5 p.m. episodes, first one new, second one a recent rerun (rerun I missed the first time because that channel was having issues, and it's doing it again. I really want to know how JJ gets interrupted, but every stupid commercial runs just fine.)-
I'm a Cash Guy, Not a 'Tax' Guy-Plaintiff suing former friend for the return of property, and for filing a false police report, and arrest. However, plaintiff admits he never pays taxes (right to the top of the list for people who shouldn't have come on this show, as JJ points out, the IRS has people that watch her show for tax evaders). Plaintiff had most of the money for down payment, and a previous truck that defendant gave him, in return for work. Plaintiff put his own $1,000 down on truck, but had to put the truck in defendant's name for financing. Plaintiff paid $800 a month for truck, and wasn't paying for the truck a few months later. Defendant's wife said either make the payment, or return the truck, but he didn't do either one. Plaintiff claims he was trying to refi car loan, and they were negotiating with the finance company. Payments were auto pay from defendant's bank account. Defendant has the truck back.
Plaintiff has no bank accounts, because the government wants our share of his earnings, for his various jobs, and a renter. Defendant reported the car as stolen, which it was, and therefore the false arrest part of plaintiff's complaint is dismissed. Defendant got the truck back, and the property plaintiff is suing for was in the truck (and probably a huge lie, like always). (Plaintiff's annoying witness has so many metal studs in her face, that I bet she set off the metal detector in the court room). Plaintiff case dismissed, and defendant's counter claim dismissed (he has the truck back).
Holistic Doctor Taken to the Cleaners-Holistic doctor/cleaning business owner Mathew Jadan, suing former employee for stealing cleaning clients from him. Plaintiff started cleaning service 7 years ago, and is a holistic (Naturopathic) physician for two years (he practices in Michigan, but holistic doctors are not medical doctors in that state.) . He employs 6 or 7 employees in cleaning service. He pays employees $12.00 to $17.00 an hour, and charges clients $55.00 an hour. Plaintiff claims defendant is a former cleaning employee, and stole his clients, and doesn't have a copy of the signed contract not to steal clients (no written copy is available of contract).
Plaintiff witness says she lived with defendant, and told plaintiff that defendant's company now did cleaning for his former client. Plaintiff receives $1320, for poaching clients. I know it's poaching, but plaintiff is awful.
Carnival Daughter Sued by Mom-Plaintiff mother suing daughter over property, rent, bills, lot rent, from the mobile home. Defendant was living in a trailer with her grandfather, grandfather died. Defendant sold furniture and appliances from trailer, but claims plaintiff/mother gave her permission to sell the property. (Mother/plaintiff's hair is grown out gray hair, with purple behind her head band) Defendant claims mother said she could stay in trailer until it sold, it was a $700 trailer, but unfortunately no pictures (we all wanted to see what a $700 trailer looked like, but we never will ). Back lot rent was $$936. (Biological father of defendant's baby is dead, so daughter's current husband is kind of the baby's current father). Cable bill is $821, but wasn't put in daughter's name. Water bill is $900+. Daughter says mother called CPS on her, after they had their argument. $2852 to plaintiff.
In hall-terview, daughter claims mother wanted daughter's husband, and only wanted the money after daughter said she wasn't giving up the husband.