|Date of Birth:||1972 December 28|
|Age:||45 years old|
Cynthia Scurtis is an American former psychology teacher. Cynthia is popularly known as the ex-wife of former Dominican-American professional baseball shortstop and third baseman Alex Rodriguez.
As being a former psychology teacher, Cynthia Scurtis must have earned a decent amount money from her teaching career. In 2008, Cynthia settled a divorce with her husband Alex for $12 million which is one of her highest earning.
After her divorce, Cynthia bought a condo on Fisher Island in Florida for $700,000. It consists of one bedroom, one bathroom unit with 690 square feet.Furthermore, she also owns a luxurious car. However, her exact net worth is still under review.
Talking about her personal life, Cynthia is widely known for her divorce with Alex Rodriguez. For the first time, they met each other at the gym and the pair gradually started dating. This couple tied a knot on November 2, 2002.
On 18th November 2004, they welcomed their first daughter Natasha Alexander. Furthermore, they welcomed their second daughter Ella Alexander on April 21, 2008.
Instagram: Alex and his daughters
But they failed to continue their relationship and separated on 7th July 2008. During the divorce, Cynthia received $12 million as the settlement from Alex.
Cynthia Scurtis was born on May 8, 1984, in Monclova, Mexico. However, her current nationality is American. She is the daughter of Evangeline Scurtis and John Scurtis. Cynthia grew up along with her two siblings Anastasia Scurtis and Constantine Scurtis.
Cynthia attended the Gulliver Prep School for her primary education. Furthermore, she holds a master’s degree in psychology from Nova Southeastern University.
Regarding her career, Cynthia Scurtis is not much famous for her profession. Cynthia is widely known as the ex-wife of Alex Rodríguez. However, she is the former psychology teacher. Besides this, Cynthia hasn't done any jobs yet.
Well, her ex-husband Alex is a former baseball shortstop and third baseman. Alex has played for the clubs including Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, and New York Yankees. Furthermore, he has also won three MVP awards and hit nearly 700 home runs throughout his career.
Former psychology teacher Cynthia Scurtis might be busy in maintaining her personal life.