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Deion's Divorce Drama: Another day of nasty testimony

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It was another day of nasty testimony in the child custody battle between Deion and Pilar Sanders.

The two are fighting for full custody of their children, but today's testimony covered a wide range of topics including, steroids, Pilar's movie career and a celebrity calling service.

Deion stormed out of the court room after Pilar made allegations about steroid use. The NFL Hall of Famer later tweeted, "A Lie dont care who tells it. The Truth will prevail. Truth."

The judge refused to let jurors hear testimony about those accusations.

The jury did see suggestive photos that Pilar posted on the web and a phone service called Dial A Star. Through the service, Pilar and other "reality stars" are available to chat on the phone or through messaging. Talking to Pilar costs $17/min.

"1-800-Dial-A-Star. You call [her] between 12 a.m. and 1 a.m., that's the mother of my kids - I'm gone," Deion said. "Call and see because ain't nobody else call because she says she ain't made no money from it."

Jurors also saw clips of a R-rated movie Pilar appeared in called Streets of Blood. Pilar's attorney addressed how the other side was attempting to portray her.

"It's shameful to try and put a woman down who's trying to further her career, get on her feet and support her family," Larry Friedman, Pilar's attorney, said.

Pilar didn't seem too upset about testimony. During a break she tweeted about the movie clip, "Congrats to @50cent U've become a reborn #MovieStar in our divorce case Lolol Wow! I think someone secretly idolizes u!!"

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