It's not a good time to married to a basketball player apparently. Divorce is in the air for not one, but two, Basketball Wives stars. I guess no one should be surprised, given that being a wife isn't necessarily a precursor to be on the show!
While Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson are still in a tumultuous downward spiral after the domestic incident, Evelyn's target Kenya Bell can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel with her divorce from Charlie Bell…and that light is saying "cha-ching!"
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Charlie was hoping he wasn't going to have to pay out anything (in fact he wanted support from Kenya…perhaps she's making more money with her singing career?) as he is no longer under contract with the NBA. However, Kenya wasn't having any of that. She wanted half of his savings and child support.
TMZ has the details of Kenya's payday. While neither will get spousal support, Kenya will receive $1,000 a month is child support, and they will share custody of their daughters. She will retain their marital home in Michigan and the home purchased for her parents while Charlie will keep the Vegas condo and the home he bought for his parents. Kenya also scored $780,000 from Charlie's savings, leaving him with $656,000. She will also receive half of the $670,000 in another account.
As if that wasn't enough, Kenya will also get half of Charlie's 401K, NBA pension, NBA retirement, and NBA supplemental benefit plan and welfare plan. This is where Kenya racks up the cash! Keep in mind this is the same woman who pled guilty to attacking her ex with a box cutter. Lovely.
Meanwhile, Chad is doing everything in his power to halt his divorce from Evelyn. Not only did he make the most romantic of gestures by having her mug tatted on his calf, now he's refusing to sign the divorce paper filed by Evelyn. Sources tell the same site that Chad is convinced he'll be able to win back Evelyn after the head butt heard around the world. Other insiders say that Evelyn is determined to move on with her life…sans Chad. Luckily for Evelyn, even if Chad continues to contest the divorce, under Florida law, a judge can approve it without his signature. Perhaps that tattoo wasn't the best idea…
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