Fighting through and proving fake accusations is a very difficult task, especially when you are a celebrity and the media wants a controversy. Callie Rivers was involved in a sex tape scandal where she was not even the girl on the tape. Although it was later proved that the girl on the tape wasn’t her but for a certain time the media was constantly at her neck. This must have been very difficult but she came through. She is a retired indoor volleyball player who comes from a family involved in sports.
Callie Rivers was born on the 17th of September in 1989 in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. As of 2019, she is 30 years old. She was born to father Doc Rivers, who is a former NBA player and currently coaches the Los Angeles Clippers.
There is no information regarding her mother but Callie’s brother Austin Rivers plays point guard and sometimes shooting guard for Washington Wizards.
Callie went to Winter Park High School in Winter Park, Florida where she played from their volleyball team. She was also named High School Player of The Year by Florida Gatorade in 2006.
There is no doubt that Callie Rivers is a beautiful woman. She has had many relationships in the past. People have linked her up with many people in the NFL and NBA. She was dating NFL linebacker Brandon Spikes who was involved in a sex tape controversy. The girl in the sex tape was confirmed to be someone else and not Callie but the guy was Brandon.
After this, she had a fling with Dexter Strickland that only lasted a short time. Not long after, she started dating Paul George. This relationship ended after a year.
Following their breakup news came out that Paul had impregnated a stripper but nothing has been officially confirmed. Callie hasn’t married anyone yet but with the right guy, she might get hitched soon. Rivers is currently engaged to Portland Trailblazers player Seth Curry, her childhood sweetheart. She gave birth to their first child.
Callie Rivers’ net worth in 2019 is estimated to be around $8 million that she might have collected from her playing career.
Her career started in high school where she played for the volleyball team. She won the Florida Gatorade High School Player of the Year in 2006. Later, she played for the USA Junior National A2 Team at the USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball team. Here she became MVP and had her jersey retired by her high school in honor of her achievements.
In 2007 she started college at the University of Florida. That year she came fourth in the rankings by an average of kills per game. In 2008 she led her team to the SEC title and got in the honorable mentions for the All-America team.
In 2009 her rise didn’t stop and she got into the All-America Third team. Finally, in her last year of college, she got into the All-America First Team.