WNBA players Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson still plan to tie the knot on May 8, despite their recent arrest. Last week, the couple was taken into police custody following a brutal domestic altercation stemming from serious “relationship issues.”
As previously reported, cops were called to the couple’s residence by Johnson’s sister after guests were unsuccessful in their attempts to pry the women apart. Friday, Johnson took to Instagram with an apologetic message letting fans know that she and Brittney are doing okay and that they still intend to take the plunge. Her message reads:
WE’RE OK! @brittneygriner and I are home, injury-free, and still wedding planning! We know we must set better examples, even during the most trying times, and we are EXTREMELY sorry for all the negative attention we brought to ourselves, our family, and the league. We are actively seeking help in order to do BETTER. Thanks for all the Love, Support, and Prayers that were sent our way. #LoveLife #StillBlessed #WorkInProgress #NobodysPerfect.
As the WNBA continues to investigate the incident, many have been taking to the Internet demanding that both Johnson and Griner receive the appropriate punishment for their actions.