Looks like Lebron James is turning out to be a pain in the necklace for an woman from his hometown.  Vaneisha Robinson of Akron, Ohio, thought she struck it rich when got a sparkly pendant of No. 23’s jersey appraised for $10,000. 
She’d bought it at a flea market for $5 four years before and was stunned to find out all the bling on it was real. 
Now she’s reeling from an allegation that the jewelry was stolen and that cops have named her as a suspect.

Check this out, it gets worse, she says, the head of LeBron’s marketing team tricked and strong-armed her into surrendering the item. 

“I need a lawyer,” Robinson wrote on her Facebook page on Friday!!
“There was no serial number on that pendant so it’s untraceable,” she told the TV station. “That pendant is mine. It belongs to me.”