FAST FIVE: "Wrongfully Detained" WNBA Star's Russian Detention Extended After Seen In Court For 1st Time
had for the first time deemed her “wrongfully detained”.
She had reportedly requested to be placed under house arrest, which has been denied.
AP Image: Brittney Griner in a Khimki courtroom, just outside Moscow, Russia, Friday, May 13, 2022.
But it late April, Trevor Reed was released and allowed to return back to the United States as part of a rare prisoner swap brokered between Moscow and Washington.
The former Russian pilot had been serving a 20-year sentence in the US on drug charges.