Brittney was arrested in February after she was accused of bringing hashish oil in her luggage to a Moscow airport. She later fessed up to the crime, and was sentenced to nine years in prison over it all in August. She is appealing the ruling, though she's expected to lose that at a hearing later this month.
And, Cherelle said the last time they were able to speak on the phone, she sensed something was very wrong with her wife.
"It was the most disturbing phone call I had ever experienced," Cherelle said. "And I've known BG 11 years. So I'm like, that was the most disturbing conversation."
Cherelle added that she's very worried Brittney could ultimately be moved to a labor camp following her appeal hearing on Oct. 25.
"My brain can't even fathom it," she said.
The White House has been in talks with Russia about getting Brittney out -- confirming it's made a substantial offer to the foreign country for her. President Joe Biden, meanwhile, has vowed to work "tirelessly" to bring the basketball player home.