Brittney Griner, No. 42 of the Phoenix Mercury
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After a short marriage and even faster divorce, WNBA players Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson have finally hashed out their child support issues. A Maricopa County, Ariz., judge ordered Griner to pay Johnson $2,516.97 a month in child support for the twins to which Johnson gave birth, according to ESPN. Although Griner has no biological ties to the twins, they were conceived through in vitro fertilization while the couple were married.

In addition to the child support, Griner has to pay Johnson $8,505 in child support arrears, 90 percent of child care costs with two nannies and a monthly expense of $2,835.

Griner and Johnson were married May 8, 2015, but four weeks later, Griner filed for an annulment, charging that Johnson had cheated on her with a man.