WNBA's Glory Johnson — Arrest Warrant Issued … Blew Off Dom. Violence Program
Glory Johnson is a wanted woman … a warrant was issued for the WNBA star’s arrest after officials say she did NOT complete a court ordered domestic violence program, TMZ Sports has learned.
It all stems from the violent altercation with her ex-wife, Brittney Griner, back in 2015. Both Johnson and Griner were arrested for attacking each other in their AZ home.
Part of Johnson’s sentence was to complete a 6 month domestic violence program by Sept. 25th — or else she could face up to 6 months in jail.
But according to court documents obtained by TMZ Sports, Johnson didn’t keep up her end of the bargain — and as of May 2016, hadn’t attended a single session.
Do the math … impossible to complete a 6 month session in 4 months … so a warrant was issued for failure to comply. Court records show the warrant is still active.
For her part, Johnson has been incredibly busy … she gave birth to premature twins back in October and has been raising them by herself. She also divorced Griner and went back to work in the WNBA.
A rep for Johnson insisted “Glory’s doing everything the court ordered her to do,” … telling us the warrant is a result of “a paperwork issue that we had assumed her attorney handled.”