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Dwyane Wade's Ex-Wife Files New Custody Court Claims

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The seemingly never-ending custody battle between Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife Siohvaughn Fuches Wade continues to be just sad and depressing.

According to TMZ, Fuches Wade has filed new claims in the case that Wade was depriving his two sons of asthma medication.

The docs claim that both of the couple's young sons suffer from asthma and that Wade, "has never obtained any asthma inhalers or asthma nebulizer machines for the children since [Dwyane] was awarded children in his custody on March 11, 2011."

Fuches Wade now wants the court to order Wade to be more attentive to the kid's condition and keep her updated on their health.

Fuches Wade also claims that Wade is "continuously and willfully making every effort to alienate the children from [her]" and has deprived her of parenting time.

Fuches Wade has previously lodged dramatic claims at Wade in court that have ended up amounting to nothing. She once claimed that Wade and his girlfriend Gabrielle Union engaged in foreplay in front of the kids.

Fuches Wade was arrested last summer after barricading herself in a home with the two kids, and in 2010 turned herself into police after a warrant was issued after she missed a court date and even her own lawyers didn't know where she was.

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