Deion Sanders Gets Custody of Kids, Pilar Barred From Home | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Deion Sanders Gets Full Custody of Kids, Pilar Ordered To Stay Away

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, May 7th, 2012
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If you need a refresher on the full Deion & Pilar Sanders divorce drama click the link below….

A Complete Recap of Pilar Sanders vs. Deion Sanders Divorce Drama

In the latest legal wrangling, Deion won temporary custody of the kids and Pilar has been barred from their home.

A judge has ordered Deion Sanders’ estranged wife, Pilar Sanders, to stay at least 500 yards from his suburban Dallas home.

State District Judge Ray Wheless also gave the former NFL star temporary custody of their children pending a full custody hearing and ordered that the children undergo psychological counseling.

The judge ruled that the injuries to Pilar Sanders, which she alleged her husband inflicted during an April 23 scuffle at their $5.7 million home in Prosper, were a result of Deion Sanders defending himself from her assault. Wheless said that since Deion Sanders experienced no pain, it was only simple assault, which is punishable by a fine.

You have to wonder what effect this is having on their children.

That is something that isn’t talked about enough.  While Deion’s two older children from a previous marriage Deiondra and Deion Jr are young adults and can handle this a little better, Deion’s three younger kids might not be coping as well.

Hopefully the counseling sessions will help and the divorce can become final, so all parties can move on.

 

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  1. Visitor says:

    Your story is flat out WRONG. Check your sources. The Judge made no decision regarding custody and neither side “won” this hearing. Just another “pro Deion” website reporting lies.

  2. Mark says:

    Ha, once again your writers get ANOTHER STORY WRONG! Check sources before publishing lies!

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