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Actress Gabrielle and Basketball star Dwayne say their 'I do' at the Chateau Artisan mansion in Miami over the weekend.
According to a new report, the 'Being Mary Jane' actress and the basketball player will require everyone at their wedding, including caterers, to sign the agreement.
An alleged wedding invitation from the couple is added with a note asking the guests not to bring cameras or cell phones 'for the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy.'
During an appearance on 'The View', Union talks about the horrible experience when she was young, saying, 'I hated the cloak of victimhood.'
According to a report, Wade fathered a son when the basketball player and the 'Bring It On' actress were taking a break earlier this year.
The 40-year-old actress and the 31-year-old basketball player announced their engagement over the weekend.
The 'Think Like a Man' actress nearly lost her bikini bottoms when running down the beach with boyfriend Dwyane Wade.
Many celebrities, including Union and Faison, take to Twitter to mourn the death of the 'Rizzoli and Isles' star who passes away after committing suicide.
Also coming to the event recognizing the excellence in sports are Paula Patton, Chrissy Teigen, Malin AKerman, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis.
An Illinois judge dismissed the case claiming Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade engaging in 'sexual foreplay' in front of children, citing improper jurisdiction.
The Miami Heat player has settled his divorce proceedings with Siohvaughn Wade, the mother of his two children, on Friday morning, June 25.
The music video which is directed by Bryan Barber is confirmed to be debuted on Monday afternoon, June 14.
Starting with 'sad and somber' songs, the Gym Class Heroes frontman comes out with a finished product which has a very different mood to make the summertime more cheerful.
In order to save some production cost, the pilot to the spin-off will be included in an episode of 'Army Wives' later this month.
Through a spokesperson, Union is sorry that court has to deal 'with erroneous claims when there are real victims who should be receiving the legal attention they need.'