The 2016 World Series MVP created the claim against Forrest Crain & Co.. CEO Bryon Yawn at a May suit, the Journal Star reported Monday. Zobrist maintained his spouse and Yawn had the affair whilst Yawn had been their pastor at Community Bible Church in Nashville. According to the newspaper, Yawn functioned as the couple's pre- and - post-marital adviser and that he and Julianna began speaking more in 2018 and had a sexual relationship in 2019.
Yawn's wife, Robin, allegedly found prepaid phones the two were having to speak to each other and she alerted that the former MLB player of the alleged event, originally believing that they were at a psychological relationship. Julianna Zobrist would later confess to getting the sexual connection in June 2020 through their divorce proceeding.
Yawn can also be accused of getting Zobrist sign autographs, get tickets for baseball games, sponsor occasions in his house and send private messages newly baptized members of this church, the newspaper reported. The lawsuit also asserted that Yawn obtained $3,500 monthly checks by a nonprofit Zobrist founded for 2 weeks after he had been terminated as executive director in March 2019.
Ben Zobrist in May 2019 registered for legal separation from Julianna, alleging she"was guilty of inappropriate marital conduct," in accordance with this Tennessean.
Zobrist at the time required a leave of absence from baseball. He rejoined the Cubs at September 2019 and could retire at the close of this 2019 season.