Jennifer Williams of 'Basketball Wives' Says a Con Man Stole Her Range Rover
Jennifer Williams revealed a scam artist stole her Range Rover. The reality star enlisted the help of her followers sharing the identity and photo of the con man.
Jennifer Williams is seeking the help of the public to recover her stolen Range Rover from a con man.
Williams took to her Instagram to reveal a photo of her missing vehicle along with a pic of the man she believes stole it. The “Basketball Wives” star named the man as Aaron Nichols who also goes by the names Nick, Daniel, or Chris.
Williams did not reveal details of her association with Nichols but claimed, “He has conned many women and men too out of vehicles and large amounts of cash.”
Williams added that the suspect at large is based in Atlanta but often frequents Detroit, Houston, and Las Vegas.
A few hours ago, Williams shared that she learned a lot about Nichols through her recently concluded interview with Angela Yee of “The Breakfast Club.”
An investigation in connection to Williams’ stolen car is currently ongoing at the Smyrna Police Department in Georgia. However, Williams would appreciate any leads her followers may give her.
“If you have seen him or are a victim of his antics please DM me,” Williams pleaded. She also identified the name of her attorney, Jamie Hernan and gave his email address as another option for communication.
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I’m asking for some help finding my Range Rover that this man, Aaron Nichols, stole from me. He goes by many alias including Nick, Daniel or Chris. He has conned many women and men too out of vehicles and large amounts of cash. Lives in the Atlanta area and frequents Detriot, Houston and Vegas. If you have seen him or are a victim of his antics please DM me, email my attorney, Jamie Hernan, at email@example.com or contact the Smyrna Police Dept in GA as there is an active investigation going on. Thank you in advance. #FindMyRange #AmericanGreed #LawyeredUp #Repost #JusticeWillBeServed
It seems Williams’ decision to seek help from her fans proved to be a good move. Soon after, someone commented on her post claiming the same experience with the same man.
“He did the same thing to my friend Ellie! Stole her S550 Benz but she didn’t let up. She got her [expletive] back. This was a few years ago. Sad!”
Williams updated her fans in a follow-up post saying she’d been receiving tips through direct messaging and was grateful.
Williams was previously linked to rapper Rick Ross and this too was riddled with controversy. A former flame of Ross, Brit Eady claimed Williams befriended her then broke the girl code by dating her ex. Moreover, Williams ended their friendship after landing Ross.
A few hours ago, Williams shared that she learned a lot about Nichols through her recently concluded interview with Angela Yee of “The Breakfast Club.” Many of his victims offered information on the show.
“This is so much bigger than my Range Rover,” she proclaimed as she promoted the interview which will be aired tomorrow.
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Thankful to @angelayee and the @breakfastclubam for the platform to talk about my story and what I have found out from numerous victims of this scam artist, Aaron Nichols. Tune in tomorrow at 8.. special thanks to my attorney, Jamie Hernan, and Ramona @nymiamivegas. This is so much bigger than my Range Rover now #JusticeWillBeServed ⚖️
We hope Williams will be able to recover her stolen vehicle and that justice will be served her way.