At least one controversy attached to Dez Bryant’s name has officially come to a close.
Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News has reported that Bryant has reached a settlement with A+A Diamonds--the New York City jeweler who filed suit against Bryant for non-payment of around $260,000 worth of pieces--the terms of which are confidential, according to Mikel J. Bowers, an attorney with the firm of Bell, Nunnally and Martin who represented A+A in the case.
This leaves one unresolved suit for Bryant and his advisor and friend David Wells. Eleow Hunt of Tarrant County brought suit against Bryant last month, claiming that the Cowboys’ receiver had yet to pay for over $600,000 worth of jewelry, sports tickets and loans dating back to his days at Oklahoma State.
Bryant will face this suit in Tarrant County District Court.
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