5 p.m. reruns, probably 2018-2019 season-
Malicious Forest Fire Eviction-Plaintiff (annoying tenant) and her equally annoying boyfriend are suing defendant landlords for unlawful eviction. Apparently it must be a pre-Halloween filming since female plaintiff is wearing a billowing Pumpkin colored shirt. They were renting in Riverside, CA, for a year. The property is now rented, but to new tenants. Prior to the end of the year lease, the plaintiffs were served with a notice that defendants didn't intend to extend their lease (a 60 day notice issued two months before lease was to expire). They were evicted in December, and moved in February. Plaintiffs were planning on moving in mid December (time of lease expiration), and alternate houses were no longer liveable because of forest fires. Defendants considered the plaintiffs annoying tenants. Plaintiffs want $3600 security back, The lease specifies that tenants will pay the eviction fees, and allege other damages. Plaintiff wants money for negative mold test, and called the housing department several times.
$2300 to plaintiffs.
I Didn't Become a Judge to Retrieve Your Toothbrush-Plaintiff suing former roommate for illegal lockout, property, and other garbage. Then had a scuffle about something at work, and started arguing, After telling plaintiff to leave, defendant says plaintiff broke in the back door, and the back window, plaintiff confirms she did this. (Plaintiff says "Tooken" a lot, I really dislike her). Defendant tried to get a protective order against plaintiff. Defendant says on the day of the fight plaintiff took a bunch of stuff, leaving bed and clothes, she came a got other things by breaking into the back door. $998 to defendant for door, and window, and nothing for the plaintiff.
Family Business Bust-Plaintiff is suing his mother and sister for fraud. Plaintiff tried to run a construction business in Washington state, but lived in Texas. He was fined for not having a contractor's license (Mom supplied that tidbit). Mother was going to be commission pay for jobs she obtained for plaintiff. Sister is in court (of course it's an iPhone 8), over a iPhone and tablet she gave away that plaintiff bought. $850 for phone for plaintiff. Defendant / mother had plaintiff's iPad, but she claims plaintiff gave the tablet to his little brother (plaintiff says that's a lie). Plaintiff had a roofing job in Washington, but didn't finish, and left town. Mother claims there are four citations for not having a contractor's license. Plaintiff is such a liar, and seems to thing having a business license is the same as a contractor's license, and it isn't the same. Mother in Hall-terview is 'crying', but no tears. Cases dismissed.
Property Thrown Down Snow Bank-A wild home sale leaves a plaintiff / selling property owner suing new property owners. Plaintiff sold house to defendants, and claims they disposed of her property (after closing time). This all happened in January in Minnesota, so plaintiff waited until the last second to start moving (she should have moved to storage). Defendants agreed to keep her property until 1 February, but didn't show up until the 2nd of February, so her stuff was gone. But it was very cold, and on 1 February the defendant's items were exploding from the cold, and so he put his items in the house, and garage, and put her items outside. However, plaintiff wants $5k for her stuff, and it obviously isn't worth that. The next day, 2 February, he put her items next to the road with a free sign.
Defendants are suing for damaged carpets, and ruined property. The carpet was mudstained, and replaced, so no money for that. The defendants had the U-Haul for extra because of plaintiff's delays. Plaintiff gets $1500, minus $40 for the U-Haul rental.