Dwyane Wade and sons Zion and Zaire
The Judiciary Report wholeheartedly disagrees with this decision. Siohvaughn is showing all the signs of mental illness, which could pose a serious risk to the former couple's two minor children.
Siohvaughn's visits with their children should be supervised, as she is on a spite spree against her ex-husband and if she is in the wrong frame of mind, one day the children could be endangered.
Court Rejects Dwyane Wade's Request for Mental Evaluation on Ex-Wife
Posted: 10/24/2013 08:45 AM EDT - Dwyane Wade's bid to get sole custody of his two sons just got a little bit harder. A Miami court rejected the NBA star's request to have his ex-wife SiohvaughnFunches mentally evaluated. The court found that Funches' erratic display in front of a Chicago courthouse over the summer — during which she staged a videotaped protest over the couple's financial settlement — is insufficient grounds to order the evaluation...
Wade’s lawyers used the protest to allege that Funches is mentally unstable and a danger to others to support their attempt to limit her interaction with her sons. Rather, Funches was a woman "passionately voicing her views," the court's opinion reads. To make matters worse for Wade, the appeals court also ordered the judge on the case, Antonio Marin, removed for his siding with Wade and denying Funches "the most basic right of due process."...