Over the weekend, McCall reappeared on social media with a series of bizarre and threatening posts.
He even took to Instagram to post videos chronicling his day. He told his followers if anything happens to him it’s because of the police. He was in the studio and even listened to Destiny’s Child in the car while filming himself.
McCall posted a throwback with Chris Brown where he wrote, “you still running rom you put-on come let me beat you up so u can throw up the hooks …”
He then called out Brown’s fans saying, “Imma post this everday until somebody from Team Breezy commit suicide…I want them all to kill themselves and get it over with. They some miserable irrelevant little fuccers who never fight in person.”
McCall even posted old video of Marcille and their daughter Marley Rae talking. He captioned the video, “Marley Rae McCall God bless you and your wonderful family everyone 🙏🏿 Im a blessed Man of God lucky even- because I TRULY enjoy EVERYTHING about mine!”
The activity on social media comes shortly after McCall was released from Atlanta jail. Earlier this month, the two were in court fighting for custody of their kid. McCall recently sued Marcille demanding more time with Marley Rae.
Marcille has objected to his lawsuit saying he is dangerous and has never supported their kid.
On the hearing day, McCall was walking around the courthouse recording himself. A police officer told him there was no filming allowed. McCall lost it on the officer and threatened to fight him.
McCall was arrested and booked into the Fulton County Jail. He spent several nights behind bars before posting bond.
He was officially 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. McCall is facing up to 5 years in prison on the felony charge.
On this week’s episode of “RHOA”, Marcille trashed McCall calling him a “psycho.” She was house hunting out of fear her ex would find her. She detailed experiencing PTSD from McCall’s past alleged abuse. She feared her “donor might be on the lurk.”
She talked about having to take out protective orders against McCall to keep him away. Marcille wanted a home that had security because “between psycho a—donor” and her husband being a defense attorney they need protection.
Earlier this year, McCall was charged in a separate case for domestic violence. He is facing up to one year in jail on the charge. The alleged incident went down on January 14, 2019.
Marcille has been open about McCall’s alleged abuse, “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."