Judge orders Wiilliams' records turned over in ring flap

Attorneys forced to surrender financial, medical and phone records to lawyers for ex-fiancee' Terry McCormick

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Attorneys for current Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Mario Williams were ordered by a Harris County (Texas) judge to surrender cellphone, financial and medical records to lawyers for Williams' ex-fiancee, per the Houston Chronicle.

Williams and Erin Marzouki of Houston are in litigation over a 10.04 karat diamond engagement ring that Williams gave to the woman while they were engaged. Their relationship ended in January of this year, and Williams, now with the Buffalo Bills, sued in May to have the ring returned to him.

Each party claims that the other is responsible for breaking the engagement, and at stake is the ring, which is valued at $785,000.

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