prison," alleges that an unnamed former teammate of Wade's with the Miami Heat "suggested that I have an affair right after a game while still inside the Miami Heat Arena," and writes about her regrets over an abortion she had during a "hell on high heels life."NBA star Dwyane Wade and his second wife Gabrielle Union arrive at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on July 13, 2016.
Wade's first wife once sued Union, alleging she broke up the original marriage.
, says she'd give herself an S for "satisfactory." "I'm divorced! "So I can't exactly give myself an O for 'outstanding.'" But she has gathered a whole lot of wisdom from her failed marriage, kick-ass girlfriends, and long-time romance with Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade.
Here, she spills her rules for a happy love life: DO forget your "type." It worked for me.
In an emotionally raw autobiography published late last month, the basketball player's former high school sweetheart admits she became "an arrogant diva" to try to fit in with the NBA wives club, repeats allegations made in court during a divorce battle that Wade beat her, and claims an unnamed mistress of Wade's called her at 3 a.m. She also complains that living with Wade in Miami was like living in a " million ...
She would have done anything for Wade "legal or not," she wrote, adding that when they were poor Chicago-area teens in south suburban Robbins, she once stole a pair of basketball sneakers for him by putting "on men's basketball shoes over the top of my own shoes and walking out of the store with them on."Once they hit it rich, the stylish Wade would spend as much as 0,000 a month on custom clothes, she wrote.
But when their marriage turned sour, she alleged in the book, he'd tell her "I want to sow my wild oats" and "This isn't your money and if you leave, nobody is going to want you and you aren't going to have anything without me.
Funches-Wade, who also did not respond to interview requests, describes herself as "a renowned public speaker" on the jacket of her book.
In it, she writes extensively about her Christian faith, which she says helped her to rebound from the ugly divorce and go to law school.