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On paper Griner will make about $1 million this year but says she has expenses too.

“Even with your contract with Nike and your WNBA contract would you be able to pay $20,000 a month?” asked Griner’s lawyer, “No.” Griner responded flatly.

David Michael Cantor, Attorney for Brittney Griner said, “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.”

Griner hasn’t spoken to the media about the case but did post this pic to her Instagram:

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Griner reposted this subliminal IG a few days ago:

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