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Kim Perks Wiki – Kim Perks Biography

Kim Perks is the wife of Roberto Alomar, a Puerto Rican former Major League Baseball (MLB) player who played for the San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, and Arizona Diamondbacks (1988–2004).

On April 30, 2021, Alomar was fired from both the Blue Jays and MLB amid reports that a female Blue Jays staffer claimed that Alomar had sexually harassed her in 2014. According to The Sports Network, the staffer was preparing to sue Alomar, the Blue Jays, and MLB.

Later on April 30, Manfred announced that following an investigation into those allegations, Alomar had been placed on MLB’s ineligible list and banned from baseball. At the same time, the Blue Jays severed all ties with Alomar, removing his name from the “Level of Excellence” at the Rogers Centre and taking down his Hall of Fame banner. However, he will remain enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

Kim Perks Age

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Kim Perks & Roberto Alomar

The two celebrated their wedding on a Wednesday at 6 p.m., the 12th day of the 12th month of 2012 — 12-12-12. Alomar walked down the aisle to wed Toronto’s Kim Perks before 230 former teammates, friends, and Jays employees at the Art Gallery of Ontario in downtown Toronto.

“It’s the number I always wear, 12-12-12 happens once in a lifetime, so it is a special day for Kim and (me),” said Alomar.

The two initially met in 1991 when Perks was a skybox hostess at the SkyDome for Jay’s games and was on the field for Argos games as a cheerleader.

Roberto Alomar Previous Relations

Alomar married Puerto Rican model Maripily Rivera on June 1, 2009. The next year, Rivera alleged that she had been a victim of aggression from Alomar and that she wanted to end the marriage. Alomar alleged that Rivera had threatened to divorce him unless he gave her half ownership of his Tampa residence. The divorce was finalized on July 12, 2011, with a private settlement.