Aydin & Company Said Yung Joc Never Paid Them For Diamond Bracelet And Ring
A Georgia judge has slapped an $80,000 default judgment on Yung Joc for ignoring a jewelry store’s lawsuit that claims he never paid them for the ice he copped.
Aydin & Company sued Joc in August after they said he broke their 2009 agreement to pay $17,500 plus interest for a 24-carat diamond bracelet and a men’s diamond ring.
The company said Joc – who was born Jasiel Robinson – got the ice, but stiffed them, and despite the jeweler’s demands, has refused to pay up or respond to the lawsuit. Aydin & Company said in court papers that Joc now owes them $72,819, which includes 12 percent annual interest, plus $7,082 in lawyer’s fees.
We’ve called Young Joc for comment.
A lawyer for the upscale jewelers said they served the father of eight with the lawsuit at a club appearance in Atlanta back in August, but he never responded. But on Nov. 16, a Fulton County Superior Court judge issued a default order against Joc for the money owed plus lawyer’s fees and interest.
“The next thing we’ll do is take the necessary steps to enforce the judgment,” Aydin & Company’s lawyer Shelitha Renee Robertson told BOSSIP. “It’s a prime example of justice prevailing.”