Siohvaughn Wade appeared in a Chicago court this morning -- one of her many visits in her drawn out divorce battle with NBA baller Dwyane Wade -- but bolted when the judge asked her to sign documents.
According to NBCChicago:
Siohvaughn Wade left the courthouse Friday morning without signing documents the judge asked her to sign, including an order spelling out the visitation schedule and future court dates. Her attorney, Marsha Fisher, scrambled frantically after Mrs. Wade and tried to get her back in the courtroom. Mrs. Wade apparently didn't like what the judge had to say. Judge Marya Nega told Mrs. Wade that the custody trial would start July 19 -- whether she has an attorney or not...."If you don't have an attorney that is ready, willing, and able to represent you, then you're Perry Mason; you're going to be representing yourself," said Nega.How could could forget: Marsha is requesting to quit the case. (That request was granted this morning.) Dwyane, who was also at the hearing this morning, said he was pleased with the way things went and is looking forward to spending the summer with his two sons, Zaire, 8, and Zion, 3. (The judge agreed to allow Dwyane and Siohvaughn to split custody over two-week intervals this summer.)
The custody trial - which is separate from the trial to determine dissolution of marriage - had been set to get under way June 7, but the judge granted Siohvaughn her final postponment after agreeing to allow Marsha to quit. The judge also denied Dwyane's request to have Siohvaughn undergo a mental evaluation. So we will never know if she's crazy-crazy or just crazy.