5 p.m. new episode, (first one), then rerun-
Child Abandonment?-Plaintiff (mother-in-law to defendant) is alleged to have deserted her husband, child, and Mercedes. The car was bought three years ago, defendant stopped paying for the used car a year and a half ago, so mother-in-law doesn't have to repay defendant for the car loan, plaintiff co-signed on. Despicably, the husband the defendant deserted is in the military, and defendant is shacking up with Jody in North Carolina. (A Jody is the guy that's boinking your wife when you're deployed, or otherwise on military business).
Defendant claims soon to be ex told her to get the car note in her name, and then she was served with civil lawsuit paperwork from MIL. Defendant told to sign car title over to plaintiff, and car can be sold. Plaintiff is whining about not recouping what she paid on the car, tough luck lady. Defendant wants to keep the vehicle, and claims plaintiff was primary on the car, and defendant was co-signer. Defendant can't pay the car off, and lies about having access to the money. Nothing for either side, and title / bill of sale given to plaintiff so she can sell the car.
Beamer Trap!-Plaintiff was selling a Beamer to defendant by having defendant take over payments. 2008 BMW something. Defendant claims he didn't know the payment amount on the car, or the length of the remaining note, and plaintiff claims he didn't pay tolls on the car either. Defendant claims he paid extra to plaintiff to pay the car off faster. Defendant had the car for 14 months, took the car to the dealer for service, found out it would cost a lot to fix, so he left it there. Defendant wants the extra payment amounts back.
Plaintiff claims the car was damaged by defendant, and also says defendant has unpaid toll tickets that are the plaintiff's responsibility, because the car was still in the plaintiff's name. Both headlights are broken, tree fell on car, and it wasn't fixed, estimated damage from tree is $2800, including the car wrap too. Tolls amount to $783, defendant negotiated $135 to pay the tolls to NJ. Plaintiff gets $2935.
Rerun-(Dog lovers might want to skip this entire episode, just from the previews, it's very intense)-
Muzzle Confusion and Attack!-Plaintiff's dog was violently attacked by defendant's dog, the dog was required to be muzzled at all times because of previous attack history. Plaintiff wants vet bills, medical bills for her injuries, and claims for defendant filing a false police report. This all happened at the animal control vaccination clinic. Defendant claims the plaintiff's dog (a 15 lb Puggle) attacked her 80 lb Boxer cross viciously first. Defendant does not look like a Boxer mix at all. Defendant claims her dog was expelled from the clinic after the bites.
Plaintiff had her little dog, and her 3 year old child, when the defendant's dog came up to her dog, and knocked plaintiff over and started attacking the little dog, kept attacking the small dog. Defendant's dog has a prior history of violent behavior, and is required to be muzzled at all times when off the property. Defendant claims the muzzle was on the dog, but it was able to savagely rip up the plaintiff's dog. Defendant adopted a dog that had to be muzzled, however, defendant claims the decision to muzzle the dog was 'just in case', and not required.
The previous incident was an unprovoked attack on a neighbor's leashed animal, when the defendant owned the dog. Now the defendant remembers the attack.
$3k to plaintiff, and defendant is a freaking liar.
Swamp-Hunting Dog Meets Pit Bull!-Plaintiff suing former friend for vet bills, medical bills, and lost wages when the defendant's pit bull attacked his dog. Plaintiff was staying overnight at a friend's house, and the next morning the pit bull attacked a Catahoulla when the defendant tied her dog out on a 30 foot lead. As usual, defendant claims plaintiff harassed her.
Plaintiff gets $5000 vet bills were paid by the landowner, so no vet bill money, and no medical bills, except out-of-pocket.