Ex-NBA star Marcus Camby Settles Divorce Battle, Agrees To Pay Ex-Wife $4.1 Million

Ryan Naumann

Former NBA star Marcus Camby has reached a deal to settle his divorce, agreeing to pay his ex-wife $4.1 million and $15k a month in support.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Marcus has agreed to pay his former wife Eva a total of $4,100,000 in their divorce settlement.

Per their deal, Marcus will pay a lump sum of $3,600,000 followed by an additional check of $500,000 as an equalization payment. They agree these payments will cover all obligations per their prenuptial agreement.

Eva will leave the marriage with a 2018 Tesla X (white), Porsche Panamera, all bank accounts in her name, the home in Manvel, Texas, all of her jewelry and other personal effects, 50% of all furnishings, art, appliances, dishes, china, silverware, decoration and art at their martial home.

Marcus gets to keep the 2018 Tesla (black), all other vehicles in his name and bank accounts under his name. He also keeps their martial home (wife has to leave this month) and all of his jewelry.

He will also cover $35,000 for Eva’s divorce attorneys and outstanding credit card debt. Marcus agreed to also pay $8,5000 a month for their kid Milan and another $6,500 for Maya for a total of $15,000 a month.

Eva Camby filed for divorce from Marcus after nearly 14 years of marriage. The two married in July 2005 and ceased living together on April 5, 2019. They share two minor kids.

In her petition for divorce, Eva accused Marcus of causing her personal injuries and claims he “repeatedly and continuously committed adultery, including fathering an extra-martial child.”

Eva wanted the prenuptial agreement they signed to be thrown out, saying it is "unconscionable" and claims she signed the deal "under duress."

In addition, Eva claimed that Marcus "contracted an infectious disease" and "intentionally exposed" her to it. She said she was unsure if she has "contracted the infectious disease."

Marcus Camby responded to the divorce and asked the judge to enforce their 2005 prenuptial agreement. He sought 50/50 custody of their kids and wanted the judge to order his ex to not trash him on social media or hide their kids from him. In regard to the STD allegation, he argued Eva's claims were barred because of the statute of limitations and “consent.”

As The Blast first reported, Marcy Camby reached a child support and custody deal in December 2018 with a woman named Noemi Valdez.

The two agreed that Camby is the father to Makiah Camby, born in 2011. Valdez will have primary custody and Camby will see his daughter two times a month, for three hours each visit.

Camby will pay $4,000 in child support per month and both of them will cover any medical expenses. He will not have to pay for private schooling unless he agrees on the specific school.

Valdez originally sued Camby seeking child support and full custody of their 7-year-old daughter, accusing the former NBA star of having a “pattern of child neglect.”