If you thought the divorce drama between Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches was over, you were dead wrong. Days after Siohvaughn was presented with a settlement offer and staged a “protest” in front of the downtown courthouse where the trial was taking place, DWade’s lawyer filed an emergency motion to keep Siohvaughn from her scheduled visitation with their two sons.
The custody part of their divorce is handled in Miami, last weekend Dwyane’s attorney filed a motion claiming that Siohvaughn is not in the right state of mind to see her children. He wants to suspend visitation until Siohvaughn submits to a psych evaluation.
I spoke with Siohvaughn at length on Friday, Siohvaughn went as far as to call the same police department that arrested her last June on Father’s Day when she was accused of kidnapping their children. The police informed Funches that the case was not in their jurisdiction. Ms. Funches maintains that had she made the same action – keeping her sons from Mr. Wade’s court-scheduled time- she would’ve been met with arrest.
Funches’ camp is filing a response to Wade’s motion to suspend time-sharing, saying there’s no legal basis for the request and arguing that Funches is no threat to the boys.
As for that settlement, Siohvaughn says that the settlement is the same one that has been presented to her for some time and it also contains a gag order. As of Friday, she hadn’t signed it yet. She also reiterated that after every instance of her speaking out publicly against Dwyane, some sort of legal retaliation is brought forth. After the courthouse incident, DWade took to Instagram to share his thoughts.
The two are scheduled to meet up in court, this time in Florida – on Tuesday.