However, when Daniels declined the proposal, she did not return the ring. Unless you're a soldier stationed overseas, that's just about the lamest thing I've ever heard. As many of you have pointed out, there's a reasonable chance he then dropped it.
If you proposed through the mail, wouldn't you not want other people to hear that?
Williams is suing a former girlfriend he proposed to this spring, according to a lawsuit obtained by the Odessa American on June 30.
The lawsuit says Williams, a native of Odessa, Texas, is trying to regain possession of a ,000 engagement ring he sent -- by mail -- to Brooke Daniels, the 2009 Miss Texas USA, whom he dated for nearly a year.
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Except it's not because most people don't propose the way Roy Williams did.
From the Odessa American: Williams has declined to comment for the story, but in an affidavit signed by Williams, he claims he sent ,000 for school and dental bills, a baseball for Daniels' brother and — as a surprise — a recorded marriage proposal with the ring through the mail just before Valentine's Day to Daniels.
When Daniels declined to marry Williams, the lawsuit says she didn't return the ring when he asked for it back.
In total, Jackson has won 11 NBA titles as a coach, surpassing the previous record of nine set by Red Auerbach.
He also won two championships as a player with the New York Knicks in 19, and holds the NBA record for the most combined championships (13) Jackson is known for his use of Tex Winter's triangle offense as well as an holistic approach to coaching that is influenced by Eastern philosophy, earning him the nickname "Zen Master".
An insurance investigation later revealed that Daniels' father was in possession of the ring.
Michael Daniels told the Odessa American that his daughter will return the ring to avoid the lawsuit even though he says he has documentation saying Williams told her to keep it. Minus the price tag, this is a dispute that probably happens every day in the United States.