Brittney Griner is a WNBA basketball player who has been playing for the Phoenix Mercury since 2013. In college, she played for the Baylor Bears in Texas. Professionally, she was selected by the Phoenix Mercury as their first-round pick in 2013.
While with the team, she won a championship and was named to the All-Star game eight times. As of February 2022, Griner was arrested at Russian customs because marijuana oil was found in her luggage.
However, she’s now been released and is back home with her family after spending some time detained in Russia. Griner has recently been all over the news because of this incident, bringing back old rumors about her past on the road.
This isn’t surprising considering that people have been bullying Brittney online ever since she returned home from prison due to her appearance and deep voice, which many people find unusual for females.
Luckily it seems like things are going well for Brittney as she continues to play ball and work hard — although there’s no telling how long this happiness will last once again with all of these internet trolls around!
Is Brittney Griner Trans, Man, Or Born Female?
This summer basketball player Brittney Griner spoke about the difficulties she faced growing up. She suffered through bullying and body shaming because she was labeled as a boy because of her height and other physical characteristics.
Although Monica Griner often speaks about the terrible bullying and sexual harassment she has experienced over the years, people insist that Griner is a man.
Griner expressed a deep desire to interact with children and has always been passionate about spreading awareness about bullying.
As a high school senior, she came out to her family while they were visiting France and playing in an international basketball game against the French Junior National Team.
Her father did not respond well to the news, so Griner spent her senior year living with an assistant coach. Brittney does not identify as transgender or born male and is female. She identifies as gay or lesbian.