‘Basketball Wives’ Star Kenya Bell Makes Out Like A Bandit In Divorce From Charlie Bell
Kenya Bell is walking away with cash, houses, and a nice retirement package in her divorce from NBA star Charlie Bell. It was hard to guess how this one would turn out after Kenya was arrested in 2011 for breaking into Charlie’s house and attacking him with a box cutter.
Despite her possible attempt on Charlie’s life, Kenya will receive $1,000 per month in child support as the couple continue to share custody of their two daughters. She will not, however, receive any type of spousal support.
The judgment, which was filed on August 27, also hands over the couple’s Michigan home to Kenya while her parents will also be able to keep them home that was bought for them. Charlie Bell, in the meantime, gets to keep his Vegas condo and the home purchased for his parents.
In terms of one time payments, Kenya Bell will also receive some big time Basketball Wives money in the form of a one-time $780,000 cash payment from the couple’s savings account and half of the $670,000 located in a second account.
Kenya’s biggest win, however, could come from Charlie’s retirement. The reality TV star will be given half of his NBA 401k plan, half of his NBA retirement plan, and half of the funds from his pension, welfare plan, and supplement benefit plan.
Kenya also gets to keep all of the money she has earned from Basketball Wives.
In the meantime, I don’t think Kenya’s run as a reality TV star is going to last much longer without someone to leech off.