Duhamel’s Stolen WSOP Bracelet Found

February 20, 2012

At the end of last year, 2010 World Series of Poker Champions, Jonathan Duhamel, reported his winning WSOP bracelet stolen after a home invasion took place. Fortunately, the bracelet has now been recovered, though it was found in a very unusual place in a very unusual way.

An employee of a street sweeping company that cleans the streets of Montreal reported the find. The bracelet was discovered last Wednesday by a street sweeper who had cleaned the Ville-Marie tunnel. The bracelet was found in a dumpster where cleaning residue accumulates on the street sweeper. The bracelet is not in the best shape, and needs a lot of work, if not to just be melted down and re-cast.

Duhamel’s ex-girlfriend, Bianca Rojas-Latraverse, and her accomplice await trial for their part in the forced entry invasion into Duhamel’s suburban Montreal home. Rojas-Latraverse is charged with assault, conspiracy, breaking and entering, and armed robbery.

How the bracelet ended up on the streets is still unknown.

Duhamel was the first Canadian to win the WSOP, taking home $8.9 million for his first place win.



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