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Rapper Sean Kingston: The One Celebrity Jewelers Should Never, Ever Do Business With

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He’s been slapped with yet another lawsuit.

Once again, rapper Sean Kingston is being sued by a jeweler for allegedly neglecting to pay a hefty bill, The Source reports. Kingston, the article says, recently bought a Rolex, a diamond bracelet and traded in an older Rolex for a newer model from Haimov Jewelers in Florida for $25,000. He apparently said he’d settle up the next day, but didn’t. Such payment defaults are nothing new for Kingston, who once before lost in court to a jeweler regarding a payment dispute. He also was widely believed to have fabricated a story about being kidnapped as part of a separate jewelry-related dispute.

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