3 p.m. reruns-
1,000 Beer Bottles Clean-Up!-Aunt/plaintiff made the huge mistake of renting a house month-to-month without a lease to her nephew (her sister's kid). Aunt/plaintiff was living in Las Vegas, and came back to Harrisburg, PA to care for her terminally ill mother-in-law, and gave nephew/tenant notice to quit. Nephew said he was looking for another place. Aunt/plaintiff told nephew to move out, said he was moving, and then sublets said they weren't moving after nephew moved. Aunt saw the house with beer bottles, trash, dirty dishes, everywhere, so aunt did notice to quit, and then had him evicted. Plaintiff's husband supervised the house, when he got out of prison, and then went back to prison. Nephew says he had permission to sublet from uncle.
JJ doesn't believe what plaintiff claims district court told her to do, which is have the police evict them, because they had no lease, but were paid up, month-to-month tenants.
Bills for cleaning up trash, and estimates are submitted by the nephew. Nephew didn't pay August rent, but didn't get the place cleaned up. Nephew claims she changed the locks after he moved out, Aunt says she didn't. The sister/mother of nephew is defendant's nephew. I bet Thanksgiving is fun with this family.
Nephew claims he had to move out on 1 August, claims that Aunt freaked out when he was going to move his last load of stuff, Aunt went nuts, and damaged his car.
Aunt claims she was holding a dining chair outside, and removing the trash out, and claims nephew was piling trash outside. Aunt claims nephew attacked her, and threw her to the ground, Aunt also claims the house took days to clean out, and was revolting.
Plaintiff gets $500, defendant gets $250 for car damage by plaintiff.
Shot in the Knee?-Woman plaintiff went camping, and alleges that defendant shot her in the knee with a pellet gun, or BB gun. Defendant claims the woman is exaggerating her injuries, and suffering. There are text messages from the defendant saying he's the one who shot the plaintiff. There is a witness who saw who shot the plaintiff, and defendant starts trying to lie his way out of this.
Defendant claims the woman wasn't carried to her car, and is claiming she wasn't hurt that much.
Plaintiff gets $4,000, and her insurance didn't cover emergency room for some reason.
Save My Business!-Plaintiff sues former friend for repayment of a loan for $5,500, to save defendant's business. Plaintiff has proof of the loan, and check was deposited by defendant. Defendant was selling her business, and needed to get up to date on building lease to transfer the loan. They never did a promissory note. Defendant admits she received the money, and repaid nothing. Defendant doesn't seem all that repentant about not paying the loan either.
$5,000 to plaintiff.
(Warning, there are two new episodes tomorrow, and there is a dog case in each episode).