Not only was she lying, she just did not care about her dogs' behaviour in court, which made me to think she has the same attitude in daily life.
wever, pawnshop owner says she's only willing to return the jewelry, if they pay her for everything they've lost because it expired, including guns, bicycles, and other items. They're going to need more than the $2100 for the jewelry.
JJ says to let the people redeem the three tickets only for the jewelry, and if pawnshop still has the jewelry not melted, then she should call plaintiffs or the court and say she has the jewelry. Plaintiff will either get nothing, or get a chance to redeem their jewelry. (My guess is if the jewelry wasn't melted before the case, then it certainly was the second the defendant got to a phone).
From of these look the male plaintiff gave the pawnbroker I was thinking he'd get the Mexican Mafia on her,
But we do have to thank her for the EPIC Halter View we had in a LONG TIME.