Gabrielle sued for dating D. Wade

    Dwyane Wade’s estranged wife is suing Gabrielle Union for allegedly breaking up her marriage to the NBA star.
     
    ChicagoBreakingNews.com reports that Siovaughn Wade filed suit against the actress on behalf of her kids with D. Wade.
     
    Gabby has played seductive characters several times—most notably in Two Can Play That Game.  Siovaughn’s suit claims that the actress got a little too comfortable with the typecast, stating that Gabriel "apparently decided to take her role beyond the films and into the home of a married man…in the presence of his two minor children."


     
    According to the Chicago-Sun Times, Gabrielle is overly affectionate with Dwyane in front of the NBA player’s sons, ages 8 and 2. Siovaughn even charges that the actress "engaged in sexual foreplay" with D. wade in front of the boys.
     
    As a result of, the older child has been traumatized, suffering from headaches and hair loss so severe that he’s getting bald spots. Reportedly, he has also been subject to court-ordered mental evaluation at the University of Chicago. 
     
    Siovaughn, who hasn’t offered any comment on the lawsuit, is seeking an undisclosed amount in damages from Gabrielle.
     
    Dwayne told TMZ.com that he’s shocked Siovaughn would make such explosive accusations against Gabby. "
    t is clear that this is a desperate attempt to retaliate against me for seeking sole custody of our children and requesting that the court have her undergo a psychiatric examination," he said in a statement.
     
    But Gabrielle made it clear she can speak for herself, apologizing to the Chicago courts for having to handle "erroneous claims when there are real victims who should be receiving the legal attention they need."
     

     

     

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