Venus And Serena’s Half-Sister Slams ‘King Richard’ Movie

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It’s not all fairytales for some of the Williams’ sisters.

Venus and Serena’s half-sister shared some details about her rocky relationship with their father Richard Williams, the man now forever known as King Richard.

Sabrina Williams’s late mother was married to the former tennis coach in the early sixties. The couple had four children together shortly before Williams allegedly walked out on his family according to the Wimbledon champs estranged sister. Sabrina was just 8-years-old during the time of the incident.

“My sister Reneeka was a baby eight weeks old when my dad left,” she told The Sun in an exclusive interview.

“How do you leave a baby? I was eight years old, and he left under the pretense ‘I’m gonna get you a bike?’ I can laugh about it now.”


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Sabrina slammed the Williams Sister’s newly released biopic King Richard for how they portrayed her Father.

“I don’t think it should have taken up the whole movie, but, to give the movie some more credibility, at least reference it, as he left us when he was a grown man,” she continued. Does anyone believe this story? Wow, really, it’s all there on Google.”

“I get it, every movie is slightly economical with the truth, but because it’s Venus and Serena, nobody is going to put anything bad about them, or make it seem like they were part of something bad,” she added. “Truth be told, those girls rose to the top while his other children had to suffer because of the choices my dad made, we were raised in poverty after he left.”

Sabrina alleged that her father left the family when her mother was battling cancer in 1998. She says they fell on tough times financially before her passing.

Completely omitting King Richard’s first family was a choice they made.

At the end of the day it’s just a movie to entertain people.


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