WNBA players Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson’s love story was short lived. From domestic violence arrests, just weeks before the wedding, some would say it was doomed from the beginning. Last month, it was announced that Griner was seeking a divorce from Johnson, a day after Johnson announced her pregnancy. But it seems as though Johnson isn’t leaving quietly.
On June 5, Griner filed to get the marriage annulled and said she was never informed about the IVF Johnson did in order to get pregnant. She’s now citing fraud. Talk about messy boots.
Griner says she shouldn’t have to provide spousal support, and everyone should be responsible for their own legal fees. But she’s also looking to have Johnson pay her fees if Johnson’s court claims be found “unreasonable.”
Johnson says that Griner knew about the IVF and because of the pregnancy she has a limited income and needs financial assistance. And also stated that the pregnancy is high risk and she can’t find any other type of employment.
Johnson says she plans on returning to the WNBA eventually but needs “household assistance, personal trainers, and medical care not covered by her current insurance.”