Dwyane Wade’s Ex-Wife, Siohvaughn Funches is indeed ‘Ratchet Queen of The Week.’ You will agree with us when you find out why she gets the award!
Some celebrity ex-wives and baby mamas simply want to keep the lifestyles they had with their rich and famous husbands, however, every now and then you hear of one that goes for everything; the money, the cars, the houses and the man’s soul. Today, people trolling Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches for going after him hard financially.
Siohvaughn Funches reportedly filed papers in court DEMANDING the judge awards her $10 millions of Dwayne Wade’s money. She claims that Wade’s professional basketball career is a success because she sacrificed her own career in order to raise his two children, Zaire Blessing Dwyane Wade and Zion Malachi Airamis Wade. In addition to the $10m, she wants Wade to pay her law school tuition, travel expenses for the kids when she has them.
Funches claims, in court documents, that Wade’s endorsement deals happened during the marriage; therefore, she deserves an equal share of the earnings. She also detailed how she supported Wade financially in high school, college and helped prepared him for the NBA. Siohvaughn Funches is seeking her fair share from Wade’s T-Mobile, Staples and Gatorade endorsement deals.
Wade’s ex-wife walked away, through a negotiated deal, with $5 millions and the estranged couple’s main Miami home after their divorce was made final in 2010. Dwayne Wade gained full custody of their sons, Zaire Blessing and Zion Malachi Airamis. Funches filed a lawsuit against her lawyer, Brian Hurst, claiming he screwed her by not showing her Wade’s bigger business contracts.
Funches said she would have asked for more money if her lawyer had informed her of all of Wade’s assets. She claims her lawyer forced her into a settlement with her ex-husband and babies daddy instead of going to a jury trial. There, she believed, a jury of her peers would have awarded her way more than what she received from the behind closed door settlement.
“Hurst assured Funches and continued to assure Funches throughout his representation of her, that she was entitled to at least $10,000,000 based on the evidence Hurst had in the case as well as other factors such as the length of the marriage (and) the parties’ employment.” Siohvaughn Funches wrote on her dispositions obtained by black celebrity gossip website bossip.