California man pays a psychic to break bad luck curse The online psychic claimed the man was cursed with bad luck by his ex. He paid her $5,000 to undo the curse, but says his relationship did not improve.

California man pays a psychic to break bad luck curse

California man pays a psychic to break bad luck curse

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The online psychic claimed the man was cursed with bad luck by his ex. He paid her $5,000 to undo the curse, but says his relationship did not improve.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. When your relationship is on the rocks, sometimes you got to think outside the box, like a man in California did when he found a psychic online who billed herself as a love specialist. She claimed that he was cursed with bad luck by his ex. Luckily, the psychic said she could remove the curse for the small fee of $5,000. He did pay her, but he says his relationship did not get better. Now he's suing the psychic. Wonder if she saw that in the cards, too.

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