911 calls released in WNBA player fight

For the first time, the public is hearing the frantic 9-1-1 call made when Phoenix Mercury star Britney Griner and her fiancee Glory Johnson allegedly got into a fight.

"They're fighting, they're hurting each other, there may be a gun, I'm not sure," said the caller.
"Do they have weapons," asked the operator.
"Huh," replied the caller.
"Do they have any weapons?" asked the operator.
"What'd you say," said the caller.
"Do they have a gun or a knife?" asked the operator.
"No, not right now," said the caller.

24-year-old Griner is a center for the Mercury and her fiancee Glory Johnson plays guard for the Tulsa Shock.

Johnson's sister told police the two were throwing things at each other and ended up fighting on the floor.

"What kind of things are they throwing at each other?" asked the operator.

"Like bowls," said Johnson's sister. 
"Are they in the kitchen then?" asked the operator.
"They were, it's just all over," said Johnson's sister.

No one was badly hurt; police say both Griner and Johnson said the fight went too far. They both blamed it on the stress of moving and planning a wedding.
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