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  • jsok123 Jan 3, 2013

    h3ll has no fury like a woman scored

  • LOC Jan 3, 2013

    Relationship gone sour!! She is mad! I bet she got some of those dividends... LOL!

  • dollibug Jan 3, 2013

    There got to be more to this *STORY*.....a lot more.

  • charmcclainlovesdogs2 Jan 3, 2013

    She is wrong for keeping the ring since it was stolen. If she don't, she is a thief herself.

  • OSX Jan 3, 2013

    Cubic Zirconia ring vs Diamond ring.
    $200 vs $50,000 Then you wonder why men do not trust women. Sounds like there are a few girls here that need the Cubic Zirconia ring.

  • OSX Jan 3, 2013

    What a wonderful girl. Gold digger.

  • Deep thoughts Jan 3, 2013

    It seems to me that she is the thief.

  • djofraleigh Jan 3, 2013

    Just as his first act increases the insurance rates of the rest of us, this action should reduce them...I hope.

  • h3ardita11b4 Jan 3, 2013

    Way to go; I like her style!

  • Zorg Jan 3, 2013

    "Good for her! What a cad!"

    She has no legal claim to the ring, has known about the fraud for over 5 years and she's just now reporting it? She's as bad as he is.

  • JDAmbrosio Jan 3, 2013

    Good for her! What a cad!

  • sllenterprises Jan 3, 2013

    Learning + Growing, the reason I said she should have stood behind her man is because there's something missing from the story like why would an engaged man just report a stolen engagement ring worth $50,000 unless there was a reason! Either he was triffling or she knew what he was up to and suddenly decided to do the right thing! He committed fraud for a reason and chances are she knew it. I doubt it was totally out of left field for her!

  • Thought Criminal WS Jan 3, 2013

    If he's charged with fraud then why isn't she charged with possession of stolen property or as an accessory to fraud?

    Seems people like to snort, laugh, chuckle, and make jokes about being petty viscious towards men but then wonder why they don't have a ring on thier fingers either. Is this one of those "you go girl keep the ring" situations that later turn into people asking why the ex beat/killed/stalked her where everyone wonders what drove the man to violence?

  • VW girl 2013 Jan 3, 2013

    First, I wouldn't want a $50k diamond ring. That's just rediculous! So much more I could do with $50k, like vacation, shopping & fun! Plus, I wouldn't want the stress of wearing & possibly losing a ring that expensive. Second, if the engagement was broken, regardless who was to blame, I wouldn't want to keep the ring.
    For me, a small diamond to show you care is enough for me. The only expensive item I ever really want is a Mikimoto ring with emerald accents. THAT, I would enjoy! :)

  • Zorg Jan 3, 2013

    "***Actually she is not legally obligated. If the engagement was broken off due to fault of his, she can keep the ring."

    In some states, that's true. But not in North Carolina. Appellate courts say engagement rings are conditional gifts that must be returned to the gift giver if the condition, namely, the marriage, does not take place, regardless of who broke off the engagement.

  • Firegal Jan 3, 2013

    "Somewhere in this story is the implication that its ok for a woman to keep a $50,000 ring when the wedding is called off.'

    He was wrong to file the claim, but she is legally obligated to return the ring to him if the engagement is broken.

    ***Actually she is not legally obligated. If the engagement was broken off due to fault of his, she can keep the ring.

  • Zorg Jan 3, 2013

    "Somewhere in this story is the implication that its ok for a woman to keep a $50,000 ring when the wedding is called off.'

    He was wrong to file the claim, but she is legally obligated to return the ring to him if the engagement is broken.

  • obs Jan 3, 2013

    Somewhere in this story is the implication that its ok for a woman to keep a $50,000 ring when the wedding is called off. What is that, a non refundable down payment on a wife? Are we in a third world country here?

  • Rebelyell55 Jan 2, 2013

    Sorry...did she spend any of the settlement money?

    kbo80
    January 2, 2013 5:37 p.m................LOL, most likely why she turned him in....

  • Tax Man Jan 2, 2013

    A woman scorned.......sweet revenge!

  • Just Plain Common Sense Jan 2, 2013

    Smokewagon, you are right, too. Same for men. A plain gold band ought to get the job done and if at some time later you want to give a diamond engagement ring, feel free, but if that is what it takes to have love, it isn't love: it is greed.

  • Just Plain Common Sense Jan 2, 2013

    Actually, some of you are right. Men, be careful which woman you decide to marry. If your "mama" doesn't like them, they see something you don't, so listen to them! Also, do a background check on them for creditworthiness (they will have your money slipping through their fingers) and criminal (doesn't need explanation). As soon as they are disloyal to you, run, don't walk from the relationship! My opinion...good advice. Women, same thing!

  • Wake1 Jan 2, 2013

    Ouch!!

  • kbo80 Jan 2, 2013

    Sorry...did she spend any of the settlement money?

  • FairPlay Jan 2, 2013

    A crook is a crook. He deserved what he is getting

  • nonemeant Jan 2, 2013

    That money is long gone.

  • North Carolina Cutie Jan 2, 2013

    She knew the ring wasn't stolen how long did she wait to turn him in?

  • SmokeWagon Jan 2, 2013

    ...."THAT should teach a few men a thing or too...lol..."

    Yea....like there is NO woman worth a 50k diamond....!!!!!

  • davidk_at_unc Jan 2, 2013

    "sounds like she should be also charged as an accessory." --workingforthosethatwont

    For WHAT??? She turned him in! thinkingforthosewhocant

  • peppercorns Jan 2, 2013

    THAT should teach a few men a thing or too...lol

  • youpeoplearesoentertaining Jan 2, 2013

    Sounds like she was paying him back for something.....

  • venitapeyton Jan 2, 2013

    Five years and no walk down the aisle? Sounds like he's married and the ring was stolen.

  • Learning+Growing Jan 2, 2013

    Where do people come up with some of the nonsense posted in comments? Silenterprises - why should she stand by him? Why should she risk jail time for a no-morals thief?

  • ttc248 Jan 2, 2013

    This is very much like claiming sexual abuse 10 years after the fact. She is suspect and should be charged as an accessory since she knew he filed the claim and also knew she still had the ring. If they settled in 2007, why is she reporting 5 years down the road. Sounds like revenge that should backfire.

  • workingforthosethatwont Jan 2, 2013

    sounds like she should be also charged as an accessory.

  • allsmileshere Jan 2, 2013

    a women scorned!

  • sllenterprises Jan 2, 2013

    Not excusing what this man did because he definitely committed fraud but his soon to be "ex" fiance showed what kind of person she was by not standing behind her man! I'm sure she's done some things that he's had to cover up for her but she turns him in! He was probably going to use the money for their wedding!

  • Scubagirl Jan 2, 2013

    She should have given the ring back if she was the one who broke up. If he was the one, well I guess she got her revenge

  • Corporal Snark Jan 2, 2013

    Cold blooded!

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