We cannot take away from Charlotte Flair, she’s a super woman; one with strong personality and figure. Yes, in the ring, she can be called a heroine hence she recently spoke about become as great as WWE legend The Rock.
“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair’s daughter Charlotte confirmed her relationship with Andrade at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony earlier this year.
Ric Flair recently appeared on the WINCLY podcast and spoke in regards to his feelings about the 29-year-old tranquilo Superstar who is currently dating his daughter.
“I think [Andrade] is fantastic. He is unique in how he can be a heavyweight but he can also work with Rey Mysterio,” Flair said on the show.
However, her life outside the WWE television hasn’t been all sweet and rosy; she seems to be following the same part of her father, Ric Flair who has married and divorced over four women.
Flair was the husband to Leslie Goodman from 1971 to 1983, Elizabeth Flair from 1983 to 2006, and Tiffany VanDemark from 2006 to 2009, before he eventually married Jacqueline in 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina and their relationship lasted for just three years before they divorced on September 3, 2012.
And now Ric Flair is currently married to Wendy Barlow, the two got married — It will be Flair’s fifth marriage, following his last divorce in 2012.
On the other hand, Charlotte Flair had a relationship with Riki Johnson, whom she later married but divorced within two years. Yes, she married Riki Johnson in May 2010 and they went their separate ways in 2012.
Life went on as it will always and in 2013, Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr was married a second time to Thomas Latimer, a fellow wrestler better known by his ring name Bram. Their divorce was finalized on October 29, 2015, in the state of Florida.
Before this, Charlotte Flair was arrested on September 5, 2008 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, for assaulting a police officer after a fight involving Fliehr, her then-boyfriend, and her father. Her father, Flair refused to press charges against his daughter in the end but she still had to face the charges for resisting arrest.
She pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and was sentenced to 45 days in jail, which was suspended to supervised probation and a $200 fine — Her initial sentence of 45 days in jail was eventually reduced to probation and a fine and Charlotte thankfully avoided jail time.