- a 14K white gold 36″ chain with white stones for $15,000
- a 14K yellow gold 36″ chain with yellow stones for $15,000
- a diamond stud for $4,000
- a 14K white gold 5-row bracelet for $17,500
- a 14K yellow gold 5-row bracelet for $17,500
- two other gold “pieces” for $30,000
The Game unfortunately never paid for the jewelry he commissioned. Consequently a L.A. Judge ordered The Game to pay Lemmerman’s Inc. $90,999, reports TMZ. Although the final price for all the jewelry was $99,000, The Game did already pay some of the balance.
Here’s the bigger question – how is The Game going to afford to pay up? Does this guy even have money anymore?
Looks like Lindsay’s been caught in a big lie, Mean Girls style!
Jailbird and rehab queen Lindsay Lohan denied she was even in the jewelry store that is accusing her of stealing a necklace, according to Radar Online. Upon hearing the news of her new legal woes, she turned to a personal adviser and claimed she’d never set foot in the location when there is video footage of her perusing the store’s wares.
Police have obtained a search warrant for Lohan’s LA home, which really freaked her out, apparently.
One source says, “People in Lindsay’s inner circle say she lies all of the time. Some people believe one of the reasons she does is because Lindsay is trying to be a people pleaser.”
Looks like we got a pathological liar on our hands!
The car, which was parked in the Hollywood Hills, apparently suffered minor damage.
However, the big news is Will.i.am and Steve Jobs saved the day. TMZ reports cops didn’t have any solid leads, except the musician remembered the iPad had a built in tracking device.
Police were able to use the tracking device to locate the iPad and the culprit who committed the crime.
Isn’t that amazing?
Yakov Arabov, known throughout the hip-hop world as Jacob Arabo or Jacob the Jeweller, was arrested on money laundering charges, the Associated Press reports.
Arabov made jewelry for stars like Kanye West and Elton John. According to police, he was also connected to a drug and money laundering ring that spawned many states.
The New York jeweler was arrested on Thursday, and made a brief court appearance. Bail was set at $100,000, which Arabov paid.
His lawyer said his client did not want to comment, saying the day had been difficult enough on him due to the arrest.