Brooke Daniels: Former Miss Texas Gets Sued by Member of Dallas Cowboys
Former Miss Texas Brooke Daniels has a potential legal battle ahead of her against an active NFL player.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Roy Williams has filed a lawsuit against Daniels in an attempt to get back the $76,000 engagement ring he had given her...through the mail.
Here is NFL.com with the details on this odd story:
Williams claims in a signed affidavit that just before Valentine's Day, he mailed Daniels $5,000 for school and dental bills, a baseball for her brother and a surprise, recorded marriage proposal with the ring. Daniels declined the proposal but didn't return the ring.
Williams said in the affidavit that he asked for the ring back, but Daniels told him six weeks later that she lost it. Williams reported it lost to his insurance company, which upon investigating discovered Daniels' father, Michael Daniels, had the ring.
Michael Daniels told the newspaper he will return the ring to avoid a lawsuit even though he has documentation that Williams initially told his daughter to keep the ring.
I understand Williams wanting to pay her bills and maybe even the ring...but what about the baseball?
Why in the world is Williams sending $80,000 worth of stuff packaged with a baseball? Doesn't it cost more to ship a baseball then to just buy one?
Aside from the random gift sent, why is Williams trying to get married through the mail? Why can't he fly to where she's at and surprise her that way? I'm not expert on the topic, but I think that would be just a little more romantic then just getting something in the mailbox thinking it may be junk mail.
Lots of questions to be asked in this case but it sounds like it's not going to go much further. The dad has agreed to return the ring and the lawsuit will likely be dropped.
A temporary injunction hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. Friday in district court and that will hopefully mark the end of this incredibly bizarre situation.
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