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Offset Accused Of Blowing Off $400,000 Court Battle Over Diamond Jewelry

By Ryan Naumann

Cardi B's husband Offset is close to being hit with a $400,000 judgment after blowing off a lawsuit brought by a famed jewelry.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Guven's Fine Jewelry is accusing Offset of not showing up to court.

Back in September, Offset was sued by the Atlanta jeweler accusing him of refusing to pay up on a $400,000 bill.

The jewelry provided Offset with an 18-karat gold diamond-encrusted tennis bracelet ($140,000), a platinum tennis bracelet with emerald-cut diamonds ($40,000), a platinum diamond necklace ($95,000) and other items.

Guven’s Fine Jewelry says Offset failed to pay for the items despite their multiple requests for payment. They sued seeking $400,000 in damages plus attorney fees.

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In newly filed documents, Guven’s Fine Jewelry is asking the court to grant a default judgment because Offset hasn’t showed up to court. They claim to have properly served him with legal notice. Offset had a deadline of February 4 to respond to the suit.

Since the deadline passed with no response, the jewelry wants the court to grant them a default judgment against Offset. The judge has yet to rule.

As The Blast previously reported, Offset is facing a separate lawsuit brought by his baby mama Nicole Marie Algarin, who is known as Shya L’amour. She is suing the rapper for more child support for their daughter, Kalea.


According to court documents, Offset has already taken a paternity test which confirms he is the father to the four-year-old.

In the docs, Algarin says the rapper has “provided limited financial support” for their daughters over the years. She is looking for the court to set the amount of child support per month. Offset’s baby mama believes she is entitled to more money per month. She wants the court to establish a custody schedule with Offset seeing his kid regularly on weekends.

Offset welcomed his fourth child, Kulture, with Card B.

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