Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille’s estranged husband, Michael Sterling, is facing a lawsuit accusing him of causing a car accident while under the influence. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim that Sterling was negligent and caused them to suffer injuries and incur medical expenses. Sterling has denied the accusations and his lawyer has provided a medical report from the night of the incident claiming that he was not under the influence of alcohol.
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille’s estranged husband, Michael Sterling, is facing a lawsuit accusing him of causing a car accident while under the influence, which he denies, with the plaintiffs claiming injuries, medical expenses, and emotional distress as a result of the collision.
A recent lawsuit accuses Michael Sterling, estranged husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille, of causing a car accident while under the influence of alcohol. The plaintiffs, Kody Clark and Lauren Hammett, allege that Sterling was negligent in his driving on February 4, 2022, leading him to collide with their vehicle. They claim to have suffered injuries, emotional distress, and lost wages as a result of the accident. The lawsuit states that the plaintiffs have incurred medical expenses, although the final amount is yet to be determined. Sterling has yet to respond to the allegations.
In response to the lawsuit, Sterling’s lawyer has provided a letter written to prosecutors in April 2022, which includes a medical report from the night of the incident. The report indicates that there was no sign of alcohol consumption based on an independent medical examination conducted at the officer’s request. However, the officer noted that Sterling’s eyes appeared glossy and red. The lawyer argues that this condition can be attributed to a pre-existing medical issue diagnosed a few months prior to the accident. The lawyer maintains that Sterling was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision.
It is worth noting that Sterling and Marcille are currently going through a divorce. Marcille filed for divorce, seeking primary custody of their children and child support. In response, Sterling denied Marcille’s entitlement to a divorce, expressing his desire to win her back. The couple shares three minor children, including one from Marcille’s previous relationship.
As the legal proceedings unfold, it remains to be seen how this lawsuit will impact the divorce proceedings between Sterling and Marcille. Both sides will likely present their arguments and evidence to support their claims. We will continue to monitor the case and provide updates as more information becomes available.