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SPOILED Son of A POWERFUL American BILLIONAIRE Gets REVENGE For Getting RIPPED OFF, But Did He Go TOO FAR?!

Not every love story ends happily, some are ending with disappointment. Everyone makes mistakes. It depends on the mistake, whether someone will end up without the loving one, or will end up without its money.

Take for example Wyatt Koch, whose breakage ended in the courtside.

Wyatt Koch, a fashion designer, and son of powerful American billionaire Bill Koch broke up the relationship with his girlfriend and is now looking for his 250,000-dollar ring.

Wyatt, who lives in Florida, filed a lawsuit against Ivy Slocumb. In March, he bought a diamond ring of 8.24 carats for $ 180,000, but its value today is estimated at $ 250 000.

Koch in the lawsuit stated that Ivy was the one who broke up the engagement in May and that he had repeatedly asked her to return the ring, but that did not happen.

“She got the ring conditionally. She refused to return it despite the request “- writes in the lawsuit in which Koch, besides the ring, also claims 15 thousand dollars in damages. It is unclear whether his former fiancé hired a lawyer.

Wyatt Koch is the founder of Wyatt Ingraham LLC, a fashion line for men. As stated on the company’s website, his sense of fashion is bold, and Wyatt believes that clothing should be an occasion for starting a conversation.

Wyatt’s father is “worth” about $ 1.7 billion. He was the co-founder of the Oxbridge Academy at West Palm Beach.

The Koch family is often at the center of world’s attention, and they are considered to be one of the “main shadow players” of American politics.

He was hosting fundraisers for the US President Donald Trump during the elections in 2016.

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