Rasual Butler – Daughter, Net Worth, Leah LaBelle

Rasual Butler Net Worth: $1.5 Million

Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah LaBelle passed away in a car crash on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.  He was 38 and his wife was 31.  Leah didn’t have any kids but Rasual has a daughter named Raven.  The former NBA player lost control of his Range Rover in Studio City, Los Angeles around 2 AM.  The vehicle hit a parking meter, slammed into a wall and flipped over several times before landing in the parking lot of a shopping plaza.


Rasual Butler Net Worth: $1.5 Million

Rasual Butler’s $5 million net worth was earned through his career as a NBA player.  In 2002 he was drafted by the Miami Heat.  In 2010, Butler signed a 1-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers for $2.4 million.  In 2013, he signed with the Indiana Pacers for $1.4 million.  
In 2014, he agreed to a 1-year deal with the Washington Wizards for $1.45 million.  In 2015, Rasual signed with the San Antonio Spurs for $1.5 million.  Butler played with Dwyane Wade in Miami.  In 2003, Wade had to make his first public appearance on behalf of the team and he was feeling nervous.  Rasual was right by Wade’s side and helped the NBA star conquer his fear.

Rasual Butler Net Worth
Rasual Butler Net Worth

Rasual Butler Daughter Raven

Rasual Butler’s daughter, Raven Butler aka Raven Svea (Suvea) is seen in the post above.  The former NBA player praises her aura and lets her know that he’s a proud father.  Two days ago, Raven shared a post on her Instagram page explaining that she was upset about SZA being snubbed at the Grammys:
A post shared by Raven Svèa☪️ (@ray.svea) on Jan 29, 2018 at 4:38pm PST

In 2010, Rasual shared the following tweet to let Raven know how much he loves her:

In 2016, Rasual shared the following post revealing that he was sending Raven to college.  He bought his baby girl a new black Mercedes Benz.

Leah LaBelle American Idol

Leah LaBelle was born on September 8, 1986.  She appeared on the third season of American Idol.  The video below shows that she had a beautiful voice.  In 2011, she signed a joint deal with Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def Recordings, L.A. Reid’s Epic Records and Pharrell’s I Am Other label.

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