause he’s never given a cent and I’ve raised our child. I recently changed my daughter’s name from his last name to our family name, which is Sterling, and he now wants to reverse that change. So, we were actually going to court,' she explained on the real.

Marcille went on to say: 'My husband is an attorney — Michael Sterling — and he was going to court on my behalf, and I guess while [McCall] was going into court, he got into a fight with security because he’s crazy, like I’ve told the world a million times, and got arrested, and apparently has some cases that were pending already. He’s on probation for domestic violence against someone else, and so that case is in a few months, and now he’s being detained for something else.'

Kevin ended up losing the custody case because he didn't show why it belonged in the Georgia courthouse when the original order was given in Los Angeles.


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