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JR Smith’s Girl Has More Tats Than He Does

July 6, 2011 – Allen Moll

Prior to the current lock-out, Denver Nuggets flashy 6th man JR Smith was one of the hottest names along with Philly’s Andre Iguodala, Golden State’s Monta Ellis, and Detroit’s Rip Hamilton as most likely to be traded prior to next season.

But with the Association shut down indefinitely until a new collective bargaining agreement can be reached, the enigmatic shooting guard has been in the news lately for showing out in LA’s Drew Summer League and for his plethora of tattoos, or rather his new girlfriend’s tattoos which are giving JR a run for his money.

JR’s new gal pal is Britanie Girard, a 28 year old hottie who has reportedly over 300 tats ranging from her foot to forehead. She got her first tattoo of a ladybug in honor of her uncle at age 18, and now 10 years later, doesn’t plan on stopping until all 300 tattoos intersect to make a full body sleeve of ink.

She’s originally a native of Inglewood, California but has set up shop in Queens, NY and proclaims to be a body piercing artist by day and a bartender by night, no doubt for the big tips. With a pretty face and measurements of 34B-27-30, she should be some sort of model but doesn’t proclaim to have any inclination of showing off her ass-ets except for her impressive collection of body art.

I wonder if any of JR’s multitude of tattoos were done up by Britanie? My favorite has to be his Young Money joint overtop of the NY Yankees logo that goes across his neck. Geesh, soon he’s going to run out of room.

After the lockout is over Britanie and JR may become a hot item, sort of like the East Coast version of Lamar and Khloe, since the NY Knicks are one of his rumored destinations for next season. The potential move back East does make sense as Smith is a native of Freehold, NJ and played his HS ball at the famed St. Benedicts in Newark.

Check out a few more pics of Britanie Girard’s tattoos:

Allen Moll has been a lifelong NBA and NCAA College Basketball fan who watches and studies games religiously, and coaches youth basketball in his native Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania.  Allen also provides content to,, in addition to being a tenured NBA and NCAA columnist for

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