Boy meets girl.Girl and boy date. Boy ask girl to marry him. Girl and boy break off engagement. Girl does doesn’t want to give ring back, so boy sues girl.
With a new team and a new contract, Buffalo Bills defensive back Mario Williams wants to put things in the past, but one thing he can’t let go of is a 10-carat $785,000 engagement ring Williams is trying to get back from his former fiancée, Erin Marzouki.
According to documents filed in Harris County Court in Houston, Texas, Williams and Marzouki met while Williams was playing for the Houston Texans, and were engaged in February 2011. Marzouki then broke up with Williams in January of 2012, but has yet to return the ring.
According to the court record, Williams claimed that he gave Marzouki an American Express credit card she could use to pay her living expenses, which he says she rang up $108,000 in charges in one year, in addition to the $230,000 in other gifts that he gave her during that year.
“On or about Jan. 21, 2013, defendant (Marzouki) unilaterally terminated the parties engagement. The termination of the relationship was caused solely by the defendant. Defendant never intended to marry plaintiff (Williams) and used the relationship as a means to get to plaintiff’s money and acquire gifts. Defendant has absconded with the diamond engagement ring,” the lawsuit alleges.
Really…Marzouki, give the man his ring back. Or, should she be allowed to keep the ring. Honestly if the woman breaks it off, she should give the ring back.
Williams just signed a new contract with the Bills for six years, and is worth up to $100 million, with $50 million guaranteed, making him one of the highest paid defensive players in NFL history.
No matter how much he gets from the NFL, he wants his $785,000 ring back.
Your Jersey Girlfriend,