Cops Looking for Dwyane Wade's Ex Siohvaughn After Missed Court Date

Writing every new update in the bizarre divorce proceeding of Dwyane Wade and his estranged wife Siohvaughn gets a little more sad each time. Honestly, we don't take much pleasure in watching this divorce-from-hell unfold. 

Now, according to multiple sources, the judge in the case, Marya Nega, has ordered police to take Siohvaughn into custody after she failed to show up to court today. Dwyane showed up on time at a Cook County courthouse in Chicago, but Siohvaughn never appeared. Nega threatened to have police hunt her down if she didn't show for a rescheduled hearing this afternoon. She was a no-show to that, and Nega made good on the threat. 

Not even Siohvaughn's lawyer can get a hold of her, and the judge noted that everytime it looks like she might have a bad day in court she suddenly become unreachable. 

Siohvaughn recently filed an explosive lawsuit against Dwyane's alleged current girlfriend, actress Gabrielle Union. It claims that she engaged in foreplay with Dwyane in front of the children, and that that and other actions have caused her eldest son to require therapy. 

Though, in the battle of PR, Siohvaugn's recent M.I.A.-act does little to dispel the notion that she's a jilted, jealous ex looking to stir up negative publicity for her superstar estranged hubby. 

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