It's nice to see couples being supportive of one another.
She took to Twitter Tuesday morning, saying:
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And the shady saga of Timba’s stolen watch continues…
The producer, who filed a lawsuit against American Home Assurance Company back in January, clearly wants the money “owed” to him for his missing watch after having claimed that his two-year old daughter found and misplaced it.
And yet, it seems A.H.A.C. has no intention of writing any check out to Timbaland. According to the insurance company’s legal docs on this case, they claim several reasons of suspicion regarding Timba’s story:
1. The watch was bought for $900,000, but Timbaland insured it for double that amount!
2. He originally claimed the watch as “stolen,” but then said it was misplaced by his daughter four months later.
3. No one, including Timbaland’s wife, maid, and assistant, has been able to corroborate his story, putting the blame of various others — all EXCEPT for his daughter.
Nope. That’s not suspicious at all.
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