WNBA star Glory Johnson is finally paying the piper for her role in a domestic violence incident with her estranged WNBA star wife Brittney Griner -- but she won't do jail time ... TMZ Sports has learned.
Johnson -- who just gave birth to twins in October -- struck a plea deal with prosecutors in which she pled guilty to disorderly conduct ... and in exchange, the assault charge was dropped.
As part of her sentence, Johnson is required to complete a 6 month domestic violence program. She's also not allowed to own a firearm and was ordered to not harass Griner.
It's almost an identical sentence to the one Griner got in her plea deal stemming from the April incident at the couple's home in Arizona ... in which both women allegedly attacked each other.
Brittney suffered a bite wound and cuts in the fight ... Glory was bleeding from her lip.
Brittney and Glory got married shortly after the incident ... only to break up 28 days later. Their divorce is ongoing.