*Eva Marcille‘s ex-fiancé and baby daddy, Kevin McCall is in trouble… again. Eva tried to warn us that he enjoys manhandling his women, but you know that won’t stop some females from attempting to “fix” a broken man, or at the very least, try to make a come up from off his kinks and pain.
The 31-year-old singer/songwriter stands accused of assaulting his current girlfriend and knocking her tooth out. According to CelebrityXO blog, the woman, who uses the Instagram handle @simply_dominique_j, posted before and after photos of the injuries she says McCall inflicted on her during a violent argument.
“I’ve been crying since the moment it happen. I’m home now… depressed,” she wrote on her instagram account. “I’m soooooo hurt! I feel dead inside. He literally knocked me unconscious and continued to hit beat me until he saw blood… why?? Because he was being disrespectful, calling me bitches and I politely pulled over and asked him to apologize or get out of my car. What does that get me (yet again)? Beat the fuck up! Like wtf!? 2 lacerations and my front tooth missing! All within an hour! #kevinmccall is definitely paying for this.”
The woman reportedly pressed charges against McCall and posted evidence photos of her injuries.
McCall has a history of physically abusing former “America’s Next Top Model” veteran Marcille, 32, with whom he shares a daughter.
Expect him to take to Instagram and write a lengthy post about how he’s innocent of all charges.
Meanwhile, Ava DuVernay has announced the released date for her next directorial project, the children’s classic “A Wrinkle in Time.”
The EBONY Power 100 cover star and her creative team released the news by doing the mannequin challenge, watch below.
Starring Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine, the story follows a group of children as they travel through time and visit strange worlds in order to find their missing father.
The California Film Commission selected “A Wrinkle in Time” for an $18 million tax credit as part of the state’s incentive program to keep films in California, per Variety. The film “will bring $85 million in qualified spending to California with nearly 400 cast and crew members employed, and $44 million will be paid in wages to below-the-line workers.”
“A Wrinkle in Time” hits theaters on April 6, 2018.