Glory Johnson is not backing down. The pregnant WNBA star, 25, took to Instagram on Saturday, Aug. 15, after news broke that a judge had denied Brittney Griner's annulment request.
Posting the quote, "Lying is done with words and also with silence," Johnson wrote, "It's not right to proclaim to The World that someone cheated on you, without having Legitimate Proof. I'm not that type of Person, never have been, never will be. #TrustIssues #SoThankful #Blessed #HonestyIsThePolicy."
Griner, 24, filed for an annulment from Johnson back in June, 28 days after they married. In her paperwork, Griner claimed that Johnson had been texting an ex at the time of their marriage and had she known, she would have never walked down the aisle.
Johnson had announced her pregnancy just one day before the couple split, and later learned she is expecting twins.
After the judge's ruling, Johnson told TMZ Sports, "I am thankful the annulment was rejected because an act of marriage did occur. Together we made life-changing decisions which impacted our lives collectively, and we both should be held responsible for those decisions."
Griner told ESPN in June that she felt "pressured" into marrying Johnson.
"I went along with it and I knew I shouldn't have and it was a huge mistake," she said at the time.
Back in April the two basketball players were arrested for allegedly assaulting one another. Griner later called the incident "mutual combat" when talking with ESPN.