Woman sued over 1,200-pair shoe collection
Ex claims she failed to report pricey heels in divorce
A professional poker player is being sued by her ex-husband over her 1,200-pair shoe collection.
Daniel Shak claims his ex, self-proclaimed shoe addict Beth Shak, failed to report her designer shoe collection -- which includes about 700 pairs of Louboutins and has been featured on MTV's "Cribs" -- in their divorce proceedings, the New York Post reported.
The finance titan the collection is worth an estimated $1 million and may entitle him to hundreds of thousands of dollars more in their divorce settlement, ABC News reported.
According to the lawsuit, Daniel Shak claims he never knew about all the pricey heels and hid the collection from him in a "secret room," according to the Post.
"I'm shaking my head over this whole thing," Beth Shak told the newspaper. "He is saying he didn't know the closet in our master bedroom existed."
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