Deion Sanders Tears Up in Court After Recounting Family ‘Drama’

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  • NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and ex-wife Pilar Sanders are back in court again this week.

    A choked up Sanders explained to the court on Tuesday afternoon that his ex-wife Pilar started a family feud at his 2011 Hall of Fame induction, after she began fighting with his daughter from a previous marriage.

    The former couple is in court trying to nail down final custody issues in what has become a long withdrawn bitter custody battle between the two.

    Unable to settle their difference amicably their issues have been turned over to the jury.

    Now jurors will decide the primary location of the Sanders’ three children and determine restrictions on where they could move.

    According to the Dallas Morning News, Pilar’s attorneys said in their opening statement that Deion was a “playtime” dad who reprimanded his children if they made him look bad.

    In Deion’s testimony on Tuesday, he claimed that Pilar has no clue on what she wants to do with her life. Adding, that he should determine where his three young children should live.

    The trial continues this morning in Dallas.

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    2 thoughts on “Deion Sanders Tears Up in Court After Recounting Family ‘Drama’

    1. This needs to stop. They are trying so hard to hurt each other, that they can’t see how those kids are hurt by all this “drama”. What is so wrong with joint custody and not bad mouthing the other?They should take themselves out of the equation, quit playing tit-for-tat, and get over whatever broke apart their relationship. Put the health of those kids first.

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