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Dwyane Wade: “Siohvaughn Attacked Me With Marble Object”

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, October 16th, 2010
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Have you ever eaten on a marble table?

Marble is a very heavy.

If you come after someone with a piece of marble, you are intending to do some damage.  This is what D Wade claims in the latest round of testimony in the child custody case with his ex-wife Siohvaughn Wade.

JocksandStilettoJill breaks down the what Wade had to say:

Wade testified that that a then-pregnant Siohvaughn attacked him and threw a marble object at him during an argument in the bathroom at the home they shared in Florida. He said that he “sat her down aggressively” on an ottoman during that argument to subdue her, but that she kept swinging and hit herself, resulting in a bloody lip.

He stated his ex-wife stopped returning calls, texts and e-mails and wouldn’t allow him to see the kids unless she was around.

In May, Siohvaughn Wade filed a lawsuit on the children behalf saying Wade and Union engaged in sex acts in front of the boys, which “severely inflicted the Plaintiffs emotionally and mentally.” It also claims that the boys received “medium size gifts” from Dwyane Wade for Christmas last year, while Union got “the biggest gift of all.”

That suit was dismissed.

Wade said, flat out, “never happened” when Pritkin asked about the sexual foreplay. As for giving Union bigger gifts, he responded, “Not at all.”

#1 concern should be the boys and it appears Wade has that in mind which is important.  Hopefully Siohvaughn has that same concern.  I get why she is upset— the facts are Wade did carry on a public affair while they were married (or separated if you believe him), but at some point you just have to move on, take the cash and find you a pool boy.

You don’t want your kids growing up twisted in the head because their parents couldn’t act like adults.

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