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.
NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders has arrived at the Collin County Courthouse and so has his wife, Pilar Sanders. They arrived separately for a hearing in their ongoing divorce proceedings.
Police in Prosper filed criminal charges against Deion Sanders for allegedly trying to destroy evidence related to the domestic disturbance at his home.
Pilar Sanders, the wife of Deion Sanders, appears ready to share her side of the story in their bitter divorce battle.
A McKinney law firm that represents the town of Prosper in legal matters has removed itself from advising the police department in its investigating of allegations involving Deion Sanders and his estranged wife.
Omar Jahwar has been close pals with Deion Sanders for more than a decade, and has also helped Pilar Sanders with her nonprofit. He wanted to tell the truth about the couple’s ugly divorce.
The City of Prosper uses a McKinney law firm in all legal matters and turns out its the same firm representing Deion Sanders, his daughter and his company in their case against his soon to be ex-wife.
The attorney of Deion Sanders’s estranged wife Pilar is asking why his client’s lacerated lip and fractured thumb were not recorded in Prosper Police’s arrest affidavit the night she was charged with assaulting her husband.
Former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders has now been charged with Assault following an altercation at the family home. But unlike his wife, Pilar, Deion will not be spending any time in jail.
In recent years, divorce attorneys have been quick to surf Facebook or Twitter in search of nasty remarks or false accusations made by their clients’ spouses.
The order prohibits Mrs. Sanders from going to the couple’s Prosper house for the next 60 days.