Judge denies Glory Johnson request for $20,000 monthly support payments.
Glory, who revealed she’s pregnant with twin girls, requested the support to keep her afloat during her high-risk pregnancy as she is unable to make a living playing basketball.
After she received the disappointing ruling, Glory thanked God for allowing her “to handle it.”
The Best part about losing today, is how God allowed me to handle it. I fought, I was Honest, and I Let God take care of it. I Trust Him and I’m excited to see where he takes me next! ?????? #NewBeginnings #NewBlessings #Thankful
Griner was pleased with the judge’s decision. Her attorney David Michael Cantor released a statement saying,”We are very pleased that the judge has ruled, after evaluating the credibility of the testimony, that a 28 day marriage does not entitle Glory Johnson to Brittney Griner’s money for purposes of alimony, Mercedes car payments or attorney’s fees.”
Brittney Griner also plans to move forward by filing for divorce.