WNBA player Glory Johnson says her estranged “wife” Brittney Griner knew all about her pregnancy before filing for an annulment weeks after their “wedding”.
Thanks to celebrity photographer Jerome Pearson for these photos of singer Bobby V and reality TV personality Jhonni Blaze at the Atlanta Dream vs San Antonio Stars WNBA basketball game in Atlanta last night. I’m not familiar with Blaze at all, but Bobby is one of my favorite R&B singers. These photos were taken at Philips Arena.
Do you think they male a cute couple?
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WNBA star Brittney Griner is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. The emotional wrecking ball of her personal life has taken its toll on her physically and emotionally.
Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson’s ‘Marriage’ Ended Badly; Are Angel McCoughtry and Brande Elise Next?
The Brittney Griner/Glory Johnson annulment fiasco is still dominating sports headlines.
As you know, both WNBA players got “married” last month — just weeks after they were arrested for domestic violence.
Then last week, Johnson announced her pregnancy on Instagram. The next day, Griner filed for an annulment. Sources say she has finally come to her senses after first being rushed into purchasing a house with Johnson, then getting rushed into a marriage she did not want.
Now insiders are saying another WNBA player is headed for the same fate as Griner.
Less than 24 hours after Glory Johnson announced her pregnancy on Instagram.com, her “wife”, WNBA star Brittney Griner has filed for an annulment.
ESPN reports that Griner filed papers today to dissolve her less than 1-month-old “marriage” to Johnson.
WNBA players Brittney Griner, left, and Glory Johnson are expecting a baby after dating less than 6 months. The ladies got “married” in an intimate ceremony last month — just weeks after they were arrested following a domestic violence incident.
WNBA player Glory Johnson, left, claims she was the victim in a knock down, drag out fight with then “fiancee” Brittney Griner on April 22.
Both women were hauled off to jail as mutual combatants and publicly humiliated when their mugshots went viral.