En Vogue’s Cindy Herron, 61, is finally single after her divorce from her ex-husband and retired MLB player, Glenn Braggs, 60, finalized. The two were together for nearly 30 years.
According to The Blast, the divorce was finalized on Jan. 11, 2023. Herron and Braggs agreed to waive spousal support and allowed the court to eliminate their authority toward spousal support in the future.
The couple also compromised on their property. Furthermore, Herron and Braggs seemingly want to get the divorce over with, considering they continued to have separate bank accounts (something they’ve had for almost three decades) and real estate assets.
The outlet reported that legal documents showed that Herron was reportedly unemployed but did receive $1,998.67 monthly ($23,984 annually) as a source of income, and it’s based on unemployment payments and other unspecified income.
Braggs is also unemployed; however, he reportedly received $9,000 a month ($108,000 annually) due to pension, retirement funds, unemployment compensation, and more.
As previously reported by Sis2Sis, Herron was the one to file for divorce, claiming “irreconcilable differences” were why she filed for divorce. It’s unclear if the couple had a prenup.
Herron and Braggs shared four children: Jordan, Natalia, Donovan and Solomon. Three of the children are adults.
The two got married in 1994.
Herron is a member of the early ’90s R&B group En Vogue, known for their hits like “Free Your Mind,” “Don’t Let Go,” “Hold On,” and “My Lovin’.” The other current members of the group are Tery Ellis and Rhona Bennett.
Their latest performance was for Hilton Grand Vacations in Orlando for their Tournament of Champions concert series.
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Braggs is a retired MLB player who went “viral” in the ’90s after swinging at the plate, missing the ball and accidentally breaking his bat on his back. Ironically, commentators were describing Braggs’ physique as the body of an NFL player moments before the bat broke.