Eva Marcille's Abusive Ex-Boyfriend Kevin McCall Arrested for Domestic Violence

Eva Marcille’s ex-boyfriend, Kevin McCall, was arrested for domestic violence on Monday in Los Angeles.

via Page Six:

McCall, 34, was booked on one felony count of injuring a spouse or cohabitant, Page Six has confirmed.

Los Angeles County jail records show McCall was released on Tuesday after paying bond. He’s scheduled to appear in court on April 30.

Late Wednesday night, McCall took to Instagram to share an inspirational quote.

“If you have a dream and a Good heart don’t let this world steal your Joy, Keep fighting for what you love and most off [sic] all what you believe in,” he said in part. “Be kind and gentle to others and try your best not to always feel entitled to it being reciprocated back everytime, just enjoy loving people geniunely [sic] and you’ll always find a way to do that unique and special thing that God put you on this Earth/Plane to do for us all ?? Love peace and blue magic Hair Grease ;-).”

The news of McCall’s alleged domestic violence arrest comes weeks after Marcille said she lives in “multiple places” to hide from McCall.

The model and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star added, “I still feel a sense of a threat. 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 my balcony before and he’s been standing in the dark. And it’s the scariest feeling ever.”

Marcille and McCall share 5-year-old daughter Marley Rae.

Just last month, Kevin responded to Eva’s claims of abuse online and suggested she was ‘lying’ about her past abuse.

“It’s sad when she gotta keep using my name for her story line, if I was the husband I would be like ‘Real H— of Atlanta is you out of you mind, or is you still obsessed with your child’s Father? Why is he in our story line so much ain’t I enuff [sic] headline for our relationship?” McCall wrote.

“That rent due and ole boy ain’t winning no elections so the money funny,” McCall wrote on Twitter. “Tag me in when yal [sic] 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,” McCall tweeted.

He needs therapy.

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