Bradley Moss and Amy Bzura were engaged to be married last month. But for reasons unknown to the general public, the wedding never happened and both are now living separate lives. Sure, this is unfortunate for many reasons, but the nightmare of having to cancel your wedding is nothing compared to the legal battle these two have now engaged in over the $125,000 ring that Bradley gave to Amy.
Say what you want about buying a $125,000 ring. Me? I’ll say that it’s a dumb move because investing that much money into a literal piece of rock that’s solely there to be gushed at over lunch is just plain foolish. But as someone who doesn’t possess even half of that sum of money, there’s no saying how reckless I’d be with a bank account that’s dripping in commas.
The lawsuit, though, sounds like it might get a little messy.
Per The New York Post:
A week before the nuptials were scheduled, Bzura beamed on social media that she could not wait to be Mrs. Moss. She also posted to her Instagram: “I can’t wait to be your nagging and annoying Jewish wife. You mean everything to me and I can’t wait to say ‘I do’ and make you the happiest man in 2016!”
But for reasons not explained in the suit, “the marriage did not occur.”
On Nov. 3, Moss wrote Bzura a letter demanding she return the rock. But she “has willfully and maliciously refused,” the suit says.
The suit calls for the return of the ring, or its value in cash, with interest, along with punitive damages determined by the court.
With the little information we do know about this case, you have to bet that both are going to go down swinging but for very different reasons. Him? He probably has some buyer’s remorse and wants to return that thing so he can buy a Chris-Craft. Her? Well, imagine being given something worth $125,000 only to be asked for it back. She could probably break that stone in two and make some pretty lavish earrings, or just continue wearing it on your hand to put out luxurious vibes.
Either way, I think we can all agree that the biggest mistake here was spending that much money on the ring in the first place. Poor sap. .