Cam Newton Wants That Old Thing Back, Sues Ex For Return Of His Bentley
Cam Newton has resorted to a process server for the return of the 2017 Bentley his ex-girlfriend and mother of his four children allegedly won’t give back.
According to newly discovered court documents, Newton hired a process server who was able to track down his ex Shakia “Kia” Proctor on August 30, Radar Online reports. The server claims to have shown up at an Atlanta home and spoke with a 60-year-old woman who called Kia down after he asked for her.
However, once Kia came to the door, she reportedly acted as if she wasn’t the person the server was looking for. The documents were still given to her and now Newton’s lawsuit for the return of the Bentley is set to proceed.
The NFL star filed the suit earlier this year demanding Proctor return the luxury car. Newton claims he only allowed Proctor to use the Bentley Bentayga while they dated.
“Although the relationship has ended, [Kia] remains in possession of the Car and refuses to return the car,” the suit states.
“In 2019, the relationship ended, and [Kia] moved out of [Newton’s] residence.”
Newton and Proctor dated from 2013 to 2019 and welcomed four children together. At the time of their split, it was rumored that the former NFL quarterback was dating model La Reina Snow, whom he welcomed a child with.
In 2022, Newton opened up about his “embarrassing” cheating scandal that led to the birth of his son Caesar Lorenzo Newton.
“My longtime girlfriend at the time [Proctor], you know, we had a family. And I made a mistake, I hurt her, and I jeopardized our family at that time and I had a child outside of our relationship,” he said.
“And, coming from where I come from, being the person who I am, nobody would ever speak on it because we got a lot of people who are in high powers still make humanistic mistakes, and I can honestly say I made a humanistic mistake.”
But despite the “mistake” on his part, Newton wants the mother of his children to return his Bentley. Shortly after Proctor was served with the suit, she took him to court for $20,000 to cover utility bills.