5 p.m. episodes-
Wrongful Pandemic Eviction?! (2020)- Plaintiff Holly Law suing defendant/landlady Kyra Dorman for wrongful eviction, return of rent, and evicting her during Covid. Lease is strange, plaintiff claims her signature was forged. Lease says room rent was $600 a month, but $300 if a current college student. Plaintiff claims rent would be $360 (300, = Verizon $40, and one time of $120). and claims the e-signature had the signature erased. Plaintiff doesn't have a copy of the lease, but she lied about being a college student to get the lower rent. Plaintiff claims she ran into personal issues(knocked up), and couldn't start school. The written lease wins, and plaintiff is a total jerk. Plaintiff lived in the rented room for two months, and moved out in September without telling the defendant she was leaving, until two weeks after she left.
Eviction is dismissed, because plaintiff moved out without being evicted. (JJ says after plaintiff dithers on, not answering anything, that she has a long memory, and she'll get even with whoever booked this case, and I absolutely agree). I seldom want to slap pregnant people,, but this plaintiff is making me rethink this. Plaintiff prepaid a lot of rent.
Defendant claims plaintiff took an iphone, a bracelet, and other jewelry, but has no evidence of theft.
Plaintiff gets $1,000, since she paid so much rent, and everything else dismissed.
Christmas Day Hit-and-Run (2014) -Plaintiff Michael Copel (witness/fiance Andrea Jackson), car owner is suing defendant Christopher Bailey (owner is Pennie Langston) over a hit-and-run accident on Christmas Day. Plaintiff says she was looking at their car damage, when defendant climbed out of his SUV, looked at his damages, and climbed back in his car, and left. Plaintiffs got the license plate number. When plaintiffs were looking at the car damage defendant cruised by staring at the car and driving slowly, and then went by again. Plaintiffs were talking to 911, and gave them the license number, and a description of the driver.
Defendant didn't get a ticket for leaving the scene of an accident. Plaintiffs said defendant seemed to be impaired too.
Defendant's wife, and car owner swears her husband, and car didn't do this. Police saw fresh snow tracks leading to defendant's garage, and no one answered the door. JJ says defendants are a perfect match for each other.
Plaintiff receives $3791 .
You Look Scared to Death..I Like it!-Plaintiff Tami Mohler is suing defendant John Moorhead for printing equipment she sold him. Defendant claims the printing equipment was accurately described, and says he paid in full for the equipment. It was screen printing equipment, and it was in self-storage, and then in the shed behind her house. He paid $2200, instead of $4200. Plaintiff's picture showed a brand new piece of equipment, but the actual equipment was used, and old. Plaintiff claims idiot defendant wanted to pay $2200, and the other $2000 in payments.
Defendant hadn't actually looked at the plaintiff's equipment, but sold his older, slower machine the day before.
Plaintiff gets $2,000. Byrd has to repeat that defendant needs to leave, NOW.
The Bank is Closed!-Parents plaintiffs Malika and Michael Hall (Mom and Stepdad) suing deadbeat daughter, Jessyca Brockington with a cold shoulder sweater (doesn't that defeat the purpose of wearing a sweater, with her bra straps handing out the shoulder cut outs?) owes for credit card charges, car payments, and insurance. Mother put money in the account every two weeks, depending on what daughter needed for school.
When defendant came home from college, she wanted mother's name off of her account. Then, defendant daughter (total idiot, must take after dad), gave her banking information to some scammer friend of hers. Daughter dropped out in May, and was financially cut off. Then Chauncey, her friend that she doesn't even know his last name, said he would put money in her account, so she gave him her account information. $2514 went bye-bye, but defendant refuses to tell the police the man's information. Defendant was surprised that Chauncey ghosted her too.
Defendant says she doesn't owe the parents the money, because she was scammed, and didn't get any money herself. Air head.
Plaintiff receives $2514. (Since defendant says she dropped out in May, my guess is she was told she wasn't getting even the bare minimum grades to keep going for the next year, and the school said "Bye, Felicia". I'm wondering if Chauncey even exists, or if the daughter squandered the money, and thought her mother would shell out more?).
(Next week's new episodes are Monday, and Tuesday, only reruns on Wednesday, Thursday both episodes are new, and the first one Friday is new.)