Justin Hunter's girlfriend Aleisha Rayner is a young and lovely mother of two boys, Braylon and Justin Jr. The kids are one and three years old. The couple's been together since college, where they met at the University of Tennessee. Aleisha used to be on the track team and competed as a runner. Those days are over, but she seems to have taken to motherhood very well.
The thing she's probably not taking to so well is the fighting between Justin and some guy at a bar that happened a few days ago. It's not clear if Justin Hunter's girlfriend was at the bar at the time of the fight. Alleged details of a drunken brawl are always murky, but current reports allege that Hunter punched the guy in the face twice, was separated from him, and then sucker-punched him while the guy was spitting out blood on the sidewalk. Hey, these things happen. Now there's a bit of a debate about whether Hunter should be placed on immediate leave. Personally, I tend to show a lot of leniency with bar fight situations because alcohol and men can and do create fights. Still, gotta' keep those fists from flyin' unless you want to pay big fines and be labelled a problem.
Anyway, as far as Aleisha goes-- she's currently a real estate agent around Nashville. Her bio section doesn't really give much of a sense for Aleisha as a person, but it's professional enough: "I am very big on customer service. The customer service you will receive from me will meet all of your expectations and I will make that commitment to each and every client..."
Well, what if my expectations are to get punched in the face by Justin Hunter? I need a firm commitment that you can provide that service for me.
Marquise Goodwin's wife Morgan Goodwin is an Atlanta native who grew up with a mom, a dad, and a stepdad in her life. The new era family provided unconditional support, which she was proud to explain in the short biography on their wedding site. She's still quite young and just finished her track and field career running for the University of Texas and graduating with a degree in public relations. She says she plans on being an actress with a backup plan of becoming a public relations professional that deals with athletes or celebrities.
I think the last part of her wedding bio is pretty funny. Morgan Goodwin says "Marquise calls me selfish, but when it comes to him, I'm not selfish at all (only sometimes...OK, maybe I am)." That's got to be one of the funniest things I've read in an "about section" of a wedding site. I want Marquise Goodwin's wife to become an actress now because she clearly has personality.
If you can see the personality coming off the page like that, it's a good thing. She's essentially saying "He said this about me, but it's totally not true. Well, only sometimes it's true. Actually, it is true."
She goes on to say:
"I love challenges and I am always on the go (Marquise hates this about me LOL)."
I'm not sure how challenges and always being on the go correlate, but then she continues:
"I can be an airhead sometimes and Marquise hates that about me too."
Okay, duly noted. She then continues:
"He also tells me that I don't listen (giggles). I can also be forgetful at times."
I'm telling you, you've got to be really charismatic if you're able to freely admit all these faults and still be lovable, as she actually states she is at the end of the bio. I believe it. There's actually a fantastic vine video (or whatever they're called) of her talking smack to Marquise and him saying under his breath "I can stand her." Check that out.
I just wanted to quickly mention that Marquise's sister, Deja, has cerebral palsy, which is a horrible and crippling disease that prohibits her from controlling any of the muscles in her body. Marquise made the statement to ESPN that "I realize that I've been blessed in my life and that I'm blessed with an opportunity to do things for myself. She lives through me, because she's never been able to do anything like that. We live vicariously through each other." That's powerful stuff.
Aaron Kromer's wife Dawn Kromer witnessed the recent incident between Aaron and his neighbor's son which landed him in cuffs. With the constant discussion taking place around spousal abuse, when I first heard the word "battery," I thought oh boy here we go again with another wife-beating incident. But this time around, that's not what happened at all,... it's a little more nuanced, I suppose.
So from what we have available to us currently, Aaron and his whole family, including his son Zachary and wife Dawn, were at the beach when they discovered some of their beach chairs had been appropriated by three kids. One of the kids was actually their neighbor. What is alleged to have happened was the neighbor took the chairs from their yard and a confrontation ensued. Anyway, Aaron and his son Zach are alleged to have approached the kids, and things reportedly unraveled from there, including a fishing pole being thrown into the ocean, and tossing the neighbor's kid to the ground. The story continues that the neighbor thrown to the ground was then punched in the face, while Kromer allegedly threatened to "kill his family" if he reported the incident to the cops. Look, people lose their cool and punches can fly (whether they're underage or not) but threaten to kill their family? Pyscho. I'm sure Aaron Kromer's wife Dawn Kromer would certainly not approve. Apparently Zachary tried to help the kid find his fishing pole after his father fled the scene.
The little I can gather about Aaron Kromer's wife Dawn Kromer's recent activities is mostly just about where she's traveled with her family and what sorts of stuff she does day-to-day. I know she was in Chicago taking a picture with her family at The Bean (the famous Chicago landmark) in late June, around the time that Aaron and Dawn attended the Chicago Bears Gala event all dressed up in a gown and a suit. Other than that, she's almost out of the hole as far as the parenting thing. Zachary is already 21 and in school, and their daughter may or may not be heading to college very soon.