Just when we thought the battle between NBA champion, Dwyane Wayne and his ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches-Wade was over, Siohvaughn has more to say.
The Chicago Sun Times is reporting Siohvaughn is suing her ex-husband over endorsement money he may have made recently, which goes against a 2008 court agreement.
Siohvaughn Wade filed the suit Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court, claiming proceeds from the Miami Heat star’s endorsement deals are not being fully deposited into a joint account controlled by them both, as required in a 2008 agreement.
That agreement had previously been thrown out in domestic court during the couple’s bitter custody battle, but was later restored after his ex-wife appealed the decision, Tuesday’s suit claims. The agreement also requires Wade to pay half of the income from his 2006 NBA contract into the account.
The suit, filed by attorney William P. Suriano, claims Siohvaughn Wade has been unable to pay her mortgage or home or auto insurance because of funds withheld from Wade’s endorsement deals with retailers T-Mobile, Staples, Gatorade and Li Ning, a Chinese sporting goods company.
The battle between Dwyane and his ex-wife has been an on-going hot mess on the blogs for years now. We thought it was over in 2011 when the court awarded Dwyane sole custody of his two sons.
The two-count suit claims breach of contract and civil conspiracy. It claims a total of $2 million in damages from Wade, his attorney, a financial advisor and the four companies involved in the endorsement deals.
Hopefully, everyone can settle this matter out of the courts for the sake of those boys.
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