theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Deion Sanders ex-wife, Pilar Sanders, is pleading with a Texas Court to allow her to appeal her divorce judgement, claiming she wants to continue the fight with her former husband but she is dead broke and can’t afford to pay the court fees.
Last year, a Texas court awarded Deion a total of $2.2 million judgement against his ex-wife Pilar in a defamation suit he brought against her.
Deion sued his ex after she gave interviews and posted online about being a victim of domestic violence at the hands of the ex-NFL star. The court found Deion was defamed by Pilar and awarded him the multi-million judgement, which offset any money that he owed her as part of their divorce settlement. Following the judgement, it was reported that Deion then owed Pilar nothing from the settlement but she now owed him 7 figures.
Then recently, Pilar filed docs in her divorce case explaining she is too broke to pay the court fees to file an appeal. She states she has 3 children – 2 sons and a daughter – all that live with Deion at the moment.
Pilar informs the court that she has been unemployed for over 15 years due to her being a homemaker for Deion and the children. She spends $0 in rent a month (she currently lives with her mother & sister), $9 for health insurance, $400 for child care, $200 for food and she isn’t making any money from work.
She explains she has had to take out a $15k loan for expenses, owes $3k to Target, $5k to Visa and $6k to Sam’s but can’t afford to pay any of those bills and has had to take loans from family through the years and can’t pay them back.
Pilar says that she has a 2.2 million dollar judgement owed to her ex-husband but she has no assets, property or valuables to pay it. She claims that she has never received a dime from Deion Sanders that he was ordered to pay and has no savings or retirement.
The former wife of the NFL star is so broke that she is pleading with the court to waive the appeal fees, so she can continue to battle her ex in court to overturn the divorce judgement.