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Antonio Brown Ordered To Pay Jeweler Over $1 Million After Failing To Respond To Lawsuit

Antonio Brown attends HBCU Atlanta screening of The Underdoggs
Antonio Brown attends HBCU Atlanta screening of The Underdoggs

Celebrity jeweler Shuki International filed a lawsuit against former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown back in April 2023 for allegedly not paying for $1.1 million worth of jewelry.

Shuki claimed in the lawsuit that he gave Brown two diamond fingers worth $500,000 each, as well as a white gold chain and a ring.

Brown, according to the lawsuit, agreed to pay for the jewelry by Dec. 1, 2022. He has yet to do so, but he did put out a song titled “Shuki Diamonds” in homage the ill-gotten goods!

Since then, Brown has been seen multiple times rocking one of Shuki’s diamond fingers, including just last month while out in Los Angeles on Rodeo Drive.

Last week, a judge ruled in Shuki’s favor, issuing a default judgment after Antonio Brown failed to respond to the lawsuit. Brown now legally owes Shuki $1,095,000.

Shuki told TMZ that he tried to contact Brown, with whom he used to be close friends, about the court’s decision, but his call was never returned.

Last April, Shuki told TMZ that he would have dropped the lawsuit against Antonio Brown if he would just return the jewelry.

“This is just a wake up call,” Shuki said about the lawsuit. “Call me. Bring back the baby.”

Shuki added, “He’s just got to rotate the jewelry. You cannot just hold it, you know what I mean? It’s mine. I gotta look good.

“Bring back the jewelry. Be cool. Don’t just take. If you want it, that’s fine. Pay for it.”

Now, according to a judge, Antonio Brown, who earned more than $80 million during his NFL career, has no choice.

This is just the latest in a string of legal and financial issues Antonio Brown has had to deal with since his abrupt retirement from the NFL.

In October 2023, he was arrested for allegedly failing to pay child support to the mother of one of his children.

In June, he was kicked out as the owner of the Albany Empire in the National Arena League for reportedly failing to keep up with expense payments for the team, as well as for paying players and coaches only to later reverse the payments.

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