Arrest Warrant Issued for Dwyane Wade’s Wife Siohvaughn; $10,000 Bond | BlackSportsOnline

Arrest Warrant Issued for Dwyane Wade’s Wife Siohvaughn; $10,000 Bond

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, May 10th, 2010
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All I can do is shake my head and let you read the details from USA Today:

A judge in Chicago ordered sheriff’s deputies to take Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade’s estranged wife into custody after she failed to show up for a Monday divorce hearing.

Siohvaughn Wade will have to post $10,000 bond to be released, Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega said. The sheriff’s department couldn’t immediately say when the order would be carried out.

Nega said she was tired of what she called a pattern of behavior by Siohvaughn Wade throughout her contentious divorce from the basketball player and Chicago native.

“When things don’t go according to Mrs. Wade’s way all of a sudden the phone’s turned off,” said Nega, clearly exasperated when Siohvaughn Wade’s attorney explained she had not been able to reach her client.

Dwyane Wade’s attorney had planned to ask Monday that his client be given physical custody of the couple’s two boys, ages 8 and 2.

The judge said Siohvaughn Wade had refused to comply with other orders. For example, Nega said, Siohvaughn Wade has not followed an order to make sure the couple’s two children talk to their father every day. Nega also noted the children were not at their Chicago school last week to be picked up by Dwyane Wade’s sister as the judge had ordered.

The judge said her main concern was what the couple’s ongoing divorce was doing to the children and suggested she may order custody be given to Dwyane Wade.

“Maybe it’s time for the kids to go live with Dad for a month or two,” the judge said.

I agree with the judge that maybe it is time for the kids to stay with D Wade for a bit while Siohvaughn *hopefully* gets her affairs in order.

At this point, you have to worry about her well-being; hopefully someone has been in touch with her to make sure she is okay.

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