Brittney Griner’s relationship with Glory Johnson has been an interesting one follow, to say the least. The WNBA couple went from handcuffs after a domestic dispute to wedding vows days later to becoming pregnant with twins and a wedding annulment just days after that.

Now Johnson, who is carrying the twins, is seeking $20,000 per month in spousal support from Griner in addition to $10,000 in advance to be used on Johnson’s legal counsel as the two go to court to address Griner’s annulment petition and Johnson’s counter-petition, according to court documents filed June 29 in Maricopa County, Ariz., via ESPNW.

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Griner filed for an annulment the day after Johnson announced her pregnancy June 4. Johnson, a guard with the Tulsa Shock, will miss the entire WNBA season. Griner said she was unaware Johnson underwent in vitro fertilization resulting in her pregnancy.

Johnson is arguing her reduced WNBA salary during her pregnancy leave and inability to work while carrying twins requires her to receive financial support from Griner, who according to Johnson’s lawyer, has "far superior control over the family's financial resources.”

Johnson claims her finances were drained by the couple’s wedding, furniture for their home and the in vitro fertilization costs. She said she plans to return to basketball, but in the meantime, needs financial support for "household assistance, personal trainers and medical care not covered by her current insurance."

Johnson is also asking Griner to continue making car payments on the Mercedes purchased for her by Griner.

The $20,000 per month request from Johnson isn't exactly peanuts for a WNBA player. The maximum WNBA salary is $105,000 per season, and Griner led the Phoenix Mercury to the 2013 WNBA title for less than $50,000. Griner has, however, played in China during the last two offseasons reportedly for upwards of $600,000 per season. The endorsement deal she signed with Nike in 2013 also was reported to be worth as much as $1 million.