While WNBA players Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson were only married for 4 weeks last year, it seems their never ending court drama has finally come to a halt.
If you recall, the basketball players ended their brief marriage last year… after Glory discovered out she was pregnant with twins.
Glory, 25, gave birth to twin girls last fall, but the babies were born four months premature and still require extensive medical care. Following months of courtroom drama, the two exes have finally come to a financial agreement on all things regarding their short marriage.
Bossip reports Britney, 25, will start paying Glory $2,516 in monthly child support beginning May 1, after the two appeared via telephone for a hearing April 14 on their divorce in Maricopa County Superior Court.
The child support is reportedly part of a larger settlement package that the pair agreed to in an Arizona court last week. It will also cover medical expenses and childcare for the couple’s twin daughters, Ava Simone and Solei Diem.
Britney, who earns $1.1 million a year according to court filings, will also pay 90 percent of Glory’s childcare costs, or an extra $2,835 a month for two nannies. Britney’s childcare support will decrease as the girls get older. In addition, she’ll also have to pay Glory $8,505 in back childcare expenses.
It’s nice to see the former couple come to an agreement as Britney, who has no biological ties to the children because the couple went to a fertility clinic, previously accused Glory of cheating on her with her ex-boyfriend. This allegation is what led to the couple’s split. Also, police were called to their home last April as both were arrested on domestic violence charges.
Here’s to hoping this drama is completely done with, and the two are now ready to co-parent their twin daughters!
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