3 p.m. episodes, both reruns, probably around 2016-
Horse Tragedy in Unsafe Stables-Plaintiff suing defendant over injury to a horse at her boarding stable, plus boarding fees, ransom for the horse. Defendant runs a boarding stable, and plaintiff now claims defendant didn't have a license to run a boarding stable. Defendant told plaintiff about the injury, called a vet, but plaintiff owed the vet money for over six months past due, and vet would only come out to see horse if plaintiff payed the money. Plaintiff says she owed vet $248, and for over six months past due, and defendant says it was owed for over a year, and was almost $1,000. Defendant says plaintiff was supposed to move her horse, but didn't move horse on time, and didn't pay the last month ($325) before the injury (horse had been at the barn since 2013).
(The barn owner said that the horse owner barely paid for board, sometimes didn't pay, never visited the horse, and stiffed the vet on a $1000, so she was a bad horse owner. I bet whoever boards the horse now watched this and cried, knowing they're going to get ripped off too)
Defendant couldn't get a hold of plaintiff, and per contract she called the vet of record, who refused to come out without the past due payment being paid. When she picked up horse plaintiff had to pay $1584 for past due bills. Plaintiff has a nasty smirk every time JJ knocks something off the bill, but sorry it says in the contract what the defendant will charge for.
$1141 to plaintiff (wrong JJ, the stable owner should have received $5,000).
JJ should never do horse cases, she doesn't understand that horses require regular vet, farrier, feed, and other care.
Barter Fail-Plaintiffs suing defendant for money owed for a truck ($3400). $8450 is the value of a 1982 Chevy Silverado (some other models with special packages were almost twice that). Plaintiffs sold truck to man, and gave him the title. Cash payment was supposed to be $1200. with defendant doing work for them, for $4700 more. Defendant performed some work, but didn't finish.
Plaintiffs get $3400.
Felon Gets Hustled-Plaintiff loaned $4800 to defendant/ex girlfriend, so she could move into a house. Plaintiff is suing for loan, lost wages, and some other stuff. Plaintiff took a loan out with horribly high interest rates, so original loan was $2600 or so, and with interest is now almost $4,000 (If paid in total the interest plus loan will be $12539-usurious interest). Defendant took the loan, never paid anything back, and her excuse is she had bad credit from a divorce, and couldn't get a loan. Defendant was trying to buy a house, and needed $4800, with her $2,000 in savings on a lease to buy. Defendant never bought the house, and is still renting the home for $1400 a month. This house in L.A., so how can you start to buy anything in L.A. for $4800.
Defendant also says she found out plaintiff is a convicted felon, so she didn't pay him back. Defendant lied about when she needed the money for the rental, the amount needed, and never paid back the money. Plaintiff says the relationship with defendant wasn't intimate, but it was just a booty call situation.
Plaintiff receives $0, Defendant claims she's paying on the loan.
Intoxicated Roommate Woes-Plaintiff suing ex-roommate for return of rent, and deposit. Plaintiff rented a room at defendant's place for $600 a month. Plaintiff claims he paid first, last month, and security, totaling $1800. Defendant claims plaintiff is a drunk, and disturbed the house. There is no written lease specifying behavior or noise, so the eviction was illegal.
Defendant is a circus acrobat. Is this our first circus acrobat litigant?
Defendant heard a loud bang from plaintiff's room, claims he was drunk, Defendant told plaintiff to leave the house.
$ 900, for half a month's rent, and security, to plaintiff.