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Jay Williams Girlfriend 2019 Is Married to Wife Who

Jay Williams is currently married to Nikki Bonacorsi since 2018. The couple welcomed a daughter in October 2018 and named her ‘Amelia Brooklyn-Rose’. Apparently, Nikki is a marketing graduate and worked as a Business Developer with big names. Prior to Nikki, Jay has dated TV host Charissa Thompson for more than two years from 2013 to 2015. According to Thompson, the two were split because of her work which needs a lot of time and left her unfocused on the relationship. However, even after the split, both of them shared a comfortable and friendly relationship.

There was an awkward episode, when Thompson’s private data was leaked and that date included her intimate photos and videos with Jay but both of them handle the mishap gracefully and still sharing a strong friendship.

Who is Jay Williams Married to?

Jay Willaims Wife 2019:

  • Nikki Bonacorsi is married to Williams since 2018.
  • They invited a daughter in Oct 2018.

Jay Williams Girlfriend 2019:

  • Who is Jay Williams Dating to?

NO, he is not dating anybody.

He is married to Nikki Bonacorsi since last year. The couple dated for about an year and then got married in 2018. Prior to Nikki, he also dated Charissa Thompson for about two years.

Is Jay Williams Single?

  • No, he is married.

Jay and Charissa

Short Bio:

Jay William was born ‘Jason David Williams’  in 1981 in Plainfield, New Jersey. He changed his name from Jason to Jay when he started his NBA career in 2002. He started to play basketball at a young age and his skills were fully polished since he enters college. During college years, he played for Duke University’s Blue Devils and won NCAA Championship in 2001 and called for NABC player of the year. Then he was drafted by NBA in 2002 and played for Chicago Bulls but unfortunately, his NBA career calls for an abrupt end after facing a motorcycle accident in 2003. Then, he tried to make a come back in 2006 and joined New Jersey Nets and Austin Toros for the brief period but calls it a final end after the injury in December 2006. Currently, he is working as an Analyst for ESPN.

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