CBS46 Anchor Sharon Reed - The Rumored LeBron James' Baby Mama Is A Married Woman
One of the sexiest anchors of the United States of America, Sharon Reed has a different love story that divulges a contrasting view than what we have thought for many years in the past.
This beautiful anchor, who is currently making her significant presence with CBS46, was previously linked with LeBron James, also known as King James for many years. James was rumored to have cheated his wife Savannah Brinson with Sharon and Sharon was even alleged to have his baby secretly.
Well, that's what surfaced the media in the past, but the scenario today is entirely different. The rumors have already been settled with Sharon's appearance on V-103 after she spoke with Ryan Cameron in early August this year and denied of bearing James' baby.
So, what does her actual relationship timeline speak for her? Let's dig in to cognize all these facts.
The Relationship Timeline Of Sharon Reed:
The Emmy nominated anchor Sharon is a married woman, who has a small yet beautiful family with her husband. However, she seems to maintain all her personal details concealed, making them less accessible, hiding the information behind her career.
While Sharon's personal details like her age and past dating affairs with boyfriends (if she had any) are still under the wraps; she seems to be flaunting some of her family details through her social media accounts.
In the mid of May this year, she uploaded pictures on the special occasion of Mother's day, which framed her picture-perfect daughter, Ava and her cute scribbled writings.
The caring mother, Sharon also wished Ava on her birthday through a tweet in November 2013.
This anchor, who is known for her crisp storytelling and delivering engaging live reports, hence owns a blissful family as well, and the way she maintains a balance between her career and family is utterly a praiseworthy task.
A Short Wiki-Like Bio Of Sharon Reed:
Earning a graduation from Georgetown University and Master's Degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Sharon began her career as an on-air correspondent for the syndicated program 'American Journal' after finishing her college.
Later, she worked as an anchor and reporter at WOIO/WUAB (Cleveland), WCAU (Philadelphia), WSVN (Miami), and WMAR (Baltimore). Sharon then moved to St. Louis, where she continued her job working at Meredith sister-station KMOV.
During her stay there, she was also active with the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, American Heart Association and Gateway to Hope and helped in launching the 'Take Back the Streets' and 'End Violence STL.' Her last move was to join CBS46 in June 2015 as an anchor for its early evening and late newscasts.
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