Saks Fifth Avenue is suing a customer, over thousands of dollars worth of mis-priced jewelry.
Emily Pickering is being sued by the retail store after two clerks sold her diamond earrings and a diamond broach as a set for $28,000.
Turns out, the earrings and the broach weren't a set -- and should have been sold for $76,000.
The store's General Manager called Pickering, told her of the mistake, and asked her to either return the jewelry or pay up at a discounted price.
Court documents show Pickering refused.
Now Saks is suing her for the price of the broach and its lawyers' fees.
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