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Matters appear to be getting particularly nasty in the impending divorce between Sale Johnson and Ahmad Rashad. Last week we shared the story that the two were getting divorced, and that Johnson didn’t like Rashad hanging out with Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods, whom she considered to be bad influences. The latest report says that Johnson is banning her soon-to-be ex-husband from entering the gated community where their mansion is located. Johnson, who is the ex-wife of Johnson & Johnson heir/New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, had the former wide receiver’s fob deactivated so that he can’t get past the guard gate, Gossip Extra reports. They say Johnson, a former fashion model, told security guards not to let him into the community unless she approves. Johnson and Rashad were married in 2007 and share a five-bedroom home in the exclusive The Bears Club community in Jupiter, Fla. The deed for the $5 million home reportedly is in Johnson’s name. Those who figured Rashad was marry...
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