Jerry Seinfeld Suing Car Dealership Over Possible Fake Porsche Authenticity

This could have been a great episode on Seinfeld.  Jerry Seinfeld has sued the classic car dealer that sold him a rare Porsche that might be a fake. In 2013, the comedian bought what he thought was a 1958 Porsche Carrera Speedster from European Collectibles for $1.2 million. Three years later, Jerry auctioned it off for $1.54 million. The winning bidder, FICA FRIO Limited, then sued the star claiming the Porsche’s certificate of authenticity was bogus.

Now Jerry wants European Collectibles to deal with the problem. His attorney, Orin Snyder, tells TMZ, “Jerry has no liability in this matter, but he wants to do the right thing, and is therefore bringing this action to hold European Collectibles accountable for its own certification of authenticity, and to allow the court to determine the just outcome.”

I think we all know that Puddy is responsible.