The two All-Star players were suspended seven games after their arrests and Griner agreed to undergo 26 weeks of domestic violence counseling as part of a plea agreement.
After the WNBA issued seven-game suspensions for both women, the 24-year-old Johnson told Kathleen Hale of Sports Illustrated that she was the victim in the case.
Later on, prosecutors in both Goodyear and Maricopa County, Arizona, dismissed the case against Johnson.
It seems that the issues between the estranged couple are not yet resolved because according to ESPN, the pregnant WNBA star is requesting monthly spousal support payments totaling $20,000.
The court documents filed in June in Maricopa County, Arizona also show that Johnson is requesting $10,000 advancement towards her attorney's fees.
Johnson - an All-Star player last season with the Tulsa Shock - and Griner - an All-Star this season for the Phoenix Mercury - were married on May 9, three weeks after they were both arrested on domestic violence charges following a fight at their home in suburban Phoenix.
However, the 24-year-old Phoenix center filed for an annulment on June 5, approximately one month after they tied the knot and a day after Johnson announced she's pregnant.
Griner argued that she was "pressured into marriage under duress by Johnson's threatening statements." Phoenix No. 42 also claimed she was not kept in the loop about the in vitro fertilization process, which led to Johnson's pregnancy.
The ladies will both appear in court on August 17 for a hearing regarding Griner's annulment petition.