An Arizona judge has ordered WNBA player Glory Johnson to court to explain why she refuses to vacate the home she once shared with ex-“wife” WNBA star Brittney Griner.

The former couple’s legal problems became fodder for the blogs after they were arrested for using each other as punching bags earlier this year.

From JET magazine:

According to court documents attained by the outlet, a judge awarded Griner temporary exclusive use of the home while the couple works to finalize their divorce.

The documents state that Johnson, who is pregnant with twins, must vacate the premises immediately. Johnson also has to schedule a date with Griner to pick up her personal belongings with a police officer.

The couple split just 28 days after their wedding in May, following a domestic violence incident at the home where they were both arrested.

Johnson is schedule to deliver twins, who she says are the result of a planned pregnancy with Griner, in January.

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