By - 11/12/2018 22:00
Today I saw a picture of my ex giving her new boyfriend an extremely familiar ring. Upon zooming in, I realized that it was the engagement ring i gave her that she claimed to have had stolen from her home... FML
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  28

Your ex-girlfriend gave her new boyfriend the engagement ring you gave her? Bit unusual if it had a stone of some sort on it. If you kept the receipt, you should confront them, and get it back.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  28

Your ex-girlfriend gave her new boyfriend the engagement ring you gave her? Bit unusual if it had a stone of some sort on it. If you kept the receipt, you should confront them, and get it back.

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  ninjaaudrey  |  4

What's confusing about this? OPs ex fiancé gave her new fiancé OPs old engagement ring. OPs ex fiancé lied about the ring being stolen so that she didn't have to give it back to OP.

By  RichardPencil  |  27

The explanation is so obvious: the new boyfriend is the one who stole the ring from your ex’s home, and she tracked him down, and when she confronted him, they fell in love.

I’m sure this is the plot of some Sandra Bullock/Owen Wilson romcom.

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  bl3ur0z3  |  17

It's a conditional gift and three have been cases ruled in court determining that the ring belongs to her only if she marries him, which she didn't.

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  tounces7  |  26

In most states, the engagement ring would be legally required to be returned, along with anything else she received in anticipation of marriage.

It's great that the legal system actually does work fairly sometimes.

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  zuckerburg  |  21

A gift? No. It's not a gift. Men don't give women rings as gifts and ask them to marry them, they give the ring as symbol and ask their hand in marriage. If no marriage happens, ring goes back. Simple as that. I really have to wonder how many "gifts" you didn't return or if you're OP's ex.