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article imageInsurance company says Musician Timbaland's claim is bogus

By Owen Weldon     Mar 30, 2013 in Entertainment
According to legal documents filed by an insurance company, Timbaland is trying to get one over on them by filing a bogus $1.8 million claim over a missing watch.
According to TMZ, Timbaland filed a lawsuit against American Home Assurance Company, claiming that his daughter lost his watch that had 30 carats of diamonds on it, and the insurance company will not pay up.
According to 411Mania, sometime after the lawsuit was filed, AHAC claimed that Timbaland bought the watch for $900,000, but insured it for twice the purchase price. The insurance company also says that Timbaland first reported the watch as stolen, but a few months later he claimed that his daughter misplaced it. The company also does not like that everyone involved had a different story to tell.
According to SOHH, the wife implicated another female, while the assistant implicated the maid, while the maid did not have anything to say, nor did Timbaland's brother-in-law.
The insurance company said that nobody mentioned the daughter losing the watch.
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