Damian Lillard’s Estranged Wife Destroys His ‘Family Man’ Image In Devastating Divorce Documents


Additionally to his professional life, NBA star Damian Lillard’s personal life also changed dramatically over these past fews weeks.

After Lillard was traded from the Portland Trail Blazers to the Milwaukee Bucks, where he’ll form one of the best duos in the league with Giannis Antetokounmpo, the point guard filed for divorce from his wife Kay’La Lillard on October 2, 2023, after 11 years of marriage.

The couple, who have three children together met while they were students at Weber State University in Utah. They were married in 2012 and had their first child in 2013.

According to the divorce filing, the couple cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. The filing also indicated that the Lillards had been living apart for the past ten months. Court documents by Lillard’s estranged wife Kay’La now added some additional details that don’t make Lillard look good as a father and husband.

The court documents show that show Lillard’s “family man” image is merely a part of his public persona, and that he barley took care of his kids, or even visited them.

Per Radar Online:


“I have been the primary parent for our three children since their birth.

While I am a registered and licensed nurse, I am a stay-at-home mother for our children. I have made all the major decisions regarding our children: I interviewed and selected their pediatrician and their dentist; I have made all medical decisions for the children.

I want the children to have a healthy relationship with their father. I understand he is busy and has many commitments he must attend to. I also understand that the brand ‘Damian Lillard’ needs to continue with an image of a family-man. Despite our separation for several months, I have continued to support that image to the public…

…After [he] moved out in October 2022 until July 2023, [he] chose when and how much he saw the children while the children lived with me full-time in my home,” she claims. “When [he] was in town and not traveling for basketball, publicity, endorsements, or his music endeavors, he would pop over to visit for anywhere between thirty minutes to an hour to play with the kids while I was there or while a nanny was present a few times a week.

[He] has never been the sole parent responsible for the care of all three of our children, for any hours-long period of time without the help of nannies, assistants, and/or family members,”


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