Dez Bryant Sued By Jewelry Company

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant continues to show his lack of maturity and character concerns that caused him to slide in last year’s NFL Draft. Last week, Bryant was given a criminal trespassing warning and this week Bryant has been sued by a jeweler — A+A Diamonds, Ltd. d/b/a Rafaello & Co.– who claims Bryant owes $246,000.

According to the ProFootballTalk.com report:

Bryant received $267,000 worth of jewelry — and that he has paid only $21,000. This means that (abacus engaged) Bryant owes $246,000.

Bryant allegedly made multiple purchases, before and after the 2010 draft.  On January 22, 2010, he bought $75,000 worth of jewelry.  On February 8, 2010, he made a whopping $144,000 purchase, including a $60,000 custom charm.  On February 16, 2010, he purchased $25,000 more in jewelry.  On May 24, 2010, Bryant purchased a $23,000 diamond bracelet.

The news is very troubling. It continues to show that Dez Bryant just doesn’t get it. On the field, he is as talented as they come, but off the field, he is causing trouble and showing a sense of entitlement. Bryant really needs to grow up before he finds himself in even worse situations.

Topics: Cowboys, Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant, Dez Bryant Sued, NFL

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