4 p.m. reruns-
Husky Attacks Bichon Frise?!-Plaintiff is suing man for vet bills when plaintiff's dog was attacked by defendant's dog. Plaintiff had a dog sitter while they were on vacation. Plaintiffs were going out of town for two or three weeks. Dog sitter had dog at her house, and boyfriend's roommate had a Husky that attacked the plaintiff's dog. Dog sitter also had a boyfriend with a Jack Russell. When the roommates was outside on the patio with boyfriend, and his roommate (Husky owner), they didn't bring the dog's outside. However, this time the plaintiff's dog sitter brought the Bichon Frise along, had the Bichon outside with the Husky, and the little dog was attacked.
I think the plaintiffs should have sued their dog sitter for the dog's injuries.
(This is a guess, I missed a bit at the end. My guess is JJ said the defendant was being responsible, and plaintiff's dog sitter got the little dog hurt, So defendant case dismissed, and plaintiff dog owners told to sue pet sitter.)
In hall-terview the dog owner says it's time to let this go.
Sick Girlfriend Payback!-Plaintiff suing her former girlfriend for two months rent, and a car loan. Defendant says she was sick, and couldn't pay the rent for two months. Plaintiff is now living alone in the apartment with her three children from her previous marriage. As JJ points out when one partner in a relationship gets sick, you take care of each other, you don't sue for rent and car loans when someone is still sick.
Car was purchased out of plaintiff's car refund, they went to the car dealership together, when defendant wasn't working. Defendant was making about $1000 a month, and plaintiff demanded she double up on paying rent, and the car loan added on. Defendant stayed off work, and helped plaintiff when she got sick and needed help.
Plaintiff never went back to work after her disability, she's on welfare. Defendant moved out when relationship ended, and kept car that became a loan, not a gift.
JJ floors me, she said the car loan will be paid, but not to plaintiff, but to state of Oregon because welfare means you can't have assets. Defendant says she just wants her car title. So car loan dismissed, and everything else cancelled.
Family Living in Car Seeks Driveway Rental-Plaintiff is suing for illegal eviction, damaged property, and harassment. Plaintiff was homeless, wanted to rent the driveway at defendant's home, for her, and her three children to live in plaintiff's car in the defendant's driveway. Defendant instead rented a bedroom to plaintiff and her two daughters, and the son. JJ has Officer Byrd escort plaintiff's 16 year old daughter out of the courtroom, however, well rehearsed witness daughter still spouts what Mommy Jinky taught her to say on her way out of court. Plaintiff says the son lived elsewhere, and she lived with the two daughters in defendant's home.
Plaintiff says she was unlawfully evicted, claims defendant vandalized her property, and harassed her. Defendant says the argument leading to eviction was that she refused to allow plaintiff's married boyfriend to come to defendant's home. Plaintiff wanted to rent the driveway to live in with kids, in her car. $4400 a month was plaintiff's worker's comp. Plaintiff says she was homeless because she had to pay for the two cars, and couldn't afford the rent on top of that. Plus, plaintiff was paying for the two cars, cell phones, etc. Plaintiff had two cars, so college son could drive two daughters to school. Plaintiff, and two children lived with defendant, Plaintiff moved from Arizona, to California a few years ago.
Room was rented for $700 a month (price was $600 plus utilities). Plaintiff claimed she paid for the third month's rent, and defendant started sending her mean texts. Defendant claims plaintiff didn't pay for the third month's rent, and when she asked for the rent, plaintiff got mad, and moved out.
Defendant says plaintiff was upset that she wouldn't let her married boyfriend come in the house. So calling plaintiff an adulterer is accurate by the defendant. Then plaintiff and two kids moved out.
Plaintiff gets nothing for unlawful eviction, because she left voluntarily, owing rent (plaintiff claims she paid $700 rent for the third month). She's suing for damaged property she moved out of the defendant's home, and claims defendant broke her valuable property.
This is the case where the plaintiff rented a U-Haul trailer, and loaded her stuff, but gave it to the mover who loaded the trailer for her. Plaintiff claims she had no room left in her storage unit. There is a video of the move out, with plaintiff and defendant arguing over proof of rent payments. Plaintiff broke her own daughter's phone, when the girl wouldn't answer her as fast as she wanted her to.
How much stuff did that woman cram into one bedroom with her two daughters?
Mover cost $300, and gave him everything he loaded in the U-Haul for her.
(Jinky Montiel, plaintiff, reminds me so much of a former co-worker, everything was a conspiracy with her too. The caption says she's a registered nurse).
I think the video of the move out, with defendant asking 'where's your receipt' is why JJ gave the $700 rent back to plaintiff. However, who video tapes, and photographs someone loading her U-Haul, and then gives everything to the mover? Plaintiff claims defendant broke her lamp, and claims plaintiff kept the broken lamp. Plaintiff and daughters went to hotel, and kept switching hotels for a month. Plaintiff claims her son still lived at defendant's house, but defendant says the son never lived with her.
Defendant said plaintiff was a bad mother from leaving the two daughters alone for days, while plaintiff went to Vegas with her married boyfriend. To me it sounds like plaintiff moved out, after paying the rent very late the last month.
JJ dismisses the plaintiff's property damage claim. JJ does give $700 to plaintiff, for the last month's rent.