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  • Several celebrities either have been accused or willingly used other people's property and claimed them as their own.
  • In 2004, a lawsuit was brought against MTV by the real owner of Ja Rule's "crib" alleging unauthorized taping of the interior and damage to the property caused by Ja Rule's partying. [1]
  • The first MTV Cribs episode with Robbie Williams showcased Jane Seymour's house as his home. In reality, Williams was renting the home from actress Jane Seymour. In an episode of The Kumars at No. 42, Seymour confirmed that she owned the property.[2]. Williams later admitted the con and then showed off his real home in a later episode of Cribs.
  • 50 Cent's MTV Cribs episode showed him with three Ferraris (A Yellow Enzo Ferrari, and Red versions of the Ferrari F50 and Ferrari 599) with 50 Cent claiming they were his "whips." All three Ferraris were owned by a private collector who lent out the rides for 50 Cent's Cribs episode and related music video work.[3]
  • Lil Bow Wow showcased his crib, along with a selection of exotic cars (which included a Bentley, a Lamborghini, and a Cadillac Escalade). They were later found out to be rented from a luxury car rental outfit in Miami via a plate spelling out the company's name on the cars.[4]
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