Dwyane Wade Pays Siohvaughn Funches $5 Million to End Divorce | BlackSportsOnline

Dwyane Wade Pays Ex-Wife Siovaughn $5 Million to End Divorce

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, July 22nd, 2013
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For the record here is what Siohvaughn Funches will get and has gotten during the couple six year divorce saga.

  • $25k a month spousal support
  • $10k a month in travel expenses
  • $1 Million Lump Sum
  • Mortgage Paid
  • 4 cars
  • Insurance Paid
  • Taxes Paid
  • Security at Home Paid
  • All Attorney Fees Paid

And finally……….

I know Siovaughn would maybe trade all that in for her kids and maybe Wade is a terrible person behind the scenes, but she needs to use that $5 million to get her life in order, so she can have a strong relationship with her sons in the future.

One small tidbit remember when Siovaughn said her voice couldn’t be bought while she was ranting on the street?  Well, according to ESPN part of getting the $5 million means she can’t speak negatively of Wade anymore.

Everyone has a price.

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  1. ELove says:

    $10 a month in travel expenses <—- THIS is a Misprint RIGHT?!!!? O_o

  2. truth Speaker says:

    Wade is a fraud

  3. Tonya says:

    25k a month, your mortgage and expenses are paid and Wade is a fraud. No way. If you didn’t see through that homeless stage act, sorry for you. They have been divorced for 6 years, even if it was Wade’s fault, at some point she needs to take responsibility for her own life and get herself together to be a better mother to her kids.

  4. elvis says:

    she need to get a life. all that money and still bad talking the dude

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