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Kylie Jenner set to spill on Tyga’s lavish gifts

Kylie Jenner set to spill on Tyga’s lavish gifts

Kylie Jenner is getting ready to talk about how much Tyga spends on her.

Jenner, 19, has agreed to answer questions about her boyfriend’s finances as part of an ongoing case against Tyga initiated by celeb jeweler Jason Arasheben, owner of Jason’s of Beverly Hills, TMZ reported.

Tyga, 26, allegedly owes the jeweler $200,000 after failing to pay for a gold watch and chain he purchased in 2013.

Arasheben hired Los Angeles attorneys Danny Abir and Boris Treyzon of Abir, Cohen, Treyzon and Salo, the same legal team Tyga’s former landlord Gholamreza Rezai used to settle a $480,000 debt against the “Rack City” rapper — only after a bench warrant was issued for his arrest for failing to appear in court. (Tyga was busy vacationing with Jenner at the time.)

“We’re not trying to arrest anyone,” Abir told Page Six. “We’re accommodating their request for privacy … Jenner has agreed to make herself available for a debtor’s examination prior to October 6.”

A debtor’s examination is similar to a deposition, but focuses solely on a debtor’s finances. The examination will likely inquire about the money Tyga reportedly spends on the reality starlet (like the diamond ring she said he “spoiled” her with in July and another giant rock from Christmas 2015), as well as his general spending habits. If the couple fails to appear, Arasheben’s attorneys will be able to request a bench warrant for their arrest.

Reps for Jenner and Tyga didn’t immediately return requests for comment.

Posted on September 23, 2016admin

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