WNBA player's Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson were married for just under a month before the two filed for divorce.
Johnson announced a day before the divorce that she was pregnant.
Griner's attorney filed a motion with the court stating neither side should be entitled to spousal support, but now Johnson has filed a claim asking for $20,000 a month in spousal support, and $10,000 per month in attorney costs.
Johnson's claim is that since she is pregnant with twins she will not be able to play in the WNBA this season and she will need financial assistance.
Johnson also states she spent the majority of her savings on IVF treatments and for the wedding ceremony.
Griner spoke out in June saying she felt pressured into the marriage.
Both players were arrested three weeks prior to their marriage for domestic violence at their Goodyear, Arizona home. Griner pleaded not guilty and was sentenced to 26 weeks of domestic violence counseling. Johnson pleaded not guilty to the charges.