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Rick Ross Sued for Not Paying His Rolex Bill

Texas custom jewelry store seeks about $90,000

June 28, 2013 3:55 PM ET
Rick Ross
Rick Ross
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Rick Ross has been sued for not paying a bill for three Rolexes he bought last year. Johnny's Custom Jewelry in Texas filed suit against Ross and his Maybach Music Group for skipping out on nearly $90,000 in purchases, claiming the rapper agreed to purchase three Rolexes last August.

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The watches include a $55,000 piece and two $14,000 pieces, according to TMZ, who posted a picture of Johnny's itemized bill to Maybach Group. With tax, the purchase totaled $89,847.50. Johnny's claims they delivered the jewelry to Ross, but the rapper hasn't yet forked over the cash. Ross has not yet made a statement on the matter.

Ross' next album, Mastermind, is expected this year.

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