What is Evelyn Lozada's net worth? Inside 'Basketball Wives' star's massive fortune from books and shoe boutique
Evelyn started out as a secretary to an entertainment attorney. She went from there to owning a shoe boutique, Dulce, in Coral Gables, Florida
The lady from the Bronx may have made headlines for her controversial divorce with ex-NFL star Chad Johnson but there's a lot we don't know about her. For instance, how much money does she make? Quite a few million we assume given her role in VH1's hit reality show 'Basketball Wives'. Evelyn Lozada never fails to serve the drama.
This season she is coming in with a lot of angst and a major lawsuit that she had filed against fellow castmate Ogom 'OG' Chijindu. We'll see how that narrative pans out but for now, let's look at how the reality TV star makes her paychecks.
What is Evelyn Lozada's net worth?
Evelyn started out as a secretary to an entertainment attorney. She went from there to owning a shoe boutique, Dulce, in Coral Gables, Florida. That's a start. But she also earns from her stint from the show. Although an accurate number is not known, our best guess is "a lot" is given ever since she became a regular on it.
The 45-year-old's net worth is at $4 million, according to a Celebrity Net Worth report. A fraction of that wealth could also come from the books she has been writing. As of now, she has authored two titles: 'The Wives Association: Inner Circle' (2012) and 'The Perfect Date' (2019, co-written by Holly Lorincz).
Evelyn and Chad feuding over a condom receipt
Here's some more intel. Most of her fans know her from 'BBW' but did you know that she also appeared in 'Iyanla: Fix My Life' in the September of 2012. This was exactly the time she was healing from her bitter divorce with Chad. They loved hard, fought harder. With a year of dating behind, some would think that they rushed into marriage but that was not the case. The now ex-couple was sure of their love and affection. Unfortunately, or fortunately for her, it didn't last long.
Evelyn and Chad were feuding over a condom receipt when the latter headbutted her. She was rushed to the ER and the cops were called. Evelyn suffered a laceration that required stitches, according to an NFL report. Chad was canceled by his team Miami Dolphins. It hurt both parties.
Years later, Chad addressed the cause of their split. The tone was redemptive and restrained. "And I lost that. And you know that saying... 'You never know what you have until it's gone.' And now I finally know what they mean," he told Fox News.