Kwame Brown Net Worth, Wife, Gay, Family
Kwame Brown can't be denied to be called as one of the pro-players of all times in the National Basketball Association (NBA). With magical sportsmanship, Kwame was able to be recognized as Mr. Georgia Basketball since his young age, which he continued throughout his twelve years of a basketball career.
He rejected the $30 million deal offered by the Washington Wizards in 2005, after playing three career seasons.
Sued By Wife; Is He Gay?
Back in September 2018, Kwame Brown got sued by his wife, Jocelyn Vaughn, to establish paternity and seeking child support for their three children. As per Jocelyn, Kwame admitted that he was the biological father of her kids and signed their birth certificates but has not been forward to assist her financially.
Also, she demanded Kwame to submit a DNA test and pay the legal bills in the case. Denying the fact, Kwame asserted to have spent over $52,000 in support. He mentioned that the evidence would show that the Petitioner had withdrawn at least $22,000 for her personal use, which was funded by him.
Moreover, Kwame came with a statement that he paid for all of Jocelyn's cars, A 650 BMW, and a Denali SUV. Similarly, he mentioned that he spent the mortgage for the house where his three kids lived throughout the years.
Kwame Brown with his wife and children (Photo: Kwame's Instagram)
As per the reports, the couple moved onto a romantic bond in 2002 and relished their relationship around sixteen years. They welcomed their first children in 2002, after which they got blessed with another kid in 2007. Also, the couple shares a 5-year-old daughter.
Besides that, signifying his relationship with Jocelyn Vaughn, Kwame is straight in sexuality and is not a gay person.
Kwame Brown has amassed an estimated net worth of $8 million throughout his career as an American professional basketball player.
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Kwame grew up in a fertile marsh of sports, especially basketball. During his high school years, he consistently got rated as the "best high school player" and later finished his high school career at Glynn Academy.
After his academic years, the Washington Wizards, which was under Michael Jordan, made the first overall pick on him. Kwame signed a contract for $11.9 million for three years with the Washington Wizards.
Later, on 2 August 2005, Kwame got traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he completed his three seasons until 2008. Kwame then played from several teams, including Memphis Grizzlies, Charlotte Bobcats, Philadelphia 76ers (for $6 million), and also on the BIG3 Basketball League. Also, as per HoopsHype, he has accumulated substantial earnings of $80,939,504 in salary to date.
Wiki, Bio, And Family
Born in 1982, in Charleston, South Carolina, the United States, Kwame Brown celebrates his birthday on 10 March. He stands at a decent height of 6 feet and 11 inches tall and weighs 248 lbs in weight. Despite the successful career, Kwame frequently entangled in through a series of inquiries that focused mainly on his hand size.
Kwame's parents, Willie James Brown, and Joyce Brown raised him along with his two brothers in his family, Akeem Brown and Willie James Brown Jr. Also, he has four sisters, namely, Tolbert, Alton, Tabari, and Tarik. His parents got divorced in 1989.
Both of his brothers and father served in prison for a long time. His dad, Willie, has been serving a life sentence in the Evans Correctional Institution for being convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 1990. Similarly, Kwame's sibling, Willie Jr., was in the federal prison in Jesup for twelve years for distributing cocaine. Also, Tolbert served fifteen years in jail in Wilcox for allegedly shooting a man.