Dude, Where's my Jewelery?

We didn't hear much from Duce Staley during most of the season. He didn't even make a sound during the Super Bowl. Now he's making news for losing a condo.

Duce Staley says he "lost" some highly valuable jewelry while he was getting roughed up by club security shortly after 4:00am Saturday at Studio 54, a gentleman's club. He had a VIP pass by management but as he tried to enter he got into a scuffle with security. He then told police one of the guards grabbed his throat and that's how he lost a bracelet and two diamond earrings worth $100,000.

Police are wondering why someone of his status would not be allowed into the club. If you look at the video of the club, it's no five star gentleman's club. He should be wearing cubic zarconia into the club, not diamonds. Big cubic zarconia gets you VIP status in that club.

I'm confused how you just lose a bracelet and earrings in a scuffle. A bracelet I can understand because it might come undone. But an earring is usually pierced through your ear lobe. It's hard to lose an earring. Unless Duce had some clip on earrings, which would be embarrassing to admit.

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