There are still consequences in the middle of the split between Paris Hilton and her fiancé, Chris Zylka.
The 33-year-old model / actor, according to Page Six, had hoped to recover the $ 2 million commitment ring he presented to the 37-year-old socialite in his proposal earlier this year on the slopes of Aspen, Colorado.
To complicate the matter, Zylka apparently did not spend money on the 20-carat ring, according to the members on page 6.
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No return: Paris Hilton's ex-fiancé, Chris Zylka, 33, hoped to recover the $ 2 million engagement ring he presented to the 37-year-old socialite, but experts say they did not pay for it. The two were captured in Mexico last year.
The actor, who has been seen in The Leftovers and The Amazing Spider-Man, received the flash for free from Michael Greene, a jeweler from the stars who is close to the Stars Are Blind singer, the sources said.
The 5-foot-8 social fountain will keep the expensive piece of jewelry, sources told the store, adding: "The ring is from her."
The store reported that Zylka has a net worth of around $ 4 million, a fraction of the $ 300 million estimated to value the empire of the hotel heiress.
Zylka had raised the funds to pay for the ring by selling "very valuable and lucrative" art pieces she had created, a spokesperson for the former couple said earlier this year.
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"He has very high level clients from all over the world who continually look for their work," said the representative.
Following the news this week, an informant told the agency that Hilton had not been "happy for a while" in the relationship with Zylka, adding that "she always paid for everything."
"Most of his friends thought he would realize at some point that it was too good for him." They came from two different worlds.
Zylka's representative told Page Six in response to his report that his information on the ring [was] wrong, adding, & # 39; Chris has his own money. Do your homework. & # 39;