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Lawyer: Hotel valet gave his $300,000 Ferrari to wrong man



 
 
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Old January 26th 18, 11:56 PM posted to alt.hotel666, sac.politics, fl.politics, soc.retirement,rec.autos.driving
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Default Lawyer: Hotel valet gave his $300,000 Ferrari to wrong man

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - The owner of a $300,000 Ferrari is
suing Marriott International, saying a hotel valet gave his keys
to a young man who was trying to impress a woman he just met.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that 73-year-old attorney James
“Skip” Fowler parked his yellow 458 Italia Spider outside the
Vinoy Renaissance Resort & Golf Club last July 27 while
attending a lawyer’s convention in St. Petersburg.

There the 2014 Ferrari remained for more than 12 hours, until
Levi Miles, then 28, showed up. Miles said he told the woman it
was his and demanded the keys, telling the valet that the ticket
was in the car and he’d bring it back. He never did. The two sat
in the car for “quite a while,” according to a St. Petersburg
police report. Eventually, the valet said he stopped paying
attention after he “figured he wasn’t getting a tip.”

Miles drove off with Chloe Rimmer in the passenger seat until an
officer stopped him for driving without taillights. The police
report noted that the driver had “difficulty” handling the car,
that cocaine was found on the center console, and that Rimmer
had marijuana in her purse.

Miles told several stories. Then he said he had just met Rimmer,
and she asked if the Ferrari was his. “Yeah, that’s my car,” he
said he told her.

“I was just trying to impress the girl I just met at the Vinoy,”
he told officers.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news.../lawyer-hotel-
valet-gave-his-300000-ferrari-to-wron/

I would want a new car after that lying drug dealer coon and the
whore were in it.

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