Stella Dimoko Super Model Miranda Kerr Surrenders $8.1 Million in Jewels Gifted By Her EX To The Feds


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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Super Model Miranda Kerr Surrenders $8.1 Million in Jewels Gifted By Her EX To The Feds

Supermodel Miranda Kerr is giving her ex’s stuff back, but it’s not what you think. She recently surrendered $8.1 million worth of jewelry to the U.S. Justice Department.

The items were from an ex-boyfriend, Malaysian financier Jho Low, who allegedly used money stolen from the Malaysian government for the gifts. Among the expensive bling Kerr surrendered is an 8.8-carat diamond pendant from designer Lorraine Schwartz worth $3.8 million.

Miranda and Low dated for a year in 2014 but this past May, she tied the knot with Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snapchat. Low is currently being investigated for his involvement with a major corruption scandal.

A spokesman for the Australian model told the Dow Jones newswires: “From the start of the inquiry, Miranda Kerr cooperated fully and pledged to turn over the gifts of jewelry to the government. Ms. Kerr will continue to assist with the inquiry in any way she can.”

Leonardo DiCaprio also found himself in the middle of the embezzlement scheme. Earlier this month, Leo surrendered art pieces worth millions of dollars to the feds and an Oscar that once belonged to Marlon Brando.

From yahoo celebrity.

*Na wah oh....I cannot imagine anyone voluntarily giving back to the EFCC any gift from fraud in Nigeria!


  1. Chai! See my life, I no dey see man to spend for me like dis

  2. Beautiful Miranda!

    Just Reading the headlines,I thought her ex asked for the gifts back.

    Asides men that talk too Much and pick their noses in public.The only other type of men I can't stand are those that ask for their gifts back when they part ways with their ladies.
    Such childish behaviour!🙄

  3. She's obviously a gold digger. Always going after rich men.

    1. Hian!!! She's a celebrity, so her path often crosses those of rich men. See painment

    2. I actually agree, lot of these models go for the richest fish they can land. Can't say I blame them, most have no marketable skills after their short career ends. Na the men be maga.

  4. She did well, no Nigerian lady will do such.

    God Bless Everyone.

    1. Why will you say this? Does it mean you can't do this? No vex, na question I ask.

      The woman (cleaner) that returned the money she saw at the airport is a Nigerian o

  5. Na wa o. I don't trust myself where jewelry is concerned. I'd return some but I don't see myself returning all. Only thing is that I may end up not using the one I sent return at all and it would all have been in futility. The monies spent on vacations and clothes nko?

    That said, hope the Nigerian government is watching and perhaps, learning how corruption is fought.

  6. She willingly returned them cos she has caught a bigger fish.

  7. I will not return except God knows....

  8. it was not returned by choice , the law compelled her to return them

  9. it was not returned by choice , the law compelled her to return them, if she had refused them she would have been jailed .


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