She has audio recordings of Lorenzen Wright‘s Ex-wife Sherra Wright threatening to harm Lorenzen, Wendy Wilson, personal assistant of former NBA player Wright said. She claims she played the recordings for Lorenzen, his parents and Memphis police before his murder.
“I have the evidence that she said these things… and she knows it,” Lorenzen’s former personal assistant Wendy Wilson says.
According to myeyewitnessnews.com reported that, From the day Lorenzen Wright’s body was found riddled with bullets in a grassy field in Southeast Memphis, Wilson insisted the investigation should focus on Wright’s ex-wife, Sherra wright. Wilson says the recordings she made of Sherra Wright’s conversations were so unsettling she warned Lorenzen, his parents and Memphis police.
While describing the tone of the calls, Wilson said, “Oh, just basically… things like if she caught him with anyone else, she’d have him ‘F’d up’ or whatever.” She went on to say, “I’ve let the mother hear, I’ve let the father hear, I’ve let him hear. I went to Memphis police because I was concerned and made a report. Her conversation was all over… but at the same time it was threatening.”
Sherra Wright’s divorce attorney, Gail Mathes, paints a different picture of her client. Mathes says Sherra wright is a devoted and loving mother of six, struggling to pay the bills.
“He gave her a little bit of money and she kept track of it. But, he wasn’t giving her much to support the family,” Mathes said.
When the couple divorced, the court ordered Lorenzen to pay Sherra $26,000 a month in child support and alimony. Mathes says the former NBA player, who earned more than $50 million during his career, hadn’t made any payments since November.
“I just feel like Sherra Wright is being placed in a bad light,” Mathes says. “She does not deserve it all. She’s been an incredible mother and woman. And she’s done her best to shield her children from finical difficulties.”
The children are now left to grow up without their famous father; a hometown hero who, Wendy Wilson says, trusted her to have his back… just in case.
“He’s a friend and he asked me to keep the tapes,” Wilson said. “I’m a friend to the end, but when it’s all said and done, he wouldn’t have asked me to keep them if he didn’t think he’d need them someday.”
Lorenzen Wright’s family declined to comment on the situation.