Found May 07, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Mario Williams
TEAMS: Buffalo Bills
Mario Williams is suing his ex-fiancee to get a $785,000, 10-carat diamond engagement ring back after she broke off their relationship. Oh yeah, he’s also calling her a gold digger. Williams filed the suit in court on Friday. The Buffalo Bills defensive star says the ring was purchased in December 2011, and that his ex-fiancee, Erin Marzouki, broke off the relationship this January, according to Courthouse News Service. In addition to buying Marzouki the expensive ring, Williams reportedly alleges in his filing that she racked up over $108,000 in credit card expenses during 2012. He also says he spent over $230,000 in luxury items on her. And the worst part of all? Williams’ legal team accuses the woman of being a gold digger: Defendant never intended to marry plaintiff and used the relationship as a means to get to plaintiff’s money and acquire gifts. Defendant has absconded with the diamond engagement ring. Plaintiff has demanded that defendant return the diamond engagement ring, ...

Williams sues ex for engagement ring

The former #1 overall pick gave his former fiancee an engagement ring worth almost $800K, but now that the nuptials have been called off, he'd like it if she'd give the ring back. 

Bills Mario Williams Suing Ex-Fiancee Erin Marzouki For $785K Engagement Ring

Mario Williams was wooed by the Buffalo Bills at the beginning of the NFL free agency period.  One of Williams major concerns when trying to choose a team was how his fiancee would like the prospective city. Now according to court documents, Williams ex fiancee never really liked him either.  KTKR in Houston is reporting that Williams is suing his former fiancee, Erin Marzouki...

Report: Bills' Williams wants engagement ring back

You meet the love of your life, you buy her an 800,000 engagement ring and she breaks up with you. You get that ring back, do you not? Mario Williams thinks you do, and he's taking his ex-fiance to court over it, according to The Buffalo Bills defensive end on Monday filed a lawsuit against his ex-fiance in Harris County, Texas, where Williams began his...

Bitter Baller News: Bills Mario Williams sues ex fiance for engagement ring

You think you’ve made it. You meet the man of your dreams, he’s a professional NFL player. He pops the question to you with an amazing VS2 10-carat ring worth $785,000. But then something goes amiss and you guys break up. Next thing you know, your pro athlete ex is suing you for the engagement ring… what?? That’s what’s happening to Erin Marzouki, the former fiance of...

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According to, Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario WIlliams is currently suing his ex-girlfriend over a $785,000, 10-carat engagement ring that that he bought her before she left him. Williams sued Erin Marzouki in Harris County Court. “During the parties’ relationship, on or about December 12, 2011, plaintiff purchased a $785,000 diamond engagement ring from...

Mario Williams Suing Ex-Fiancee For $785K For Not Giving Back Engagement Ring

Don’t buy any woman a $785k engagement ring unless you are sure you are going to get married and she isn’t trying to get you for your pockets. I have to question Williams taste in women if he let something like this happen, but here are the details according to Pro Football Talk. Court records say Williams — the former Texans defensive end who now plays for the Buffalo Bills...

Mario Williams Wants $785,000 Engagement Ring Back From His Gold-Digging Ex-Fiancée

Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams is seeking a ring, but it has nothing to do with the Super Bowl. The two-time A…

Mario Williams is suing ex-fiance to get $785,000 engagement ring back

Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams is suing to get his $785,000 engagement ring back from his gold-digging ex-fiance.

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