Brynn Cameron was one sportswoman who made sure to leave a mark on the game of basketball before taking a bow out. But this mark was felt most by her ex-fiancé; popular American basketball player Blake Griffin. During her time, Brynn played for the University of Southern California where she graduated from in 2009. Cameron’s life has been the focus of several media sources who have been following the discord between her and Griffin over the years. In trying to dig into the turn out of events, several aspects of her life was discovered. Here are lesser known facts about the former basketball player.
Brynn Cameron’s Bio, Age
She was born on July 8, 1986, in Los Angeles California and attended Newbury Park High School where she started to develop an interest in basketball. Cameron proceeded to the University of California afterward and graduated with a degree in Sociology. While at the university, she played for her school’s basketball team and recorded great achievements for the team; finishing off her freshman season as the top scorer with 9.8 points per game. Cameron bowed out from basketball towards the end of her senior year, following a hip surgery.
Family – Brother, Parents
Brynn was born to her parents Stan and Cathy Cameron. She is of white ethnicity and was raised by her parents alongside her two brothers Jordan and Colby, and a sister Emily Cameron. It seemed like the Camerons had a very soft spot for athletic sports. Jordan Cameron got his own call in the American football. He played as a tight end in USC football while in college and was drafted by the Browns.
Personal Life – Kids, Palimony Tussle
Brynn Cameron’s personal life served the media with lots of stories to tell. The Brynn and Blake chronicles tell the stories of challenges that not only rocked but got the best of the relationship between the two basketball players.
Brynn and Griffin started a relationship after they met for the first time in 2009. They welcomed their first child, a son named Ford Wilson Cameron-Griffin four years later in 2013. Their second child, a daughter, Finley Elaine Griffin was born three years later in 2016.
Brynn and Griffin seemed like the perfect lovebirds until talks of a prenuptial agreement came up a few weeks to their wedding. It happened that Blake demanded to have a prenuptial agreement with his longtime girlfriend Brynn. However, Cameron objected to the request frowning at Blake’s distrust of her intentions. But then Griffin wanted to protect his property and interests as well. This gradually created a rift between the couple. Their peculiar conflict soon caught national attention as Brynn and Blake were discussed on various platforms at the time.
Their wedding was to hold towards the end of July 2017 at St Bart’s, but a week before the wedding, the couple postponed it to enroll for therapy. However, Blake soon broke off their engagement and sought the custody of his two kids with Brynn. This culminated in a palimony lawsuit.
Reports at the time had it that Blake dumped his longtime girlfriend and mother of his two kids for reality star Kylie Jenner. This notion upheld by Brynn and her team hardened her the more as she demanded millions of dollars in a palimony suit she filed in February 2018. Blake was initially asked to pay a whopping $258,000 in child support to his ex. But subsequent reports stated that Griffin was forced to pay $32,000 per month to Cameron in child support. He was also asked to acquire a 5-bedroom house in Manhattan beach for Cameron and her kids.
Before Griffin came into the picture, Brynn Cameron had another child, Cole Cameron Leinart, with former NFL and USC quarterback, Matt Leinart, her boyfriend in school.
Her Net Worth
Cameron’s net worth has not been pinned to a specific amount at the moment, but it will sure be a matter of interest to many considering her financial upgrade following the palimony suit. After demanding millions of dollars from Blake Griffin as palimony, it was agreed that she would receive $32,000 per month. The former basketball player also attained a substantial financial height during her playing career.
Body Measurements – Height, Weight
Cameron can hardly go anywhere unnoticed due to her tall height. She stands at a height of 5ft 10in (1.78m) which is quite proportional to his weight of 55kg.