Ugly Divorces: Pilar Claims She’s A “Victim Of Deion Sanders’ Celebrity Status” As She Loses Custody Of Two Sons

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Baby Mama Drama, Cry Me A River, Divorces

pilar and deion sanders

SMH. She wasn’t a victim of his celebrity status when she was spending his celebrity racks and living it up on his celebrity reality TV show…right??
Via Page Six:

The estranged wife of former NFL great Deion Sanders is vowing to continue fighting for her children after losing custody of two of them — and claims she’s a “victim of Deion’s celebrity status.” At a Dallas court hearing on Wednesday, model and actress Pilar Sanders lost temporary custody of her two boys, who have been living with their NFL Network analyst and Hall of Famer father.

The judge also reduced Pilar’s child support from $10,500 to $5,500 a month. She will retain custody of their daughter. Her publicist, Kali Bowyer, said, “Pilar has become a victim of Deion’s celebrity status, which has swayed the courts and blinded justice . . . It has become evident at this point that there is an absolute prejudice against Pilar, and this has become a completely one-sided court circus.” Pilar herself said, “I am sad that Deion has been able to keep my boys away from me since Oct. 26 — no Halloween, no Thanksgiving — and now he is threatening to keep them away from me for Christmas. . . . He is using our innocent children as a pawn in this ugly, ugly divorce.”

What do y’all think??? Does Pilar deserve to lose custody of her boys or this really just blind justice??

Either way, she’s hurting…no sons and only $5,500 monthly in child support for her daughter…Poor thang.


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