New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees was awarded over $6.1 million in damages in the civil lawsuit again
Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees was awarded over $6.1 million in damages in the civil lawsuit against La Jolla jeweler Vahid Morad...
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At what point does one look at a diamond and tell it's worth 6.1 million less than it was sold to you for.
Reply29 days
I guess.....when that someone is an independent appraiser in 2017, and informs you that it is. And not "a diamond", but several diamonds in volume.....
29 days
Isn’t Drew Brees cash poor? This will go a long way in him buying stock for movie pass and American malls
Reply29 days
Yes, Drew is very cash poor. He paid the $15 million for the diamonds by selling cryogenically frozen slices of his face mole on the black market.....
29 days
vahid Morad, either India or middle east....suspect
Reply29 days
Doing business with someone named Vahid Morad was his first mistake.
Reply29 days
Win Super Bowl 54 and get some more jewelry.
Reply29 days
Buying 6 million in diamonds is objectively trashy
Reply29 days
Investment grade diamonds. He wasn’t wearing these on a chain.
29 days
Based on the outcome of this lawsuit, I don't think we can call them investment grade diamonds.
29 days
Can’t be that dumb since he actually has millions to spend on diamonds as opposed to most people. No telling what the jeweler did or what scheme he concocted to try to get over on Drew. Doubt Drew simply said “Ok here’s 10 million I trust you”.
Reply29 days
Brees isnone stuoud frick for spending 6 million and not doing due diligence. What a dumb move
Reply29 days
He likely would not have won the suit if he didnt full due diligence that was subverted by the deliberate smoke screen of the own.
29 days
So, like 4 games.
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