Sherra’s marriage to Lorenzen lasted 13 years, but was anything but blissful. In her book, Mr. Tell Me Anything, Sherra Robinson-Wright writes about a woman “Sharon Roberson” who’s married to an NBA player, “the man of her dreams”. The NBA player and “Sharon’s” lives mirror those of Lorenzen and Sherra, from meeting the player from playing on “Sharon’s” father’s basketball team, to their age differences, and the number of kids they have. “Sharon’s” marriage is plagued with domestic violence on both ends, stemming from the husband’s need to control and “Sharon’s” jealousy from his infidelities. The book reportedly ends with a cliffhanger of “Mr. Tell Me Anything” paying “the ultimate price” for his cheating and abusive ways, marked “the beginning of their end”.
Sherra reportedly said the book is “99.99 percent’’ is based on her life, but said she fictionalized some things and shielded identities for “legal purposes.’’ In the book, “Sharon’s” children witnessed the domestic violence between she and her NBA star husband. This angered some of Lorenzen’s friends who felt Sherra threw him under the bus in her book.
Just like Sherra, “Sharon” is from Memphis, stands 5’10, and has 6 children. “Sharon’s” husband, “Mr. Tell Me Anything” mirrors Lorenzen, as he is from Mississippi, is 6’11 tall, and has played basketball in all the same cities as Lorenzen.
Not unlike, her character “Sharon”, Sherra also sought to teach her cheating husband a lesson. Lorenzen Wright’s personal assistant told reporters Sherra used to leave Lorenzen threatening messages, even saying she would kill him if he dated another woman after her.
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