Singer Sean Kingston has been ordered to pay a jeweller $44,000 (£35,300) over an outstanding bill.
The Beautiful Girls star was sued by the owners of Haimov Jewelers in Florida earlier this year (16), after they claimed he traded in a used Rolex watch in exchange for a new one, and signed a receipt promising to pay off the difference the following day.
He allegedly still owed the store the $25,000 (£20,000) balance for the watch, plus the cost of a diamond bracelet, which he also apparently promised payment for.
A judge has now ruled Kingston owes the outstanding balance, plus interest. According to TMZ, $5.75 (£5.00) will be added to his debt daily until he clears the bill.
This isn't the first time Kingston has been sued for unpaid bling - in July (16), bosses at Aqua Master hit the singer with a lawsuit claiming he picked out nine pieces of their high-end jewellery, costing more than $300,000 (£240,500), and his business manager promised to wire money for the outstanding bill. Instead the Aqua Master jewellers received two cheques - both of which bounced. Kingston has failed to respond to the lawsuit or show up for court and last month (Nov16) the jewellery bosses asked a judge to award them a default judgment of $616,000 (£494,000) for the accessories, interest, and fees.
In 2015, Kingston was ordered to pay $356,000 (£285,400) to New York-based Avid 'Da Jeweler' Davidov for failing to pay for watches, chains, a ring and bracelets between 2008 and 2013, and then attempting to cover the debt with cheques that bounced.