Fake Matrimony-dom: Were Gabrielle Union And Dwyane Wade Legally Married Or Nah?

- By Bossip Staff

Reports Claim Gabrielle Union And Dwyane Wade Never Mailed Back Signed Marriage License

Ruh-Roh! New reports have surfaced claiming that D-Wade and Gabrielle’s “union” isn’t really legally recognized by the state of Florida because there’s no record of their signed marriage license.

According to Gossip Extra reports:

His license to marry actress Gabrielle Union has yet to find its way into state records nearly six months after their Cinderella wedding!

And that, says Miami-Dade County marriage license manager Roberto Reboso, could be a problem for the lovebirds if they ever want to prove they’re indeed hitched!

“We know they’re married from what they said on TV,” Reboso said. “And they obtained a marriage license before the ceremony.

“But they still haven’t returned the licensed signed by the person who officiated the ceremony,” Reboso said. “So their marriage has not been recorded by the state.”

Wowsers… It this a shocker to you or no?

Records show Wade and Union, the 42-year-old star of the TV series Being Mary Jane, went to a Miami-Dade County office to pick up an unsigned license Aug. 26, 2014.

Then dozens of their closest friends and most of Wade’s Heat teammates watched them exchange vows in a ceremony officiated by actress Essence Atkins on the steps of a mansion Aug. 30 in Homestead.

Wade and Union were married during weekend-long extravaganza that set him back $5 million!

Thing is: Floridians are asked to send the signed license back to the county to make it official within 10 days of the ceremony.

Wade and Union have yet to do that.

“It happens that some people don’t send it back,” Reboso said. “But in case of legal problems, or if one of members of a couple were to die, the other would not be able to claim his or her property.”

So apparently they’re on CPT when it comes to their marriage. Should we be surprised after how long it took for them to get hitched in the first place? Just sayin’. Is it safe to say these new reports should help them expedite the process?


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