New Orleans Quarterback Sench Drew Bryce won more than $ 6 million in a court in San Diego on Friday for a case claiming that a jeweler diamond was sold more than a decade ago. the cost of diamonds from a jeweler from La Jolla Vihad Moradi for $ 15 million at the beginning of his career when he was playing for chargers in San Diego, according to San Diego Union-Tribune. Subsequently, diamonds have been estimated worth millions of dollars less than Morady's estimates.
Brees and his wife, Brittany, testified during the two-week trial, but were not in court. DREW BREES, WIFE "It was our position that Mr Moradi had violated his fiduciary duty, and that is essentially what the jury said," said Brize Andrew Kim's attorney. "They saw Mr. Morray for exactly what he is: a man of a criminal and a man of trust." Meredith denied the allegations and testified that diamonds had appreciated over the last decade. Click here to get Briz admitted that in his testimony, Morady did not misinterpret the characteristics of the diamonds, but said the jeweler had marked the price when he told Bryce that he would sell his jewelry to him "Bryce's investment is not as lucrative as he was convinced," says Union Tribune.