Friday, January 13, 2017

Jenifer Lewis Suing Con-Man Ex


Veteran actress Jenifer Lewis opens up about suing her conman ex- fiancé for bilking her out of $50,000...



11 comments:

Anonymous said...

This woman is in her middle age and she is more beautiful and fresher looking than these young heauxs. And she is makeup free with no filters in this pic. Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Tsk Tsk....Oh Jennifer you are too smart and too seasoned for these shenanigans dear. When that Good Good goes Bad. That D was putting her mind at ease until she started gagging.

cocoadread said...

Good for her!

Anonymous said...

Brice Carrington? Are we sure that's not an alias too?

Anonymous said...

Oxford educated PhD working at LA Fitness? Red Flag.

Felicia said...

Reading is so fundamental!!
The Oxford education was under a different alias that she located on line..

JDENT said...

LA Fitness is a shit company. No matter how bad their employees are they protect them. Customer service null and void to them. Glad she's suing the bastards.

With her connections she should've done a background check on his ass. Dating is different these days.

Anonymous said...

Before her untimely passing a few years ago, Vesta got caught up with a "fitness trainer".

Small or large, she could have had almost any man she wanted (except Bruce Willis, smh) but this is to say that even attractive, successful women can get caught by a male looking for a come up.

Hopefully, Jenifer will rebound and find someone worthy of her character.

Yeah.. said...

I bet she spent 50k on the dog tho...pay the man..D aint free either

Anonymous said...

This can happen to any woman. We act as if no one is ever vunerable in life ever. She obviously was going through something that left her open to a swindler. Am I my brothers keeper. Yes..Yes I am!

Anonymous said...

What did he do with the money?
Is it the THRILL of getting over?
Does he stock pile it in his back account?
What do these people do with all this money that they swindle?
If they are young, early 20's, I can understand being foolish & blowing it on "stuff".
But after 25 OR 300, what are you doing with the money?
Saving it to retire n a small island?

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