The decision came after a contentious three-hour hearing this afternoon. The judge, Antonio Marin, had scheduled 30 minutes to discuss the situation!
Marin also ordered Funches to undergo an evaluation to determine whether she has anger management issues.
Wade was supposed to make the two boys, Zaire, 11, and Zion, 6, available to his ex last week as part of their routine summer visitations.
Despite the fact that Wade has full custody, Funches gets to visit with the children every other weekend. In summer, she’s supposed to get them for two weeks a month.
But last week, instead of bringing the kids to Funches as planned, the ballplayer’s Miami lawyers filed an emergency motion to suspend further visits.
They also asked that Funches undergo psychological evaluation after Funches staged a strange sit-in protest in her native Chicago.
Neither Wade nor Funches attended today’s hearing.
“They (Wade’s legal team) didn’t have a sufficient legal basis to justify the suspension of Siohvaughn’s visitation schedule,” said Lisa Macci, Funches’ attorney.
Wade’s lawyers have yet to return calls for comment.
Wade and Funches managed to hammer out a post-divorce financial settlement last week in Chicago. It’s supposed pay Funches $5 million plus plenty of goodies.