Petty Paris Hilton Slow On Returning $2 Million Dollar Ring

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elliot-wolf - November 21, 2018

We live in a world where pandering outlets like Vice create serious “content” that covers tips on how to treat a hooker, by a hooker. I’m surprised that no one at their offices considered giving Chris Zylka a call to ask for a few pointers and his contribution on the topic since he has first hand knowledge after a Paris Hilton engagement. Zylka wants his $2 million dollar ring back from Paris because there’s still a somewhat favorable return policy available to American men when making monthly payments for pricier pudendum. Another unsatisfied customer wants to return Hilton to the single ladies bin, anyone at all surprised?

Paris Hilton is giving her recent ex-fiancé the ole’ run around.

TMZ is reporting that Paris hasn’t returned to the ring to Chris yet. They also say that Chris indeed bought the ring.

“[Chris] got a massive discount. The jeweler and Paris have a close relationship, and publicity for jewelers is as valuable as cold, hard cash.”

TMZ is being told that Paris is the one who broke off the engagement and because California is the divorce capital of the world, they have actual laws about who keeps the ring. Since she is the one breaking up the engagement, she is also the one who has to hand back over the diamond.

I don’t wish to belong to a society where $2 million dollars for an engagement ring is considered a good deal and doing someone a favor. Especially when you’re giving that ring to a woman not worth her weight in discounted Mexican meat on two dollar taco Tuesdays. Paris is pretty extra when it comes to being a person in general, and they just happen to be making a Titanic 2 that's set to sail in 2022. She should hold on to the ring just to throw it overboard on the first voyage. Hopefully she falls in with it.

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