Divorce Drama: Miami Court Rules In Favor Of DWade’s Ex Siovaughn And Says She’s NOT Mentally Unstable

- By Bossip Staff

“Psycho Siovaughn” may not be crazy after all…

Miami Court Rules In Favor Of Dwyane Wade’s Ex-Wife

An appeals court in Miami just shot down Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade in his on-going custody battle against ex-wife Siohvaughn Funches.

Via GossipExtra reports:

The Third District Court of Appeals announced minutes ago it ruled against Wade in his attempt to have Funches, the mother of his two boys, mentally evaluated and her time with their children further reduced.

The court found that Funches’ videotaped protest against a court system that she believes is against her over the summer didn’t provide a sufficient reason to have her studied by a shrink!

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.

Today’s opinion: Funches was a woman “passionately voicing her views,” it reads.

What’s more, 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.”

Funches’ Florida lawyer, Lisa Macci, saluted the appeals court’s decisions. She’s claimed that Marin was more star-struck than impartial.

“We’re getting a new judge and the order that Siohvaughn undergo a psychological evaluation is no more,” Macci said. “Justice prevailed. I’m just happy the appeals court was not swayed by (Wade’s) celebrity status as law should not be.”

Evan Marks, Wade’s local lawyer, has yet to return calls for comment.

Despite the fact that Wade’s divorce has been final for three years, the aftermath of the case morphed into increasingly bitter court battles both in his native Chicago and SoFla estimated to have cost Wade in excess of $10 million. So far!

Maybe everyone got this whole thing wrong and Siovaughn isn’t some crazy angry bird. Do you think the appeals court ruled correctly?

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