Miranda Kerr is the latest celebrity forced to hand over wildly expensive gifts sent by Jho Low, one of the shady investors working with the Malaysian Prime Minister to funnel billions away from the nation's economic development fund. Low is the same guy who sent Picasso and Basquiat "donations" to DiCaprio that the actor was forced to return to the U.S. Justice Department.
[Kerr] was given a heart-shaped diamond necklace worth $1.8 million, with her initials inscribed on the back, as a 2014 Valentine's Day gift from Low.
Later in 2014... Low gave Kerr a second, pink diamond, pendant worth $4.8 million, followed by matching earrings, a bracelet and a ring worth almost $2 million.
That's $8.2 million in baubles. Unlike the paintings for DiCaprio, there's no suggestion these gifts were destined for a Rich People Save the Planet charity auction. Kerr's safety deposit box was where they remained until demanded by the Feds this past week.
Kerr was quick to point out the lavish gifts came in between her two marriages to Pirates Boy and Snapchat Billionaire. Scruples are a sliding scale. Assume horny rich dudes around the world are always sending expensive gifts to Victoria's Secret models. Assume it's never in the eight million range unless they're absolutely getting something in return.
Dumb guys buying porn stars' end tables on Amazon Wish Lists are anticipating a pair of caked panties or worn heels. Wick dipping if they go big for the matching set. Maybe you send the diamond necklace as a tester. But the follow up with even more crazy expensive jewelry suggests a quid pro quo. That's Latin for Australian pussy. And it's less embarrassing than finding your country being ripped off for a fat cat's infatuation with Kim Kardashian. So, each of the United Arab Emirates.
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