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Old 07-21-2013   #63
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Default Re: "Mario Williams sues ex-fiancee for $785,000 ring"

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A Harris County state district judge Friday instructed attorneys for former Texans defensive lineman Mario Williams to turn over his cellular phone and certain financial and medical records for potential examination by attorneys for Williams’ former fiancée.


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Williams said in his lawsuit filed in early May that Marzouki “unilaterally terminated” the engagement and refused his request to return the diamond engagement ring valued at $785,000. Buzbee countered that Williams broke the engagement and made false statements about Marzouki in the lawsuit that warranted an investigation by Harris County prosecutors to determine whether he had committed perjury.

Buzbee has been the verbal aggressor during the pretrial phase, and that pattern continued Friday.

“You want to play? Let’s play,” he said at one point. During another exchange, he said, “We want that phone, and we want it now. Then I will take his deposition, and I’m going to ask (Williams) some hard questions. He needs to be asked the hard questions.”

Buzbee also said he needed access to a wide range of documents to determine whether Williams was unfaithful to Marzouki during their engagement, engaged in “sexting” with other women or purchased gifts for other women. He said he also wanted access to medical records to determine whether Williams suffered from mood swings that might explain what Marzouki claims was Williams’ decision to end the engagement.

Monica Orlando countered that Buzbee was seeking wide access to documents because he was “fishing” for information to bolster a weak defense.


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