A judge in Chicago ordered sheriff’s deputies to take Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade’s estranged wife into custody after she failed to show up for a Monday divorce hearing.
Siohvaughn Wade will have to post $10,000 bond to be released, Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega said. The sheriff’s department couldn’t immediately say when the order would be carried out.
“When things don’t go according to Mrs. Wade’s way all of a sudden the phone’s turned off,” said Nega, clearly exasperated when Siohvaughn Wade’s attorney explained she had not been able to reach her client.
After she chose not to show up for Monday morning’s divorce hearing, Siohvaughn Wade has been threatened by Judge Marya Nega.
At the hearing Monday morning, Cook County Circuit Judge Marya Nega said the contentious breakup involving the Miami Heat guard and Siohvaughn Wade was “beginning to spiral out of control.” Wade attended court Monday morning but his estranged wife did not appear. The judge delayed the hearing until the afternoon to give Siohvaughn Wade time to get to court.