Guy proposes to girl. Girl accepts his ring as a promise to marry him. Now guy is suing his ex-fiance for $785,000 for breaking that promise!!

Will the court side with the Buffalo Bills' Mario Williams? Hear what the Queen City had to say on this Hot Topic Tuesday!


Let's hope Buffalo Bill Mario Williams' has better luck on the field this year than he did with his engagement to Erin Marzouki, who turned out to be more of a gold digger than a life partner.

Back in 2011, Mario Williams purchased a GIA-certified, 10-carat diamond engagement ring for $785,000. On February 19, 2012, he gave that massive rock to Erin on the grounds that she would in turn spend the rest of her life as his wife. She said yes and proudly accepted the ring, as well as $300,000 worth of other gifts.


Now the engagement is off, and Mario wants his ring back, so he's suing her! Check out the complaint he filed in a Texas court on Monday:

"The termination of the relationship was solely caused by defendant," the complaint states. "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, but defendant has failed and refused to do so."

So what are the chances that Mario will win this lawsuit and get his money/ring back? Check this out!

You may think that the ring is "just a gift", but in many states, it's considered a "conditional gift" that belongs to the gifted ONLY once certain conditions are made!

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