By Frank Williams Jr.

A Manhattan couple is between a rock and a hard place.

Bradley Moss and Amy Bzura were scheduled to walk down the aisle last month, but never made it to the altar. Now the jilted groom wants the $125,000 engagement ring back, but his ex-fiancée vows she won’t return the sparkler, according to a suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

On Nov. 3, Moss wrote Bzura a letter demanding she return the rock. But she “has willfully and maliciously refused,” the suit says. The suit calls for the return of the ring, or its value in cash, with interest, along with punitive damages determined by the court.

 

Who’s right in this situation? Should you have to give the ring back after an engagement is broken off?

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