4 p.m. episodes, both reruns, probably from 2016-2017 (maybe won't get summarized, if the thunderstorm over my house doesn't move on quickly)
Salon Thievery-Plaintiff suing former business partners over a beauty salon business, alleging property stolen, and loss of income. Plaintiff claims the two defendants illegally evicted her. At one time both defendants worked for plaintiff, then they all decided to expand the salon, move to a new location, and become partners. Plaintiff and husband did renovations on the new beauty shop, and was full time, defendants were only in the salon a day or two a week, and worked other jobs. Lease still has two more years to run.
Plaintiff claims the two defendants breached the partnership contract by working very few hours. Plaintiff claims she paid the utilities, and in December she came to work, and the lights were cut off. Plaintiff called one defendant and asked about power outage, then other issues happened with the plumbing, and the end of the month plaintiff left the salon.
Plaintiff claims she owned all salon equipment and stations, except one sofa, and claims defendant kept everything after she left. Defendants deny plaintiff left much behind. Funny the defendant who is talking doesn't look at JJ at all. Plaintiff has order giving her furniture back, that she brought from the old salon she owned.
Defendants get some chairs from plaintiff's chairs, and plaintiff gets her stuff back (what defendant didn't trash or sell).
You're an Idiot-Plaintiff suing ex-boyfriend for an unpaid loan. Defendant says the $800 loan for a car was a gift, not a loan. Plaintiff, as usual, got a new phone since the loan, with text messages gone that prove $800 was a loan, not a gift. (Plaintiff gave iPhone with messages to her 4 year old cousin). Texts were printed out, and show that it was a loan, so $800 to plaintiff.
Engagement Ring Confusion-Plaintiff suing defendant for return of his engagement ring. Engagement was broken, and defendant gave the rings back to plaintiff. Plaintiff gave defendant eviction paperwork, and defendant finally left. Plaintiff's daughter filed elder abuse paperwork against defendant. Defendant claims she was escorted out of the home, after police came after reports defendant was threatening the plaintiff with a knife. (I love the plaintiff's suit, and the matching accessories). Defendant says she went to dinner with plaintiff (3 to 6 months after the eviction), but they weren't engaged, so the ring was just a gift. Then, plaintiff claims defendant blocked his phone number, and he wanted ring back again. Plaintiff said defendant only could keep the rings if they married.
Defendant keeps the rings to sell, plaintiff keeps any furniture defendant left behind.
Too Much Money Too Soon-Plaintiff suing her boyfriend's mother for a loan to pay rent. Plaintiff gets tribal money, received $50K when she turned 18, and every penny is gone. (defendant mother has hideous makeup, and looks stoned). Plaintiff, defendant mother, boyfriend, defendant's ex-husband, two more siblings of boyfriend, all live together with plaintiff paying the bills. Plaintiff thinks ex-husband of defendant will actually start paying the rent the next month (no he won't). Plaintiff's boyfriend, and his useless relatives certainly knew who to target, didn't they? The only good thing is the plaintiff and boyfriend threw mommy out. (Plaintiff was going to school, and isn't even doing that any longer. I hope she moved out and has a little place of her own, and went back to school).
Sadly, predatory defendant took advantage of plaintiff, but there was no loan contract. Case dismissed.
Drunk Cyclists-Plaintiff claims bicyclist damaged her car. Plaintiff was at work, her car was parked, when defendant hit the parked car with his bicycle. Police report says defendant had been drinking before the accident. Plaintiff came out to her car after work, and found a note from the Sheriff's deputy about the accident. Damage is a long scratch, and big dents.
Plaintiff receives $3200