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Pilar Sanders gets 7 days in jail for violating divorce agreement

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The ex-wife of former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders was sentenced to seven days in jail on Tuesday.

District Judge Ray Wheless ruled that Pilar Sanders was in contempt of court when she violated part of the couple's divorce agreement when she didn't return the couple's children to Deion in a timely manner.

Deion Sanders won sole custody of the children in a bitter divorce case a few years ago. Deion is also suing his ex-wife for defamation. That trial will occur in March 2015.

Pilar Sanders was booked into the Collin County Detention Center on Tuesday afternoon.

Source: http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/27644820/pilar-sanders-gets-7-days-in-jail-for-violating-divorce-agreement

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