That said, Mia has always been very transparent about her business and personal life — from her days working at a gentlemen's club and her cancer scare to her role as CEO of The Joint Chiropractic.
Unfortunately, Mia shared with fans that there were business issues at play that have left her and husband Gordon in limbo. Now, fans are wondering how her finances are measuring up.
So, what is Mia Thornton's net worth? Here's everything that we know.
Mia Thornton still maintains a sizable net worth.
Per Popular Net Worth, Mia is working with a net worth of $5 million. This figure reflects Mia's work as a reality TV star and entrepreneur who owns the lifestyle brand AMilleon London. She is also a regional director and CEO of The Joint Chiropractic.
Interestingly, it appears that Mia's net worth may decrease over time. Mia has been very vocal on social media about issues among partners at The Joint Chiropractic that have affected her and Gordon's standing with the company.
So, if Mia finds herself on the outs of The Joint Chiropractic for good, her net worth may see a dip over time.
Entrepreneur. Reality TV Star
Net worth: $5 million
Mia Thornton is an entrepreneur and reality TV star who garnered fame as a current cass member of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Potomac.
Birthdate: Nov. 25, 1984
Birthplace: Churchton, Md.
Birth name: Mia Nichole Fields
Father: Daryl Lynem
Mother: Robin Elaine Lynem
Children: Two sons (one born in 2015, the other unknown) and a daughter born in 2017
Marriages: Gordon Thornton (m. 2013–present)
Education: Southeastern Institute
In a teaser for Part 1 of the 'Real Housewives of Potomac' reunion, Mia broke down her current status at The Joint Chiropractic.
The 38-year-old first gave fans some insight on her business struggles in a now-deleted Instagram post in October 2022.
"The person who Gordon selected to run [their] empire and who he thought would be the one to care for [her] and the kids has now manipulated the organizational structure," Mia said in the post, per Page Six.
Additionally, Mia claimed her "salary will no longer continue past this next payroll cycle due to [her] unwavering loyalty to Gordon.”
Interestingly, Mia also accused Gordon's brothers of betrayal and "robbing them of everything they own." In fact, she got into more detail saying that Gordon’s siblings “recently revoked his access to the company bank account” while she and Gordon were “out of the country.”
Unfortunately, it appears that their business issues have also impacted their living situation. In a January 2023 Instagram post, Mia revealed that the Thorntons have moved from their rental property in Potomac, Md.
In the post, Mia claims that "unforeseen circumstances" were a factor and that the family planned on staying in the home for at least three years.
So, it's safe to say that there has been no resolve between Gordon, Mia, and other partners at The Joint Chiropractic.
Additionally, a teaser for the forthcoming reunion also points out Mia possibly losing her standing as CEO of The Joint Chiropractic, but the cast appears to be confused by her explanation.
Mia explained that the company has a board with managing members controlling the entire operation. Apparently, Mia and Gordon sit on the board as owning members and are able to vote on various issues. Unfortunately, it appears that Mia and Gordon were voted out.
"Once the business sells, we get our percentage of the ownership," Mia says. "So we will get a return on our investment. That's what we're leaning towards. We need to go ahead and just sell out of he company because clearly we can't get along any longer."
We'd like to wish Mia and Gordon all the best with their business endeavors.
Part 1 of The Real Housewives of Potomac reunion airs Sunday, Feb. 19, 2023, at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.