New York Knicks forward Derrick Williams picked up two women from the club early Saturday morning. Late Saturday afternoon he noticed an empty space where a Louis Vuitton trunk full of $750,000 in jewelry once sat.
“I don’t want to talk about it,” Williams told the press Saturday evening. “It’s still up in the air.”
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New York cops investigate whether the thieves belonged to a ring of women that target wealthy men in Manhattan clubs in order to rob them. The New York Post reports that two gold diggers stole a watch worth nearly $600,000 from a man they met at a strip club earlier this month.
Williams met the sexy kleptos at a venue appropriately called Up & Down. The despoiling duo returned to his apartment with a group of friends before disappearing along with the bling.
Despite the depressing distraction, Williams went to work at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. He scored nine points and grabbed six boards off the bench in a 107-91 victory over the Chicago Bulls. The Knicks, winners of four in a row, host the Orlando Magic tonight.