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American football running back
Born: March 3, 1962 (age 60 years), Wrightsville, Georgia, United States
Spouse: Julie Blanchard (m. 2021), Cindy DeAngelis Grossman (m. 1983–2002)
Children: Christian Walker
Party: Republican Party
Career end: 1997
Height: 1.85 m
Awards: Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award
Birthday: March 3, 1962 (Pisces)
Born In: Wrightsville, Georgia, United States
Age: 60 Years, 60 Year Old Males
Spouse/Ex-: Cindy DeAngelis Grossman (M. 1983–2002)
Father: Willis Walker
Mother: Christine Walker
Children: Christian Walker
Born Country: United States
Black Sportspersons American Football Players
Height: 6’1″ (185 cm), 6’1″ Males
U.S. State: Georgia, African-American From Georgia
Education: University Of Georgia, Johnson County High School
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Walker lived in Westlake, Texas, before moving to the Buckhead district of Atlanta prior to running for Senate in 2022. He formerly lived in the Las Colinas area of Irving, Texas.
Walker married his college sweetheart, Cindy DeAngelis Grossman, in 1983. They have a son named Christian. After 19 years of marriage, they divorced in 2002. Julie Blanchard said she was Walker’s fiancée from 2012; Walker married Blanchard in 2021.
In filing for divorce in 2001, Walker’s wife accused him of “physically abusive and extremely threatening behavior.”
After the divorce, she told the media that, during their marriage, Walker pointed a pistol at her head and said: “I’m going to blow your f’ing brains out.” She also said he had used knives to threaten her.
In 2005, a restraining order was imposed on Walker regarding Grossman, after Grossman’s sister stated in an affidavit that Walker told her “unequivocally that he was going to shoot my sister Cindy and her boyfriend in the head.”
As a result, a temporary gun-owning ban was also issued to Walker by a judge.
Walker stated that he does not remember the assault or the threats and attributed his aberrant behavior with his wife and others to his dissociative identity disorder for which he was diagnosed in 2001.
Walker has two additional sons and a daughter whom he did not publicly acknowledge before his 2022 US Senate campaign; he did so in June 2022, one day after The Daily Beast reported on one of his additional sons.
Walker said that month, during a conference, that he “never denied” having four children.
The Daily Beast later reported that Walker had lied to his 2022 Senate campaign about how many children he had, while The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported “allies to Walker” stating that Walker had not been honest about how many children he had.
Walker said that he did not publicly acknowledge his children to prevent exposing them to unwanted attention, and criticized the claim that “I hide my children because I don’t discuss them with reporters to win a campaign”.
Earlier during his Senate campaigning, Walker repeatedly discussed his relationship with eldest son Christian.
Prior to publicly acknowledging his other children, in a 2020 interview, Walker said that fatherless households were a “major, major problem” in African-American communities.
In October 2022, Walker’s adult son Christian criticised Walker, stating, “my favorite issue to talk about is father absence.
Surprise! Because it affected me. He has four kids, four different women. Wasn’t in the house raising one of them.
He was out having sex with other women.”
Also in October 2022, the mother of another of Walker’s sons (born in 2012), said that Walker had seen his son “maybe … three times”, with Walker’s parenting contributions mostly being court-ordered child support and sporadic gifts, while suggesting that the gifts were actually from Walker’s fiancée/wife Julie Blanchard, and not from him.
In October 2022, Walker’s adult son Christian publicly accused Walker of having threatened to kill him and his mother.
He addressed Walker on Twitter, stating: “You’re not a ‘family man’ when you left us to bang a bunch of women, threatened to kill us, and had us move over 6 times in 6 months running from your violence … how DARE YOU LIE and act as though you’re some ‘moral, Christian, upright man’ …
You’ve lived a life of DESTROYING other peoples lives.” Soon after Christian made the allegations, Walker wrote on Twitter that he loved his son “no matter what”.