Since Kimberly Anne Scott is most known as the ex-wife of legendary American musician Eminem, her relationship with tattoo artist Eric Harttercatapulted him to fame.
As an added bonus, Eric is well-known since he is the real father to Eminem's adopted daughter Whitney Scott Mather.
Scott's ex-partner was discovered dead in his Detroit, Michigan, home on August 22, 2019.
|Name||Eric Scott Hartter|
|Birthday||January 22, 1979|
|Net worth||$3 million|
On January 22, 1979, Eric Hartter was born to his mother, Marie Mastrogiovanni Hartter, and an unidentified father. The tattoo artist's birthplace is revealed to be Michigan, USA. He grew up alongside his mother, but data about his father's is lacking at the moment.
The tattoo artist is a mix of several different cultures and nationalities. Even though he was born in the United States, it is impossible to determine his heritage due to his mixed heritage.
There is no information available to the general public concerning Eric's early life or his school background. Because Eric kept a low profile, no one has any information about his siblings.
On the other hand, it is said that he did not come from a wealthy family but rather that he came from a respected background. As a result of this, when Eric was a teenager, he had to support himself by working menial jobs.
Eric Hartter wearing a black t-shirt with a huge smile
Eric was a tattoo artist, and the quality of his work made him well-known all over the United States. But after he allegedly began engaging in drug use as a leisure activity, his business began to decline. Through the years, he gradually became the focus of law enforcement and anti-drug groups.
Hartter's life on Earth was marked by a series of run-ins with the law. In addition, he has paid the court a substantial sum of money to settle a few narcotics and criminal offenses.
Eric and two of his accomplices were apprehended in December of 2018. They were suspected of stealing a Red Bull from a CVS, which would have been worth around $200. Unfortunately, his career as a tattoo artist was destroyed by his engagement with drugs.
At one point, Kimberly Scott was married to the legendry American rapper, Marshall Bruce Mathers, well known as Eminem. Although they were high school sweethearts, their marriage only lasted from 1999 to 2001.
After breaking up with Eminem, Kimberly began dating rapper Eric Hartter. Unfortunately, they also had a short-lived relationship.
In 2002, after dating for a year, they had a lovely daughter named Whitney. Whitney Scott Mather was born on April 16, 2002 and her parents divorced shortly after.
Whitney Scott was Eric Hartter's daughter, but they never got close. She They never got to experience the joy of having him as their dad. Eric Scott did not see Kimberly and their daughter at the hospital after the birth since he was evading arrest at the time.
Eric insisted on seeing his daughter after she was born, despite Kimberly's repeated refusals. Instead, she requested his presence in court to establish his fatherhood of Whitney.
Contrarily, Hartter was unable to make it to court. This is due to the fact that his strong engagement in drugs made him a target for arrest. He avoided his daughter as a result.
More than that, in 2005, Eminem adopted Whitney. Even though Eminem and Kimberly had separated, he was still legally responsible for Kimberly's daughter. Kimberly's drug problems and Eric's legal troubles were to blame.
Eric Hartter's daughter Whitney Scott Mathers
Eminem also prevented Marie, Eric's mother, from seeing her grandchild. Therefore, Marie filed a lawsuit against Eminem for allegedly refusing to allow her to spend time with her grandchild. Because Whitney grew up with her adopted family, the case against them collapsed.
The skilled tattoo artist had never been married before. Eric hid his private life when his affair with Eminem's ex-wife became public knowledge. However, there are rumors that he has never actually been married. Keeping out of jail took precedence over his priorities.
However, he fathered more children, albeit neither the exact number nor the identities of these children are known. It turned out that he and a woman named Sara Hubbard had other children. That became clear when she mourned him after he passed away.
Eric Hartter was found dead on August 22, 2019 by his mother, Marie, in a Detroit, Michigan, home that had been abandoned for some time.
Autopsy doctors examined his body after his death, but they were unable to determine what killed him. According to the results of the autopsy, he had taken a lethal combination of fentanyl and cocaine.
Eric Hartter was arrested for felony contraband involving methamphetamine and fentanyl, on December 28, 2018.
Following his guilty plea on March 12, 2019, he was given a 153-day prison term in July. Plus, he got two years of probation on top of the fine. In any case, Eric was let go in the month of July 2019.
As of the year 2022, it was estimated that Eric Hartter had a net worth of $3 million because to his great career as a tattoo artist. There is no other information that can be provided regarding his annual pay.
Eric Hartter and Kimberly posing for a selfie
He stood at a height of 5 feet 8 inches and weighed 76 kilos at his peak physical condition. Both of his eyes and his hair were a light brown color.
In 2005, the famous rapper Eminem legally adopted the daughter of Eric Hartter and his ex-wife. Whitney was only three years old when she was adopted. From then until 2019, she was raised by Eminem, who was not her biological father. She didn't know about her real father, Eric.
He was a heavy drug user right up until the day he passed away. He battled addiction for years before his body was discovered in a Detroit home he'd left unoccupied.
Because of his involvement in the drug business, Eric Hartter was able to accumulate a significant fortune in his bank account. He was, however, apprehended by the authorities and thus lost the majority of his wealth. In addition, he was ordered to make restitution to the court in the form of a massive sum for a variety of narcotics and criminal offenses.