Moral Question of the Day: Should a Fiancee Return a $125,000 Ring After a Breakup?

Posted: November 14, 2016 in Relationships

So here’s the dizzle. Bradley Moss and Amy Bzura were supposed to have been married on October 29th. The couple had been dating since 2012 and lived together for over 3-years. Everything was hunky-dory and a life of wedded bliss seemed an afterthought.

So, Moss put a ring on it and proposed last year with a square emerald cut diamond engagement ring that cost $125,000. Holy hell, man, even Kanye West thought that was a little over the top.



But hold up, kids. Before they could walk down the aisle to married bliss, she ended the engagement and made off with the ring. Dang that’s cold.

Now Moss is suing her to get it back, and who could blame him? The lawsuit says that while he asked nicely for the ring she is refusing. So now he either wants the ring or its cash value with interest and punitive damages.*

*Easy big fella. Just ask for the money or the ring. Asking for interest and damages is too much. Don’t push it.

So what do you think? Didn’t Amy enter a social contract that should be honored? No marriage, no ring, right? Didn’t Bradley give her that ring as a formal agreement that they would be married, and since she vamoosed shouldn’t it be returned? She never lived up to her end of the transaction, correct?

Or am I wrong and should she keep it? What say you, loyal readers?

In happier times. Sigh.

In happier times. Sigh.


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