Chris Zylka Wants Paris Hilton To Give Him Back The $2 Million Ring He Allegedly Bought Her

November 20, 2018 / Posted by:

Paris Hilton is giving her recent ex-fiancé–and I mean recent, they broke up a minute ago yesterday –the ole’ run around. Remember when her fiancé, Chris Zylka, whose reported net worth $4 million according to the always-correct internet, bought her an engagement ring worth $2 million? We all figured that Paris was the one who footed that bill, but for some reason these two pitched the storyline that he was the one who bought it. Welp, now they’re still trying to convince us side-eyers that he bought the ring. I’ll give you guys points for dedication, I guess.

TMZ is reporting that Paris hasn’t returned to the ring to Chris yet. They also say that Chris indeed bought the ring. And how could he possibly have forked over $2 million for a diamond for a trick he was never really going to end up with? Discounts, honey. Chris was able to scrounge up enough pennies and use a Groupon code to get 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. And since Chris has rent payments coming up now that he’s not rolling with a Hilton, he wants the bling back.

Paris and Chris haven’t even seen each other since breaking up, so he hasn’t been able to ask for the ring back, but sources tell TMZ that he wants it back.

Good luck Chris, I really hope you get the ring back. No one should have to spend years listening to Paris’ brain-melting voice and bending to her ignorant, childish pink-colored whims just to end up paying money for the experience. What a rip off that would be.


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