Atlanta Housewivis Marlo Hampton Calls Newly Wed Eva’s A Scammer

Atlanta Housewivis Marlo Hampton Calls Newly Wed Eva's A Scammer

Marlo Hampton loves to stir the pot on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta and this time she is coming for Eva Marcille claiming that Eva is engaged in an illegal identity theft scheme.

OMG, really Marlo? Read on for the dirt that Marlo Hampton dug up on ANTM Eva Marcille-Sterling…

Atlanta Housewivis Marlo Hampton Calls Newly Wed Eva's A reports that following the beautiful wedding that went $50k over budget according to Eva Marcille who married her hunky former federal prosecutor – attorney Michael Sterling, she was caught up scheming.

Of course, the dirt reveal is coming from Real Housewives instigator Marlo Hampton who claims that Eva Marcille-Sterling who lives her best life is a schemer.

In case you didn’t know, model Eva’s luxurious wedding was showcased on Real Housewives. The event cost approximately $500,000, and Eva was responsible for paying for half the wedding.

Now in a twist to throw some dirt all over the all-white themed wedding, Eva’s pal told Marlo hat Eva and Michael were forced to leave her rented Atlanta Townhouse.  Marlo took the info and sprinkled her shade twist on it claiming that Eva and her new husband were evicted from the premises.

And now the story goes like this from Marlo:

I’m hearing that [Eva and her husband] are having a problem with where they’re living. They’re renting and they have to get out ASAP.

Hampton adds her secret sauce of lies on it to make it hot:

Eva was engaged in an illegal identity theft scheme. Her car has a CPA or CPN number. That’s some crooked way to get a car.

For those of you unfamiliar with CPN fraud, here’s how a consumer protection website explains it:

CPN schemes are promoted by companies claiming that they can clean up credit and/or guarantee a credit score of 700-800 in a short period of time.  These companies find random SSNs, which are run through public databases to determine their status. If they’re clean— validated as an active SSN that is not on file with credit bureaus—they are offered for sale.

The companies are very careful not to call these “social security numbers.” They use several names, all with an acronym of CPN, including “credit profile number,” “credit privacy number” or “credit protection number.” But they are really stolen SSNs sold to consumers who are desperate to escape bad credit.

Bottom line, claims like these could cost Eva some major problems, so Marlo needs to STOP!

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