Divorce Lawsuit: Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union Accused of Engaging in Sexual Foreplay In Front of Children

Dwyane Wade's divorce continues to be one of the nastiest in recent sports history, and now his ex-wife Siohvaughn Wade filed a bombshell new lawsuit. The suit however isn't against Wade, its against his Hollywood actress girlfriend Gabrielle Union. She's seeking more than $50,000 from the actress.

Siohvaughn claims that Union "'engaged in sexual foreplay with Dwyane Wade' in front of Wade's 8-year-old and 2-year-old sons while on an unsupervised visitation to the basketball star's Miami home," according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

The suit also claims that Wade's oldest son was left to play unsupervised by the pool one night, until his grandmother let him in the house. It's alleged that the child told a court-appointed child representative to "put his father in jail" because he didn't want to return to "the house where the woman kissing daddy lives."

It also alleges that Union was introduced to the children by Wade as the reason "why your mom and I are going to divorce."

Siohvaughn's lawyers claim that the older son has been so traumatized by Wade's relationship with Union that he suffers from stress and anxiety to the point of experiencing hair loss.

The suit comes on the heals of Wade's own suit seeking sole custody, claiming that Siohvaughn was an unfit mother who practices a wacky religion and contracted a sexually transmitted disease during the marriage from an affair.

Union, star of films such as Bring it On and Bad Boys II, has been linked to Wade for the past few years. The two have been photographed together multiple times, but haven't publicly confirmed their relationship.

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