Less than one month after the pair tied the knot at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, Brittney wanted out – claiming in court docs that Johnson had been communicating with an ex male lover via text, and the marriage would not have occurred had she known.
Johnson said in a statement at the time that she was blindsided by the annulment and “truly really saddened” by the end of their marriage. After the judge announced the decision, Glory said that she was “thankful the annulment was rejected because an act of marriage did occur.”
She continued, “Together we made life changing decisions which impacted our lives collectively, and we both should be held responsible for those decisions.”
Johnson is also focusing on giving birth to the former couple’s first child. She announced on Instagram that she’s pregnant with twin girls. The reveal comes just one day after the judge rejected Griner’s annulment request. Griner said: “I respect the judge’s decision. We are moving forward with the divorce on a 28-day marriage.”
Although Griner continues to claim that she was not involved in the fertility process, Johnson has cleared up such allegations, saying:
“I would like to address the inaccurate statements released surrounding my marriage and pregnancy, so that I can continue, after this statement, to focus on my privacy and allow our lawyers to handle this situation. At no stage was Brittney pressured to undertake the fertility process. In fact, throughout the entire process, Brittney was a willing participant, consenting and signing all the necessary documents that needed to be signed in order to move forward with the treatments.”