Tommy Paul Wins Paige Lorenze as the Tennis WAG!

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Tex Hollywood - January 18, 2023

Paige Lorenze is currently at the Australian Open with her boyfriend, US Tennis player Tommy Paul, who won yesterday's match but more importantly won Paige as his girl.

She's more than just a wife or girlfriend of a professional athlete, she's also a baeb, as you'd expect a wife or girlfriend to a professional athlete to be.

She runs her own brand called Dairy Boy , which is based on her early years spent in Vermont, the dairy hub of the northeast, just as Ben and Jerry, where she went was a competitive skier that didn't quite make it to the Olympics, but seemed to be working in that direction.

She realized that Oat Milk and dairy alternatives from the factories or labs were not as good as the farm fresh, cow sourced kind and came up with the catch phrase Dairy Girl/Boy, as opposed to Soy Boy, you get the idea, and made merch around it. There is no word on when she's launching her Dairy They/Them products, but it's likely in the works!

Before she dated Tommy Paul, she was with country singer Morgan Wallen and before that she was with Armie Hammer and involved in part of the scandal that brought him down.

She claims he carved the letter "A" into her pubic bone with a knife during their routine BDSM nights, which is insane and she's also the one who brought out the "Cannibal" claimns as he suggested she remove her ribs for him to smoke and eat.

What a next level competitive skier from Vermont turned tennis girlfriend origin story, damn!

Here are some pics of her:

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