Siohvaughn Wade has turned herself into Chicago Police, after the judge in the Wade's divorce trial ordered police to track her down after she failed to show in court yesterday.
Siohvaughn voluntarily turned herself in today, and will not be released until a $10,000 bond is met. Her attorney, Marsha Fisher, tells the Associated Press that the bail will be met.
Dwyane Wade appeared in court on time yesterday morning in Chicago, but Siohvaughn never showed. The judge threatened to get the police involved if she didn't show up to a rescheduled hearing that afternoon. She never showed up, and the judge made good on the threat. At the time, even her attorney could not get in touch with her. The judge noted that every time a ruling looked like it didn't go her way, she has a habit of suddenly becoming unreachable.
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