"I Wasn't The Homewrecker" Ex-Wife Of Dwyane Wade Writes A Tell-All Book Of Marriage And Alleged Affair
|"I Wasn't The Homewrecker" Ex-Wife Of Dwyane Wade Writes|
A Tell-All Book Of Marriage And Alleged Affair
Siohvaughn Funches is publishing a 295-page, tell-all book called “The True Story of God’s Glory” in which she details the ugly divorce that took place.
The former Mrs. Wade said she felt like she was living in a $4 million "prison" while living in her Miami mansion with her high school sweetheart.
At one point, she writes, an unnamed teammate of Wade's suggested that she have an affair after a game "while still inside the Miami Heat arena."
Funches-Wade also says she regrets having an abortion.
But the book isn't all negative. She also details her Christian faith, and how it helped her overcome the divorce and eventually go to law school.
Funches-Wade claims that Wade allegedly told her that, “I want to sow my wild oats” and “This isn’t your money and if you leave, nobody is going to want you and you aren’t going to have anything without me. You will end up having to go back and live at your mama’s house."
|Siohvaughn And Dwyane Wade|
Wade-Funches believes that Wade’s current wife, actress Gabrielle Union, is one of the reasons for their bitter divorce. She has filed a lawsuit against Union in the past.
So basically, she’s after Wade’s money — again. In their settlement, Wade was given sole custody of their two kids, but clearly, that isn’t what bothers Funches-Wade the most.
She is trying to have a $5 million divorce settlement thrown out by a Cook County judge. She has already gone through 11 lawyers, trying to file a malpractice suit.
This book is another turn in the sad story that has become Funches-Wade’s attempt to embarrass the future Hall-of-Famer. Wade is clearly going to have to deal with a lot more than just basketball next year in Chicago. Best of luck D-Wade.
"I got divorced and had both my children wrongfully taken from me, I lost my home and my health, my reputation was destroyed," she writes.
"But it was all nothing compared to the pain I felt from the love of money.
From that pain I am still healing to this day. I had never felt in my life true emptiness until my bank account was full."