Brittney Griner Accuses Glory Johnson Of Cheating

Entertainment | Camille Travis | 07/23/2015 | 12:00 PM EDT

Griner claims Johnson was texting a guy in early April while the couple were still engaged

New details are being revealed in the divorce between WNBA stars Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson, which suggest one party was unfaithful.


Griner claims Johnson was texting her ex-boyfriend during their engagement and was unaware that her partner was in communication with a former flame. From TMZ:


"According to new annulment docs -- obtained by TMZ Sports -- Griner says she found out Johnson had been texting the guy in early April ... months into their engagement. Griner's point is she would never have married Johnson if she knew the old flame was still flickering.


Griner also says she's learned Johnson was still boning a guy in the summer of 2014 ... early on in their courtship. She doesn't say if it's the same guy in the texts. Again, Griner says had she known, she wouldn't have popped the question in August 2014."


Griner is fighting off Johnson's temporary spousal support request of $20,000 per month, as well as a $10,000 advancement toward her attorney fees. Griner argues Johnson doesn't deserve the payments because they were only married for 28 days.


Furthermore, Griner says neither one of the ladies got paid during that period because of the suspensions stemming from their domestic violence incident back in April.


A rep for Johnson has called the cheating claims false, stating that his client is "popular and beautiful, so she's going to have male friends."


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