The divorce drama between Deion Sanders and his estranged wife Pilar is returning to the courtroom on Wednesday, with the couple’s prenuptial agreement under the microscope.
“It’s sort of like waking up in the morning and getting slapped, from nowhere” said Deion Sanders talking about the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
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Just a few weeks ago there were some very bitter divorce hearings between Deion Sanders and wife Pilar. Today the pair were back in court — fighting.
A Collin County judge has ruled that Deion Sanders will have to pay his estranged wife roughly $14,000 in child support and mortgage payments each month.
The Deion and Pilar Sanders divorce case gets another look on Tuesday morning by a judge at the Collin County Courthouse, with the Sanders children at the center of it all.
The latest turn in the ongoing divorce saga between Deion Sanders and his estranged wife Pilar has come to a temporary end.
Allegations of witness intimidation were made today in the divorce proceedings between Deion Sanders and his wife Pilar.
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Testimony began with allegations that the NFL Hall of Famer and Former Dallas Cowboy threatened a witness this morning.
The second day of the couple’s divorce hearing is underway on Friday morning, and much of the talk is centered around an altercation that took place on April 23.