Over the weekend, McCall continued his erratic behavior on social media. He decided to repost a clip of a recent interview Marcille gave on “The Real.”
In the video, one of the hosts asks Marcille if you would do anything differently in her past. She said, “when it comes to Marley she gave my life like a resurgence, I enjoyed life and it was good to me. But when I had my daughter like I really learned the reason for living. All that it took to get it and have her I would do it all over again.”
McCall captioned the video, “#readbetweenthelines.” Marcille and McCall share a daughter named Marley Rae. They dated years ago but thing ended badly. She accuses him of domestic violence and even hurting her during the pregnancy.
Marcille is currently fighting McCall in court over custody of their daughter. He recently sued her demanding more time but she is objecting. Marcille claims McCall is dangerous and unfit to be around their kid. She accuses him of never paying a dime in child support.
At a recent custody court heating, McCall was arrested after getting into an altercation with police officers in the courthouse. He was taken into custody and was locked up for several days. McCall was charged with felony ‘Criminal Damage to Property 2nd Degree’. He was also hit with four misdemeanor charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement officer. He is facing up to 5 years behind bars on the felony charge.
Since being released from jail, McCall has acted very bizarre on social media. He began by threatening his friend Chris Brown and the singer’s fans on Instagram. He wrote, “you still running rom you put-on come let me beat you up so u can throw up the hooks …”
McCall even posted a throwback photo with Marcille. He wrote, “The Real Jody Summers #BabyBoypartll 2022.”
The post came after Marcille called him a “psycho” on a recent episode of “RHOA.” Marcille said she suffers from PTSD because of him.
McCall’s lawyer recently dropped his client in the custody battle.
Marcille has talked about the relationship, “Domestic violence is very, very real. I went through domestic violence. I finally found the courage to come up and talk about it about a couple years ago about what I went through with Kevin. I feel bad for women that have to deal with it. And it’s actually not a laughable matter; it’s something that actually makes you feel so little so you don’t want to talk about it, but it really sucks.”
Despite the fears, the “RHOA” revealed she finally found herself a Georgia home.