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4 hours ago, Carolina Girl said:

$10 says he ran to an agent and got the insurance AFTER the accident and they denied the claim because the accident occurred before the policy was purchased.

My sisters had a homeowners/car insurance agent who had been a high school classmate.  MORE THAN ONCE they (or their kids) called him with a quick "upgrade" or maybe pre-dating a late payment.  They've always been "covered" whether they deserved it or not.  I'm the eldest sister...too cautious to play the same games.

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4 p.m. reruns-

First (2018)-

Daycare Assault? -Plaintiff/daycare provider Susan Newman  is  suing defendant/former customer Ashley Stiles, and the defendant's current daycare provider Janet Hines , for payments $784, an assault.    Plaintiff claims Janet Hines, and her daughter assaulted her, after defendant Stiles gave the cash to Hines.    Plaintiff took care of defendant's baby from nine days old, until the daycare center closed after 26 years in business.   

Defendant claims she gave the cash to co-defendant Janet Hines, who was an employee of plaintiff, and is now the defendant's day care provider.    Defendant claims she didn't owe the fees to plaintiff, who was supposed to pay plaintiff after she received her tax refund (it's not a tax return, it's a tax refund).   Plaintiff was texted about the payment to employee Hines, and went to Hines' house to collect the money, and that's when the assault happened.  Hines, and Newman both cal

$780 to plaintiff, everything else thrown out. 

Landlord Lodging Drama -Plaintiff Jason Langley suing defendant/former landlord Clifford Stanley, for work done on defendant's house, and security deposit ($1275).  Defendant says repairs to house had to be done by contractor, and there were a lot of damages from plaintiff trying to work on house.   Defendant also said the agreement was that defendant could stay at the house one night a week, and stayed one night for three or four weeks. 

Defendant/landlord claims the lease said plaintiff could have one small dog, instead the plaintiff had a large dog, and had two other pets.   However, defendant didn't do anything when he saw the big dog. 

$1720 security back to plaintiff. (Why did landlords ever come on this show?) 

Child Support Squandered by Mother? -Plaintiff/foster mother Catherine Banning is suing defendant /ex-sister in law Beverly Gamroth over child support for Gamroth's son, who is the foster child of plaintiff, and her nephew.   Plaintiff claims defendant received over $2100, and plaintiff claims there's another $300 on some debit card I don't know what it is.   The child needs orthodontia

 Plaintiff claims the child support money sent by her brother to defendant was kept by defendant, and spent on her two daughters, and her own bills. and not used for the child in plaintiff's custody.    Defendant only gets $269 a month service connected disability, food stamps, and relies on her boyfriend (I guess the father of the two other daughters) for money.   

$2100 to plaintiff, and JJ tells plaintiff to talk to child's father about the support for his child.   However, if it's court ordered, the brother probably can't change anything without plaintiff taking defendant to family court. 

Plastic Surgery Purge -Plaintiff Angela Watkins is suing defendant Emily Cole for repayment of a loan for $6,000, to hep defendant have plastic surgery.   Plaintiff lives with her adult daughter, makes $9.50 an hour as a companion, and received a settlement for a traffic accident $2700, but paid $6,000 to defendant for a face lift out of the country.   

Where did plaintiff get $6,000, she only had the $2700 settlement     JJ send plaintiff back to Missouri to explain how she turned $2700 to $6,000.    

Second (2018)-

Screaming Dog Owner’s Gruesome Discovery-Plaintiffs Janie Litton (mother), and Farrah Cortez (daughter) suing neighbor/ American Bully owner, Antione Fisher, for his dogs coming through plaintiff’s doggie door, and killing her two Chihuahuas.   Plaintiff had her dog, and her daughter's dog, and came into her own house.  Plaintiff saw the one Chi dead in the living room, and the other dog was dead in her bedroom, and there was blood everywhere.   

Plaintiff looking for the other dog, opened her back door, and the American Bullies, (one full grown and one a puppy), ran towards her, in her own fenced yard.   Plaintiff went to defendant's house, and said his dogs couldn't fit through the doggy door (I had dogs, and doggie doors for years, my friend's Rottweiler fit through her cat flap into the garage, so size is not an issue for dogs fitting through any size doggie door). 

Plaintiff says defendant's dogs chewed through the fence, into her yard.     They tried an experiment, and his friend or brother brought the dog to her yard, and called the dog, and dog came into plaintiff's doggie door into her living room.   The dog that came through the doggie door was the adult dog, that weighs about 60 pounds, and dog fit through the door easily.   

Defendant is a backyard breeder, and shows American Bullies.   Williamson County banned the defendant's two dogs, and they are at some relative or friend's house now.   Defendant is counter suing for emotional distress, the value of his two dogs, and a false police report.  Stupid counterclaim dismissed.  Defendant stuck his father with the two dogs for a couple of days, and the dogs got out, so defendant gave a dog to his brother, and to some stranger.

Defendant is counter claiming for his two adult dogs, because Williamson County (I'm guessing Texas) ordered the defendant to get rid of his two dogs.  Claim dismissed. 

Plaintiff receives money for the dogs, and for cleaning up the blood, including changing the carpet out, and cremation for the dogs, $5,000.   

Motorcycle Moocher?! -Plaintiff Valerie Kidd, suing defendant Robert Dixon over a loan he never repaid.   Defendant rides with a motorcycle club, and plaintiff hangs out at the clubhouse.    Plaintiff doesn't ride motorcycles, just hangs out with motorcycle riders (they call them Backpacks).    Plaintiff loaned money to the defendant, and never he never repaid her.   Defendant is counter claiming for an assault, and slander. 

Defendant was broke, and told plaintiff he needed money, and so she loaned him $1,000 in cash.    Because plaintiff knocked his hat off at the club, he lost standing with his biker club, so he's counter claiming. 

Plaintiff receives $1,000.  Defendant's claim dismissed. 

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5 p.m. reruns-

First

The Guinea Pig That Almost Got Away (2021) –(The person who titled this episode is so wrong, this is not a Guinea Pig, this is a 50 lb. plus pig, so this should be called The Pig That Almost Got Away).  

Plaintiff/former tenant Julie Bilek is suing defendant/landlord Jeong Lee, for return of her security deposit.    Defendant claims the defendant’s pig (not a Guinea Pig) that weighs over 50 lbs. damaged his electric driveway gate.   Defendant had to put wire on the electric gate to keep the pig from pushing through, and knocking the gate off of the closing mechanism, and taking the gate down. 

Defendant also claims plaintiff painted one room blue (the living room was blue, and had to be repainted to white by landlord).  Rent was $2695 (plaintiff and then-boyfriend paid the total of $2650).   Plaintiff claims defendant withheld boyfriend's May rent, because boyfriend didn't pay. 

Landlord painted entire unit, and JJ says no security will be deducted for that. 

$2495 was plaintiff's security deposit, plus a pet deposit.    Security deposit was paid by plaintiff, not the boyfriend.    JJ wants to know if landlord deducted $1350 for boyfriend's rent for one month, and that will go back to plaintiff.   Pet deposit was $500, and plaintiff wants that too.   Plaintiff returned gate remote, so were up to $2622.   

Landlord/defendant claims the pig broke the gate trying to escape, so plaintiff put wire on the gate, which broke the gate.     JJ will not return the pet deposit.   Landlord says pet was supposed to be Guinea Pig, not a real pig weighing over 50 lbs.    (If a pig owner on this show says a pig weighs 50 lbs., I'm betting 75 lbs. or more). 

$2445 to plaintiff for security deposit.  Pet deposit is forfeited to landlord, and landlord will have to chase down the boyfriend for his rent.  Under Covid rules, the boyfriend has a year to pay the back rent.  

Gambling and Hooking Up?! (2021)-Plaintiff Jason Hall suing defendant Laurie Gladish for unpaid loans.    Litigants were casual friends, and only boinked twice, but weren't romantic.  There were two loans, one for gambling money, and one for rent.    JJ is trying to figure out if the hooking up periods coincided with the loan times.    

Defendant's witness is her father, I can't imagine discussing this in front of my father, and on national TV. 

JJ thinks they were in a relationship, so the money doesn't add up to a debt.   However, defendant had a girlfriend too.   When defendant borrowed $1,000 at the casino for the first loan.   Second loan was for rent,

JJ is right, the two rehearsed their stories to get money out of the court. 

Case sent back to local small claims to claim there. 

Second-

Death of a Rare Shrub Contested!  (2021)- Plaintiffs/former tenants Ashley Chaparro and husband Jose Rodriguez, suing defendant/landlord Eric Goldie for return of their security deposit, $1700.    Lease requires tenants to maintain lawn and landscaping, and tenants are blamed for the death of a rare shrub.   Plaintiffs moved in with her mother, and mother's two minor children, signed a one-year lease, and then it went to month-to-month after that.    Plaintiffs claim they didn't know about maintaining the landscaping, and lawn.    JJ wants to see move out photos of the landscaping and lawn, and other damages, and the paid invoice to have damages repaired.  

Cleaning invoice submitted, $400 was paid by landlord.    Oven was extremely filthy.   Plaintiffs claim they didn't have notice to clean before they move.   Carpet looks disgusting, but JJ will not pay for it.   Tenants lived in home for three years.   Defendant moved back into the house, instead of renting it again.   Toilet was broken, cracked, and plaintiff claims she doesn't know how it happened, 

I hope the current landlords of the plaintiffs saw this case.     Sadly, if you're in the reserves, and are deployed for two years, you shouldn’t expect people to trash your home, and have to pay for damages. JJ seems to have no appreciation for why the defendant rented the house out.

Plaintiffs receive $1300.      

It’s Your Fault I’m Homeless! (2021)-Plaintiff Dalonte James, Sr is suing defendant Kimberly Riley, over the failed purchase of an RV, leaving plaintiff homeless.   Plaintiff paid $300 to defendant, and was going to pay $1700 for the balance of the RV.   Plaintiff had $600, and borrowed the rest from relatives (his mother).  However, defendant cancelled the RV deal, so he never borrowed the money from his mother, but his mother was ready with the money.     

Defendant claims she was going to rent plaintiff the RV.   

Plaintiff receives his $300 deposit back.  

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39 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

 

Death of a Rare Shrub Contested!  (2021)- Plaintiffs/former tenants Ashley Chaparro and husband Jose Rodriguez, suing defendant/landlord Eric Goldie for return of their security deposit, $1700.    Lease requires tenants to maintain lawn and landscaping, and tenants are blamed for the death of a rare shrub.   Plaintiffs moved in with her mother, and mother's two minor children, signed a one-year lease, and then it went to month-to-month after that.    Plaintiffs claim they didn't know about maintaining the landscaping, and lawn.    JJ wants to see move out photos of the landscaping and lawn, and other damages, and the paid invoice to have damages repaired.  

Cleaning invoice submitted, $400 was paid by landlord.    Oven was extremely filthy.   Plaintiffs claim they didn't have notice to clean before they move.   Carpet looks disgusting, but JJ will not pay for it.   Tenants lived in home for three years.   Defendant moved back into the house, instead of renting it again.   Toilet was broken, cracked, and plaintiff claims she doesn't know how it happened, 

I hope the current landlords of the plaintiffs saw this case.     Sadly, if you're in the reserves, and are deployed for two years, you shouldn’t expect people to trash your home, and have to pay for damages. JJ seems to have no appreciation for why the defendant rented the house out.

Plaintiffs receive $1300.      

I was shocked when she said that the Plaintiffs shouldn't be expected to pay for the carpets to be cleaned because they "only" lived there for three years. That's a long ass time in the life of a carpet!

But I was honestly so distracted/fascinated by the Defendant's elaborate multi-direction combover  (including what appeared to be a comb forward peeking out from under the front side sweep) that a lot of details of this case escaped me.

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7 hours ago, One Tough Cookie said:

Oh, and BTW, your honor--the turtle is a reptile--not an animal. 

Can you IMAGINE if a plaintiff/defendant said that to her in court ???

 

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7 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

5 p.m. reruns-

First

The Guinea Pig That Almost Got Away (2021) –(The person who titled this episode is so wrong, this is not a Guinea Pig, this is a 50 lb. plus pig, so this should be called The Pig That Almost Got Away).  

Plaintiff/former tenant Julie Bilek is suing defendant/landlord Jeong Lee, for return of her security deposit.    Defendant claims the defendant’s pig (not a Guinea Pig) that weighs over 50 lbs. damaged his electric driveway gate.   Defendant had to put wire on the electric gate to keep the pig from pushing through, and knocking the gate off of the closing mechanism, and taking the gate down. 

Defendant also claims plaintiff painted one room blue (the living room was blue, and had to be repainted to white by landlord).  Rent was $2695 (plaintiff and then-boyfriend paid the total of $2650).   Plaintiff claims defendant withheld boyfriend's May rent, because boyfriend didn't pay. 

Landlord painted entire unit, and JJ says no security will be deducted for that. 

$2495 was plaintiff's security deposit, plus a pet deposit.    Security deposit was paid by plaintiff, not the boyfriend.    JJ wants to know if landlord deducted $1350 for boyfriend's rent for one month, and that will go back to plaintiff.   Pet deposit was $500, and plaintiff wants that too.   Plaintiff returned gate remote, so were up to $2622.   

Landlord/defendant claims the pig broke the gate trying to escape, so plaintiff put wire on the gate, which broke the gate.     JJ will not return the pet deposit.   Landlord says pet was supposed to be Guinea Pig, not a real pig weighing over 50 lbs.    (If a pig owner on this show says a pig weighs 50 lbs., I'm betting 75 lbs. or more). 

$2445 to plaintiff for security deposit.  Pet deposit is forfeited to landlord, and landlord will have to chase down the boyfriend for his rent.  Under Covid rules, the boyfriend has a year to pay the back rent.  

Gambling and Hooking Up?! (2021)-Plaintiff Jason Hall suing defendant Laurie Gladish for unpaid loans.    Litigants were casual friends, and only boinked twice, but weren't romantic.  There were two loans, one for gambling money, and one for rent.    JJ is trying to figure out if the hooking up periods coincided with the loan times.    

Defendant's witness is her father, I can't imagine discussing this in front of my father, and on national TV. 

JJ thinks they were in a relationship, so the money doesn't add up to a debt.   However, defendant had a girlfriend too.   When defendant borrowed $1,000 at the casino for the first loan.   Second loan was for rent,

JJ is right, the two rehearsed their stories to get money out of the court. 

Case sent back to local small claims to claim there. 

Second-

Death of a Rare Shrub Contested!  (2021)- Plaintiffs/former tenants Ashley Chaparro and husband Jose Rodriguez, suing defendant/landlord Eric Goldie for return of their security deposit, $1700.    Lease requires tenants to maintain lawn and landscaping, and tenants are blamed for the death of a rare shrub.   Plaintiffs moved in with her mother, and mother's two minor children, signed a one-year lease, and then it went to month-to-month after that.    Plaintiffs claim they didn't know about maintaining the landscaping, and lawn.    JJ wants to see move out photos of the landscaping and lawn, and other damages, and the paid invoice to have damages repaired.  

Cleaning invoice submitted, $400 was paid by landlord.    Oven was extremely filthy.   Plaintiffs claim they didn't have notice to clean before they move.   Carpet looks disgusting, but JJ will not pay for it.   Tenants lived in home for three years.   Defendant moved back into the house, instead of renting it again.   Toilet was broken, cracked, and plaintiff claims she doesn't know how it happened, 

I hope the current landlords of the plaintiffs saw this case.     Sadly, if you're in the reserves, and are deployed for two years, you shouldn’t expect people to trash your home, and have to pay for damages. JJ seems to have no appreciation for why the defendant rented the house out.

Plaintiffs receive $1300.      

It’s Your Fault I’m Homeless! (2021)-Plaintiff Dalonte James, Sr is suing defendant Kimberly Riley, over the failed purchase of an RV, leaving plaintiff homeless.   Plaintiff paid $300 to defendant, and was going to pay $1700 for the balance of the RV.   Plaintiff had $600, and borrowed the rest from relatives (his mother).  However, defendant cancelled the RV deal, so he never borrowed the money from his mother, but his mother was ready with the money.     

Defendant claims she was going to rent plaintiff the RV.   

Plaintiff receives his $300 deposit back.  

 

Mini pigs do exist, not all weight 70 lbs. This was a duplex in Los Angeles and did not house a 70+ pound pig in the house. He did weight about 40 lbs and was skinny enough to walk through the gate, hence the added wire.

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On 6/17/2021 at 10:58 AM, Carolina Girl said:

"She says she doesn't have it."  She does that a lot.  Why is the defendant's credibility any greater than the plaintiffs. 

It's not that the defendant has greater credibility. It's that the burden of proof falls on the plaintiff. In other words, the scale of justice automatically tips to the defendant if an accusation is made without proof.

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1 hour ago, laprin said:
On 6/17/2021 at 7:58 AM, Carolina Girl said:

"She says she doesn't have it."  She does that a lot.  Why is the defendant's credibility any greater than the plaintiffs. 

It's not that the defendant has greater credibility. It's that the burden of proof falls on the plaintiff. In other words, the scale of justice automatically tips to the defendant if an accusation is made without proof.

TOO OFTEN, Judy doesn't give anyone time to provide proof.  She declares...and then shuts down further testimony.

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4 p.m. reruns-

First (2018)-

Vindictive Tool Thief -Plaintiff David Kincy suing defendant/ex-wife Marilynn Kincy for the value of tools.  (This happened in Olympia, Washington). They were married from 1993 to 2005.     Plaintiff built a big workshop, on defendant's land in 2007 (after the divorce, with defendant's permission) , and it was used as a big workshop, and even after plaintiff moved the tools remained in the shed.

When litigants divorced plaintiff lived in his residence with defendant ,and then moved in next door with his former mother-in-law's house.     Then plaintiff moved in with his girlfriend, and everything hit the fan.     Defendant never told plaintiff to move the tools out, and she has to return them to plaintiff.

Defendant counter claim is for half of the children's sports costs, according to the divorce decree.   When plaintiff moved out of the mother-in-law's house, plaintiff stopped paying the sports costs.  Defendant did not send plaintiff a bill, and record of what the sports costs that were owed.  (This needs to go to local family court, not JJ's show). 

Defendant is going to take him back to court when the children turn 18 for college costs, and the decree says defendant can take plaintiff to court, and try to get college costs paid by plaintiff.   

Plaintiff has five days to pick up the tools, and equipment.  

Teen Driver Fail! -Plaintiff Darryl Stone Jr. suing defendants, 16-year-old driver, Nicholas Satcher, and his parents Steven and Nicole Satcher. (owners of the car) over car damages from a car accident.   Defendant side swiped the plaintiff's car, defendant was on the parent's car insurance.  Defendant says another car swerved in front of him, and cut him off, and he avoided the other car, and hit the plaintiff.    Defendant was moving over to the right lane and getting ready to exit the highway.   However, he claims he was cut off by an approaching car (not the plaintiff's car from the left lane), from the right lane.    Then defendant's car went left, crossed into plaintiff's lane on his left, and side swiped the plaintiff's car.

So, if the defendant driver admits it was his fault, why are we in court?     Defendant's mother is looking at JJ as if what she's saying isn't making sense, and I bet she'll deny forever the accident was her son's fault.  

$3500 for plaintiff (if the parents put it through their insurance, instead of paying $2200 a year for the son to be insured, it would have gone way up).

Second (2018)-

Don’t Treat Me Like the Help! -Plaintiff / salon owner Jovel Jernigan suing defendant/booth renter and braider Shamakae Draughan, and plaintiff wants the four months’ rent left on the lease.     Defendant claims plaintiff wanted her to do shampoos, rinse color, etc., but defendant is a booth renter, and not plaintiff's employee.   Rent for plaintiff is $1,200 a month, with three tenants/booth renters, and all renters pay $300 per week.    So plaintiff makes $3600 a month rent, and she pays landlord $1200 a month.   Defendant signed a six-month contract, paid in full the first two months, and says she left when plaintiff wanted her to work with chemicals, and color on plaintiff's customers. 

Defendant isn't certified for color work, and didn't want to do chemical work, and when defendant told that to plaintiff, plaintiff told her to leave, so defendant left.     Defendant also said she wanted more time for her school, and family, but the plaintiff's demands were the last straw.  Plaintiff says defendant had so many customers that the waiting room was full of her customers, and no one else had room for their customers. so why would defendant have time to do plaintiff's work for her?  

Plaintiff says she was being a mentor to defendant.  Plaintiff was treating defendant like an employee, not a tenant.  

Plaintiff case dismissed, because plaintiff is a jerk. 

Motorcycle Mystery -Plaintiff Nancy Aldredge-Foster suing defendant/ex boyfriend Sandy Leach for removal of property.    Plaintiff claims when ex-boyfriend moved out 2008, that the motorcycle defendant left behind was charged to her, and she didn't find out the landlord put a lien on her credit for 9 years.          Plaintiff moved out, but left a motorcycle behind at defendant's place, and when plaintiff moved out in 2010, she left the motorcycle behind.    JJ wants to see the paperwork showing the motorcycle was the cause of the lien.

Plaintiff case dismissed, no proof. 

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First

Risky Mexican Vacay During COVID?! (2021) -Plaintiffs Wendye Petties and John Mahler  are suing defendant/former friend Shirley Reames over their cancelled Mexico vacation during Covid.    Plaintiffs cancelled seven days before departure, and they say defendant is a crook for not refunding every penny for their vacation.   Defendant owns a time share at the resort, had already paid for all 24 stays at the resort, when plaintiffs cancelled seven days before departure, and defendant told them it was too late to cancel and get a refund.    Trip was $3349 for six people, so each person was $567, so $567 for each plaintiff.   Plaintiff Petties claims she's suing for 6 people, for $3369, however, since the other four aren't suing, that part is dismissed.     Petties tries to get JJ to allow her to sue for all six, and JJ tosses that.  

Defendant says 20 people out of the 24 scheduled actually went on the trip.  Ironically two other cancellations are relatives of defendant who came down with Covid.      

In the hallterview plaintiff wife still is trashing the defendant, claiming they paid her cash, and there is no proof that 20 people went on the trip, or that resort wouldn't do a refund.   Plaintiff wife also claims that defendant is lying, spent the money on her own bills.  

Plaintiffs' case dismissed. 

Release My Parachute! -Plaintiff Fred Chase suing defendant Jared Hughes for the loss of a parachute and rig that plaintiff loaned defendant, and defendant says it was stolen.   Parachute and rig were supposedly worth $6,000.  After a truck burglary on defendant's truck, the rig was gone, along with a lot of other items. 

Plaintiff did not have renter's or other insurance on his own rig, and expects defendant to have insured the rig.  However, since plaintiff was the owner, then he's the only person who could insure the rig, and he didn't. 

Plaintiff case dismissed. 

Second (2021)-

Real Estate Agent Angel or Devil?!  -Plaintiff Rachel Sirois is suing defendant/realtor Scott Russell for a bad paint job he volunteered to do at her San Francisco condo that was being rented out.     Plaintiff hired defendant in July 2020, and signed the lease agreement with the tenant is September, 2020, for $4,000 a month (a 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo in San Francisco).    Realtor fee was $2880 (70% of first months’ rent).   Tenants wanted gray walls, not yellow.  So realtor volunteered to paint the condo a grey, called Etched Glass.   

Realtor/defendant claims that condo wasn't renting fast enough, and he wanted to paint to make new tenants happy.   Plaintiff shows photos that the paint job sucks, and plaintiff had to redo it.   When realtor told plaintiff that tenants wanted grey walls, not yellow, plaintiff said she's not paying to paint.    Plaintiff told realtor that he could pay for the paint, because she wasn't going to do that.

Plaintiff claims it cost $7200 to paint the apartment, after realtor screwed up the paint job.  One bedroom didn't need paint, so it's one bedroom, plus the rest of the rooms, minus one bedroom.    Plaintiff asked for the receipt for the payment, and it looks awful.    Video of the bad paint job is submitted (however, this is San Francisco, and it is more expensive there.   $5400 to get paint off of the wood floors, and $2500 to fix the paint job, and redo the trim).

Defendant says he paid for the paint out of his commission.    Video of the paint job by defendant is played.   The paint by defendant is hideous, it's streaky, paints over outlet covers, paint is on the formerly white ceiling, and the hardwood floors.  Trim and molding need to be repainted, and it's on the window frame, and window panes.   

$2880 to plaintiff. 

Don’t Pay House Together!  -Plaintiff Sara Johnson is suing defendant/former boyfriend Frank Guizar over an unpaid loan.   Defendant moved in with plaintiff, and both signed on the lease.  Plaintiff claims she loaned defendant $4,000 for the truck, but defendant chimes in and says plaintiff never gave him the money.    Plaintiff would make the down payment on the truck, and defendant would make the payments, and go to therapy with her once a month, and not call in sick to work.   Plaintiff has the truck now.  

Plaintiff case dismissed, and she's told to sell the truck to recoup her money. 

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3 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Defendant says he paid for the paint out of his commission.    Video of the paint job by defendant is played.   The paint by defendant is hideous, it's streaky, paints over outlet covers, paint is on the formerly white ceiling, and the hardwood floors.  Trim and molding need to be repainted, and it's on the window frame, and window panes.   

$2880 to plaintiff. 

Another IG-NERNT decision by The Judge!   If it were HER condo, $10,000 wouldn't be enough to fix that Realtor's mess.  (1) HE offered.  The plaintiff did not badger him.  (2)  HE painted...there's no "Hugo the painter" (which The Judge called "Egor.").  The Plaintiff can probably afford to pay for the repainting/repairs, but she DESERVED the $5,000.  Even then she would have been cheated!  The Realtor was a WORM.  Hope this cost him a lot of clients.

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13 hours ago, Back Atcha said:

Another IG-NERNT decision by The Judge!

It seems to me in the last few months of her final episodes she doesn't have her heart in any of it.   She forgot both sides are entitled to give their testimony.  She has her mind made up before anyone opens their mouths.  And she hates for people who have held on to something for years to be able to make a profit if/when they sell.

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48 minutes ago, parrotfeathers said:

 She has her mind made up before anyone opens their mouths.  And she hates for people who have held on to something for years to be able to make a profit if/when they sell.

Her staff probably makes all decisions...and gives her a few notes (including "hilarious" comments).  Only SHE is allowed to make a profit, have expensive decor, know THE BEST trees to plant, etc.  I've asked my children (52 and 54) too often, "What was it like to be one of her kids...or grandchildren?"  She's dangerous!

 

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4 p.m. reruns-

First (2017)-

Got $42,000?  Plane for Sale!-Plaintiff Raymond Johnson is suing defendant Randy Briggs, over a plane sale, for airplane rental fees, hangar fees, and unauthorized charges.   Defendant paid for some fuel for plane, and ordered new tires without plaintiff's consent.   Plaintiff advertised plane for sale, and defendant answered the ad, plane was $42,000.   Defendant claims he's had a pilot's license since 2005.     Defendant negotiated price of plane for full purchase price of $42k.     Defendant claims he needed time to finance through a bank, or an aviation lender.     

Defendant's three landscaping employees are illegals, and paid in cash.   Defendant has no loan application, or refusal letter from the finance company.   During the time between the offer to buy the plane, and when plaintiff finally realized that he was being taken for a ride, defendant took a lot of rides in the plane.    Defendant agreed to buy the plane in August, but didn't even try to get a loan until October (As JJ says, he must not like September), and loan was denied in October.   Defendant never put down the 10% down payment.    

The usual cost for renting the plane  is for $110 dry, plus fuel, defendant went out on rides for months, still claiming he was going to buy the plane.    Defendant claims plaintiff agreed to take a truck, and hold the note for defendant after the credit union turned down his loan request.   Plaintiff says he never holds a note for anyone (and I bet never co-signs either).     Defendant claims he told plaintiff that he was turned down for the loan in October, but plaintiff still let him fly the plane free.   Defendant never had an application or turndown letter from credit union.    Defendant's witness is a fool too.

When plaintiff figured out the defendant was stringing him along, he put the plane back on the market, and sold it.   However, he still has hours of rental unpaid, hangar rental, new tires for plane bought by defendant, all on plaintiff's dime.   Plaintiff had no loss on the sale price, but still wants hangar fees, rental fees, fuel charges, and tire costs.   (I wonder if Raymond Johnson, the plaintiff is a lawyer?   He sounds like one). 

How could defendant take the aircraft without someone telling the plaintiff?      Defendant lied about selling some expensive equipment, and then he would buy the plane for cash.

Plaintiff receives $916, because there was no contract for plane rental, hangar rent, etc.

Second (2018)-

Where’s My Harley Money?! -Plaintiff Evangeline Haro-Jarrett suing defendant Mark Acosta over a Harley bike he was selling for her.   Plaintiff originally bought it for $14,000, six years before, and the sales price was $8,000, Blue Book was $8700 and defendant's witness bought it, but plaintiff claims defendant only paid her $1800.   Plaintiff gave defendant the title, he sold it to his witness.   

Defendant witness (buyer) says bike had been wrecked.  Defendant witness says he bought bike for $8,000.     Defendant claims he paid plaintiff $1800 over time, because she needed cash.   Defendant says there was no contract, or meeting of the minds.

Defendant is a crook.  

$5,000 to plaintiff, plaintiff is still short $1200. 

Choose a Defense…Any Defense! -Plaintiff Myiesha Nunn is suing defendant/former friend Charles Byars for wrecking her car.   Husband of plaintiff took defendant to pick up plaintiff's other car at the mechanic shop.   Defendant drove car to plaintiff's home, and on the way he wrecked the car, plus hit another car, and owes a deductible for the other car he hit.    Defendant says the plaintiff's car was hit from behind.  Unusually, the drivers are all licensed, and all insured.   Since defendant was hit from behind, by a Ford F-150, then he nailed another car, a Honda.  

Defendant claims there was one hit from the rear by the pickup truck, and claims the pickup truck hit him again.   However, defendant's sworn statement says plaintiff's husband caused the accident, making the defendant swerve, and then the pickup truck hit him.  

Officer Byrd is enjoying the stupid stories from the defendant.

$3,000 to plaintiff, and defendant is an idiot. 

Moped Spill! -Plaintiff Brandon Anderson (Moped rider) suing defendant (car driver) Sophia Austin for her causing an accident.    Plaintiff was going east on his moped, and says defendant either turned left in front of him, or his guess is she was making a U turn from the right / curb lane, and pulled in front of his moped, she was pulling out of a parking space on the right-side curb.     Defendant was driving a Cadillac something (don't know what), and didn't have insurance.   

Plaintiff had the right of way, and he swerved to avoid her, and either laid the moped down, or scraped her car.

Defendant's stupid story is she wasn't making a U-turn, but pulled out of a parking space, at 10:30 p.m.  She blames everything on the plaintiff.  To go home, defendant's best route would be to make a U-turn, and hit the freeway.

Plaintiff receives $5,000 for medical bills, and moped repairs. 

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5 p.m. reruns-

First

Repo Payback Too Soon? (2021) -Plaintiff Anthony Kociela is suing defendants Harrison and Lindsey White  over a truck he sold them for $8,000, and he had to repo because they didn’t make the payments.   JJ wants the total amount of payments made by defendants on the truck, $3200 according to the defendants, but $1500 according to the plaintiffs.  Plaintiff has ATM withdrawls, and CashApp records.    Plaintiff has a ledger of payments received.   Plaintiff repo'd the truck, and wants damages to repair the truck.   

Plaintiff wants the money he spent repairing damages on the truck, but JJ tells him he came to court too soon.   JJ says plaintiff should sell the truck, and see how much the price was reduced, and sue the defendants for the shortfall from the $8,000, and the repairs.  Plaintiff will have to replace the motor. 

Case dismissed without prejudice.   

Jealousy Fuel Phone Fight! (2021) -Plaintiff Jenika Herzog is suing defendant/former live-in boyfriend.  Damon Birge for the cost of two cell phones.    They were living together, bought plaintiff bought two phones, and then plaintiff found out the defendant was Face Timing with another woman.    Litigants were living with plaintiff's uncle and family then defendant was fired by uncle, and then defendant got a job cleaning cow barns (No Fly Zone is the company).   

The phone defendant had he attempted to return to T-Mobile, and claims he turned the phone in at a kiosk.    There is no access to the text saying phone was received by T-Mobile for defendant.    Defendant has no proof that he returned the phone.

Plaintiff paid defendant's part of the phone cost, and the phone bill, $524.

Plaintiff receives $524.

Goddaughter Beware! (2013)-Plaintiff Leslie Foye suing defendant/goddaughter Monique Banfura for a rental car plaintiff paid for to have defendant drive.   Defendant has a checking account, but no debit or credit cards.    

Plaintiff says defendant needed a rental car, so defendant asked plaintiff to rent the car in her name, and only listed herself as the driver.    There were no other authorized drivers.   So plaintiff rented the car, turned it over to the defendant.    Plaintiff did not come to court with clean hands.   Defendant never re-rented the car in her own name, showed her driver's license, or proved she was a legal driver for the car.   Car was returned late, and damaged, and now plaintiff is on the hook for the money. 

Then, the litigants start arguing like they're on the Springer show.    

Plaintiff committed fraud renting the car in her name, and her case is dismissed.  

Second-

$15 Dollar a Day Catastrophe (2021) -Plaintiff/former tenant Katherine Hansen suing defendant/former landlord Randall Clark for an illegal lockout, return of rent, and punitive damages.  Plaintiff's sister referred her to defendant as a tenant, for $15 a day.   Plaintiff was charged by her sister for elder abuse, but case was dropped, but plaintiff moved.  Plaintiff would pay $15 a day.     If plaintiff stayed longer than a month, rent would go to $400 a month after that.   Plaintiff claims amount would be $350 not $400, and with kitchen and common area privileges. 

When the agreement is presented by plaintiff, defendant says he does recall that, and JJ says he printed it.   Then defendant paid $450 for a 30-year-old car, and he claims he bought the car with plaintiff's $500, but plaintiff claims she paid him $800 for two months up front.   Defendant claims that payments from plaintiff were donations for utilities.   

Then, in early August plaintiff had outpatient surgery, and wasn't living at defendant's place for most of the month.   Plaintiff's fiance Walter, took her to stay at a hotel for several days for plaintiff to recover (he lives with his daughter), and they both stayed at hotels for a while after the surgery.   

Then plaintiff claims that during August defendant changed the locks at his house.    JJ says plaintiff paid two months in advance, and defendant did illegally lock her out.   But during August plaintiff admits she didn't live at the house, but in hotels, and her stuff was at defendant's house.   Defendant claims plaintiff said she wasn't coming back during August.   

(My question is why the "charity" not rent?  My guess is there are two reasons, one is the defendant doesn't want to pay income taxes, and get the appropriate licenses to rent the room.   My second reason is that either the house isn't in an area allowing unrelated residents, such as a boarding house, so the tenants, are just 'guests'.   

(Both litigants are very odd.  No proof, and plaintiff doesn't know where she lives, and who she lives with).  

Plaintiff wasn't evicted, and didn't remove her property until after August, and has no proof of damages to property.

Plaintiff case dismissed. 

Doberman Dachshund Attack (2013) -Plaintiff Valerie Iovino-Cox, is suing defendant /animal rescue operator Joseph Panzarella over the Doberman, Dillinger, she adopted from him.  Plaintiff wants vet bills, and her adoption donation back. Plaintiff claims the Doberman attacked the plaintiff's Dachshund. 

Defendant is an animal rescue operator, and Doberman was in the process of being adopted by plaintiff.   Plaintiff claims after the attack, she was afraid of Dillinger, the Doberman.  After Hurricane Sandy, defendant had about 60 abandoned animals, and adopted them out. 

Plaintiff adopted Dillinger, gave the required donation, and took Dillinger home.  Then, Dillinger attacked the Dachshund on the same day.  Plaintiff didn't supervise the dogs.   Plaintiff claims dog was only at her home for a trial weekend, the attack happened, and plaintiff claims in the three days until defendant picked up the Doberman, she was afraid for her life.   As JJ points out, if the plaintiff was really terrified for her life, why didn't she call animal control to pick the dog up?

Plaintiff's ridiculous case dismissed.   It wasn't plaintiff's first Doberman either.

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17 hours ago, Back Atcha said:

What was it like to be one of her kids...or grandchildren?" 

well we already know they were liars.   She always says if a teenager's lips are moving they are lying.

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18 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

ealousy Fuel Phone Fight! (2021) -Plaintiff Jenika Herzog is suing defendant/former live-in boyfriend.  Damon Birge for the cost of two cell phones.    They were living together, bought plaintiff bought two phones, and then plaintiff found out the defendant was Face Timing with another woman.    Litigants were living with plaintiff's uncle and family then defendant was fired by uncle, and then defendant got a job cleaning cow barns (No Fly Zone is the company)

Instead of a cell for the deadbeat  she ought to  have few cell in her brain  working...

CRAZY IN ALABAMA--I physical handicapped-and find typing really difficult so I appreciate your through and droll take on cases

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Evicted by Mom?!- Plaintiff/ son Derrick Hadley, and his long term fiance, Kelly Maguire, wife, is suing defendant/ mother Mary Bowes-Deveau, and step dad Jeffrey Deveau for evicting them by getting a false restraining order, instead of going through eviction proceedings.   Plaintiffs want $5,000 for wrongful eviction.     Plaintiffs had lived with mother before, moved out for years, and then moved into stepfather, and mother's place. 

Plaintiffs lived on the third floor of defendant's house, which is a separate apartment (it sounds very nice).   Plaintiffs were living in one room with his fiance, and their five-year-old.   

Four months after moving in, plaintiff called the police after mother wanted $100 a week, but plaintiff signed agreement that they would pay $100 a week, instead of $0 or $100 a month plaintiff now claims.    Plaintiff son says mother wanted him to run errands for her, and wanted her rent, and tried to take their door off of the hinges.    Police said take plaintiffs to eviction court.   

A week later a marshal showed up with a restraining order so fiance had to move out, and the next day they came back to bounce plaintiff son out.    Plaintiffs are suing for property, left behind.    A week later plaintiff went back with a police escort to get their property. but claims defendants still have a lot of his property.    Defendants deny the property.    

Case dismissed.  

My Father Defrauded Me! - Plaintiff Jameika Smith / daughter, is suing  father/defendant Robert Smith for ruing her credit when he used her credit to get an apartment.    Plaintiff says father had a lease on an apartment in her name, and she didn't know about the lease until the collection agency started calling.   Defendant says daughter knew about the apartment. 

Plaintiff says all of the information on the apartment lease is her father's information, and she had nothing to do with this.    Defendant claims daughter was supposed to move into the apartment, and changed her mind, so he couldn't afford to live there, and gave up the lease.

Plaintiff works as a nanny, in North Carolina.     Defendant/father lived in College Park, Maryland, and that's where the apartment is.    Plaintiff did live, and work in Maryland for a while.   This was in College Park, MD, so I'm wondering what police response plaintiff will get trying to pursue this.  

JJ wants to see a signed lease.  Leasing office wouldn't send a copy of the signed lease.   Why would the plaintiff get an apartment in Maryland, if she was moving back to North Carolina?    They is no proof of who signed the lease, so no money for the plaintiff. 

Everything was signed electronically, and everything for the lease has the defendant's information on it.  

Plaintiff case dismissed, due to lack of proof.  However, lying, cheating defendant, says the daughter went with him to sign the lease, and pick up the keys.     Case dismissed, and JJ tells woman to get proof from the leasing company.    She should file police charges against this man. 

(In my view this entire case is outrageous, both on the apartment property manager’s part, and JJ should have asked her staff attorney, and other experts sitting right outside of the courtroom to help the plaintiff, and I hope they did.    I hope daughter had proof, and filed criminal charges against the father.   There is a way to get your Social Security number changed after identity fraud, and I hope she did that also.  My guess is the rental agent either doesn't want to cooperate because they screwed up, or someone at the rental office is a buddy of the despicable father.   I hope the plaintiff got the evidence she needed, and filed identity theft charges against the father.     I hope she ran all of the credit reports looking for other accounts he's probably opened in her name too).

Second (2018)-

Vocab Lessons for Vandalizing Teenagers?!- Plaintiff William Holland is suing defendant/ex-girlfriend Madison Kent for keying his truck after they broke up.        Plaintiff doesn't know what 'subsequently' or 'exclusively' means.    They broke up two years before the incident happened.  They broke up at 17 or 18, and they're now 19.   

Then plaintiff heard that defendant broke up with the new boyfriend, and they texted, just as friends.  Then litigants were at a friend's party, and that was when plaintiff asked defendant and her new Love Muffin, to leave.   

After they broke up, she came to a party with her new boyfriend, and plaintiff asked her to leave because it was making him uncomfortable, because he still had feelings for her.   Then his truck got keyed.  (I bet the line of suspects to key his truck, or punch him out is very long, because I don't like him just from watching this case). 

 Defendant's boyfriend was an invited guest at the party, and plaintiff was a jerk for asking her to leave.   Defendant said she wasn't leaving, so plaintiff says party host told defendant to leave.  Plaintiff claims he saw the defendant key his brand new truck.    (I don't believe him.   I think someone who still can't stand to see his girlfriend that broke up with him two years later, and her new boyfriend, is not rational).    

$1100 to plaintiff   

What was JJ thinking?  The plaintiff was so happy to force the defendant to come to court.  He sees anything as a date.    They broke up two years ago, and he's still so upset when he sees her with another boyfriend, that he wants her to leave?   He is totally lying about seeing her key his truck, and if he did he would have called the police right then, and wouldn't have waited three hours to call the defendant about it. 

I Wouldn’t Sue My Son- Plaintiff/mother Karen Wyman suing son/defendant 22-year-old Justin Wyman for a $2200 loan to make the down payment on a leased car.  This happened two years ago, and was traded in on another car recently.  Plaintiff bought the first cars for her older children.    Then plaintiff gave him a car that her father gave her.    Plaintiff also gave another brother money for a down payment on a second car too.

I wonder why only one car down payment was a loan, when the other brothers were given cars, and in one case, a down payment on a second car?  Defendant says relationship soured after he moved in with the mother's ex, his father, and I think that's exactly what happened.     

Plaintiff receives $2,069 for the down payment. 

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5 p.m. episodes-

First (2021)-

Stylist Left Me Bald?! -Plaintiff Rose Wiltshire claims her hair stylist/defendant Suzanne Oliver chopped five inches off of her hairpiece (wig), and ruined it, and wants $950 for a replacement hairpiece.     Plaintiff says she took hairpiece to stylist, who chopped five inches off of the hairpiece (plaintiffs long hair is hers, and the shorter layers are the hairpiece).     There is a big bald spot from the cutting. 

  Plaintiff has an original invoice for the hairpiece, $600 and $300, for $900 for the entire hairpiece.     Hairpiece was 12", and it's now " long.  Defendant had styled the hair piece on several occasions before this, and this was the only time defendant chopped 5" off of the hairpiece.   Plaintiff wanted her own hair cut one inch, and the hairpiece lightly layered, not chopped off to 7" long.   

This is not just a hairpiece, but a 'hair replacement system".  This is a permanently anchored hair appliance, to cover a bald spot.     JJ keeps saying plaintiff's hair looks lovely.    Defendant only gave an estimate, of $100 to $200 per haircut and styling for the hair replacement system.   I'm actually shocked this hairpiece only costs $900.

Plaintiff did pay for the haircut, and styling, even though the hairdresser didn't do anything plaintiff wanted, or what plaintiff had done to her hairpiece and hair on previous occasions.    Plaintiff paid $100.  

My opinion is that plaintiff should get the $950, because the hair system is ruined. 

JJ gives the plaintiff $100 for the styling, completely ignoring that defendant ruined an expensive hairpiece.  (This hair replacement system is exactly what it sounds like, the hair pieces are custom made, and installed to stay on.   They're like regular hair, and I bet until this aired, no one knew that the woman had a hairpiece.    The hair dresser's attitude was despicable, and JJ's attitude was as if it was a bad haircut and will grow back.   )

Second (2020)

Season Pass Scam?!-Plaintiffs Victoria Viamin, Jonathan Friedland, and Nicholas Shore, bought $500 each Ikon annual friends and family ski passes from defendant Vynessa DiBlasio.  There was another person who bought the $400 pass with blackout dates on holidays.    Passes are usually $1,000, but the $500 pass had no blackout dates.   Plaintiffs paid on apps to defendant.   ($400 pass isn't in court, so he's out).   

Defendant says she received $1500 via the apps, for the $500 Ikon ski passes.    Then all three plaintiffs received an email saying that the three passes (and the fourth) were fraudulent.   Defendant says she was duped, and it's not her fraud.   However, she resold the passes, so it's her fraud.  JJ tells obnoxious defendant to find the person she bought the passes from.  

$500 to each of the three plaintiffs, totaling $1,500.   

Father Son Fight! (2013)-Plaintiff Cody Lloyd suing his father, Randall Lloyd for a car that Cody paid $4200 for.  Car was in father's name, because of Cody's age, and was supposed to be transferred to son when he turned 18.      Father was mad that son who moved in with him had a party in his house, when father was out of town.    

When son became 18, father was supposed to turn car over to son, and instead the father sold the car, and kept the money.   

Father Randall Lloyd is slurping the Water That Must be Drunk like he's been marooned in the desert for years.   What a slime ball.

Plaintiff receives $4200 for his car, father receives nothing.   

Covid Strikes Again! (2020)-Plaintiff Alexander Nielsen suing former landlady, Mary L'Homme.  Tenant lived there for two years, and rent was $2,000 a month, and during Covid rent was reduced to $1500 for two months.  Plaintiff paid the reduced rent, and plaintiff then moved out with relatives, and still wants his security deposit back.   During Covid plaintiff's company stopped overtime, and his income was reduced. 

Defendant says all conditions with the reduced rent dropped off of her phone.     Fortunately, plaintiff has the texts.  (Why did plaintiff take an apartment where he had to have overtime to afford it?   That's not the landlord's problem, it's his).    Defendant agreed to the reduced rent for two months, at $1500.

Plaintiff receives his $1,000 security deposit.

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43 minutes ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Everything was signed electronically, and everything for the lease has the defendant's information on it.  

Judge Judy didn't have experience with electronic signatures (at least when this case was heard). She's considering only types of electronic signatures that involve physically signing something and then sending it via email or fax (or something like a credit card machine) so there's a signature to compare. However, other e-signings don't use any "physical" signing, just the submitter's agreement that the electronically produced "signature" (which doesn't look anything like the person's signature) will be considered valid and they provide supporting documentation to verify that. In other cases, the person just types their name in the form and it is accepted as the official e-signature. 

It is still odd that the leasing company wouldn't send a copy of the lease because it has to be on file somewhere, but perhaps the plaintiff didn't talk to a person with the ability to access those documents. I would imagine that access might be restricted due to privacy concerns, so more hoops than usual have to be gone through.

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doggie DilemnDoberman Dachshund Attack

 a/k/a The Brooklynese  Deese Dem and Dos  Doggie Dilemma

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2 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Why did plaintiff take an apartment where he had to have overtime to afford it?

That struck me as really irresponsible. I wasn't paying close attention to the case - did he live in a high rent area, like NYC or the Bay Area/Silicon Valley?

It reminded me of this Onion classic - https://www.theonion.com/apartment-broker-recommends-brooklyn-residents-spend-no-1819579222

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I remember the first time the Ski-pass ep aired, and that Defendent was just as slimy on the repeat. I suspect she's done this sort of scam many times before, and likely only puts up a token defense for the ones that bother to sue. I feel a little bad for the 4th plaintiff who couldn't make it; but even in regular small claims he would have a solid case. 

 

So how many new episodes are left? With how chopped up they are, I guess it can be hard to guess. 

 

It is a bit sad, 25 years should have been a celebratory season for the show, even if it is the final season. I get the feeling that between COVID and the feud with CBS, Judge Judy isn't getting the sendoff it should be getting; and JJ certainly isn't feeling this season. CBS certainly isn't putting much effort into the season and seems to just be running out the episodes. 

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17 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

My opinion is that plaintiff should get the $950, because the hair system is ruined. 

I agree...Judge Know-It-All wouldn't even look at the photo that shows the woman's bald spot.  AND--why didn't the plaintiff explain that she wears that "system" because her thinning hair has moved into the "bald" arena.  The plaintiff is so set on calling her system a "system," even though Judy didn't get it.  We should have been there to help.

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Study Abroad Freeloader?! -Plaintiff Lana Boulware/mother suing defendant/son Andre "Dre" Pennington (age 21) for putting his name on an insurance policy without her permission, and an unpaid loan.   Until this incident, son lived in mother's house.   Mother says she loaned son $600 for car insurance, before son went with girlfriend to go to Paris with his girlfriend, for six weeks.   However, plaintiff says that son did put his car on her insurance policy, but son paid her back.   Son needed the loan until his student loans came in.   

Son and girlfriend combined their funds, and the trip to Paris cost $7,000 total.    Son says he was still going to school while he was on vacation, and was doing online classes too.    Son denies mother gave him any money when he went to Europe.   (I loathe plaintiff, and her witness' hair, they look like my sister-in-law’s awful hairdo).   Son has counter claim of illegal eviction from mother's house.   Son and girlfriend (age 18) now live together.

Then mother and son called 911, and mother claimed son assaulted her, police didn't do anything to son.  There is no proof mother is owed any money.  Mother/plaintiff in hall-terview still claims she's going after the son for the thousands he owes her.   I guess plaintiff didn't read the documents she signed when she came on the show?   

Plaintiff case dismissed.       

Road Rage with Children in the Car?! -Plaintiff Tamisha Moore suing fellow motorist/defendant Tylesha Askew for hitting her after a road rage incident, and both cars had children in them also.    Defendant claims the plaintiff waved her over to a gas station for a discussion, and claims plaintiff backed into her car. 

Plaintiff says her insurance gave her a check to fix damages on her car ($1300), and months later during the repair process, more damages were found, and she wants $5,000 (It does give JJ a good laugh).   Who knows what happened to that car during the five months between the incident, and repair shop? 

Plaintiff is actually pouting like a little kid.   

Plaintiff case dismissed. 

Second (2018)-

Registered Sex Offender Fail -Plaintiff Jennifer Alexander suing defendant, Summer Alexander (married to plaintiff's brother), sister-in-law for child care costs, school clothes, car loan, and a flute for defendant's three children.    Defendant moved in with her mother-in-law, and children had to leave because uncle is on the sex offender registry.   Defendant was in jail for a few days, and when she came back to MIL's home, the uncle got out of prison, and moved in with his sister (the mother-in-law), and children can't live with the uncle.   

Defendant has to pay $700 to $800 in child support, and her wages are garnished.    Defendant says she can't afford a place of her own, because she has to pay child support, but is $7,000 behind on child support, and plaintiff says defendant is no longer employed.  Plaintiff and husband are trying to adopt the three children.   Defendant claims the plaintiff only wants her kids because she can't have her own children. 

Defendant would just have to get a place of her own to get the children back, and I'm sure there are more requirements to ever get custody of the children.

Children have been with the plaintiff for 18 months, and before that plaintiff had the defendant and the kids were living with her and husband for two years.    

Defendant blames plaintiff for the outstanding warrants in Pennsylvania, and that's how she ended up in jail for a week.   Plaintiff says defendant told her that if they bought a car for defendant, then defendant would sign to terminate her parental rights.      Plaintiffs receive $231 a month for each kid, not much money at all.   Defendant says the plaintiff and her husband took her to lunch, and only wanted to talk about parental rights, and defendant claims the car was a gift.     Flute claim dismissed.    

Bartering children is offering the car in return for parental rights, so that's dismissed.    I hope the plaintiff and husband adopted the children.

JJ says nothing was a loan to defendant, nothing for plaintiff. 

Girl on Bike Hit by Car! -Plaintiffs Perla Murrieta suing driver/defendant Elandra Lee for hitting her daughter, Cassandra Romero, while she was riding her bicycle.   

JJ wants to know if defendant was insured at the time of the accident.  JJ sends defendant out to get proof of insurance, so JJ says no insurance.     Plaintiff tried to sue defendant's insurance company, but can't find out who the insurance company is, and if the (car belongs to defendant's boyfriend) is insured, and if defendant is covered.   

Defendant says accident was the plaintiff's daughter's fault, and daughter had a pre-existing condition.     Plaintiff claims daughter wasn't involved in a previous accident, but daughter says she was.   

Defendant was exiting parking lot, when daughter drove into the side of the defendant's car, daughter was riding on the sidewalk, and daughter said she was limping because of a previous accident.   Daughter walked the bike home, and was taken to the hospital by mother.   

Plaintiff mother claims daughter was upset, and that's why she said she was hurt from a previous accident.      Daughter had a sprain, and was never taken for a follow up by plaintiff mother.   

As JJ says, plaintiff will cover medical bills for child.

Defendant says she's in custody battle with her ex-boyfriend, and he refuses to give proof of insurance.  JJ points out as car owner the ex-boyfriend is liable also, and can be sued.    Defendant says plaintiff wanted the bike paid for also (it's her brother's bike), and another new bike for the daughter.  (My guess is that it wasn't the little girl's first accident with the bike, and she actually told the truth at the scene of the accident.    The mother certainly wanted a bonanza for her daughter hitting the car didn't she?    Two brand new bikes? )

Medical bills will be paid to plaintiff

(Thanks to Back Atcha for the correction, this case was so confusing.    I'm amazed that the mother wasn't called to the scene, and that the little girl just walked the bike home.)

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5 p.m. episodes-

First

When Animals Attack…Your Car! (2021) -Plaintiff  Russell Henderson is suing defendant Kathleen Thompson over defendant’s German Shepherd dogs (GSDs) attacking plaintiff’s parked car.   Plaintiff says dogs went after his car, but didn't go after him.    Animal Control report says defendant's gates were wide open.    Defendant's house has a huge iron double gate.   Defendant lives in the back house, and rents.   Defendant property has perimeter fencing, not fencing around her yard separately.   

One GSD was on the roof of plaintiff's car, the second one was tugging on the fender of his car.   When plaintiff threw a stick the dog on the roof ran away, but the other one growled at him.  

$4,000 to plaintiff for car damages (car was meant for his grown son as a gift).    I wonder how long plaintiff had been working on the car?   

Grand Theft Restitution (2014) –Plaintiff Jennifer Lawson suing defendant Brandon Perez for a loan for his grand theft conviction.    Defendant was eventually sentenced for one month in jail, and to pay restitution (he stole appliances).     Defendant is son of plaintiff's fiance. 

Plaintiff loaned defendant the money to pay his restitution, and defendant claims it wasn't a loan.    I hope plaintiff thought a lot about marrying into this family. 

Plaintiff receives $1800.

Second (2020)

Vandalism Admission- Plaintiff Magen Spape is suing father of her children for breaking a lease, and breaking an iPhone.    Sainted Single Mother of Three (SSMOT) has two kids (18 months and 6 months) with defendant, Jessie Zepeda, one older one (2+ years old)is not his (yes, three children under three for her).    The litigants were living together, had children 50/50, so court said no child support is ordered.    They have to go back to court for child support, and medical for the kids.    There will be a further trial the next month or so to sign the final court orders.   

They lived together, and then in January defendant moved out, and plaintiff wants $350 a month for his half of rent and utilities for the last nine months.     Plaintiff will get the rent, but no utilities.    Plaintiff keeps saying the defendant should support all three children, but one isn't his.   Plaintiff wants an iPhone back that she gave him, and defendant is paying for both litigants’ phone bill.    

$3750 for rent for the plaintiff, and defendant can tell the judge so that can be taken into account for child support.    This included $600 for the broken iPhone.     

Intoxicated Tutoring Fail!-  Plaintiff  Twesiga Disan ia suing former LSAT tutor Michael Schocket for punitive damages for missing two LSAT tests, and return of tutoring fees.  Plaintiff alleges there were supposed to be 25 sessions, but defendant says 25 hours total. 

Then, plaintiff showed up under the influence, so defendant called off the session.  Plaintiff threw up in defendant's house, but says he didn't throw up that much.  Defendant only tutors for LSAT tests, it's his only income.     Plaintiff cancelled another session. 

Plaintiff has some internet postings claiming defendant cancels students frequently.    Defendant says plaintiff used 3 sessions, and then cancelled twice more for hangovers, and showed up drunk once. 

Plaintiff received 18 hours of tutoring, so he's not getting fees back.   Defendant says he sent his schedule of tutoring openings to plaintiff, but plaintiff never rescheduled.  (As other posters have said, passing the LSAT isn't what happens.  The person takes the LSAT, gets a score, and then hunts for a law school that will take them). 

Case dismissed.  

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On 7/13/2021 at 3:01 PM, CrazyInAlabama said:

Defendant says she's in custody battle with her ex-boyfriend, and he refuses to give proof of insurance.  JJ points out as car owner the ex-boyfriend is liable also, and can be sued.    Defendant says plaintiff wanted the bike paid for also (it's her brother's bike). 

Defendant said plaintiff wanted the borrowed/damaged bike (the brother's) replaced AND a new (separate) bike for the "injured" child.  Two bikes.

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12 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

$4,000 to plaintiff for car damages (car was meant for his a

 

Bless JJ's heart.  He would have gotten 5,000 but she said the car would bring 1,000 for parts so that makes him whole.

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16 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Intoxicated Tutoring Fail!-

The scariest part was that confused and uncomprehending plaintiff said in the hallterview that he ultimately passed the LSAT. Assuming his incoherent mind was correct in this instance, this means another law student on his way to potentially becoming one more incompetent lawyer, if he makes it through the program (judging from some of the specimens of attorneys who appear as litigants on these shows, the standard is not very high).

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6 hours ago, parrotfeathers said:

 He would have gotten 5,000 but she said the car would bring 1,000 for parts so that makes him whole.

She's Body Shop Expert!  Body Shop Expert...and now Wrecking Yard Expert.  I wonder if her husband dares open his mouth around her.

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20 minutes ago, Back Atcha said:

She's Body Shop Expert!  Body Shop Expert...and now Wrecking Yard Expert.  I wonder if her husband dares open his mouth around her.

Imagine if you were her maid.  Oh you forgot to dust the vase that's $20 off your check.

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"The scariest part was that confused and uncomprehending plaintiff said in the hallterview that he ultimately passed the LSAT."

You don't "pass" the LSAT like you don't pass the SAT or GRE, you get a score and it is up to each law school to set a minimum score for enrollment.  Harvard may require a score of 1,000 while Law School of American Samoa (Go Land Crabs) may take some one with a score of 500.

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Book Proposal Bustl!- (also ran as Book Launch Fail)Plaintiff Heather Van Arsdel suing ghost writer, defendant Loretta Paraguassu for not writing her book proposal, title page, sample chapters to pitch to publishers.    Book was about plaintiff's fascinating life, with high profile individuals.   What defendant produced was a title page.   

Defendant says she couldn't do a synopsis of a book, because plaintiff didn't write the book.   No table of contents for the same reason.    Title page was produced, one sentence, and no contents page.    Technical details, and author bio were not done, because no book, and no information from the plaintiff.   Defendant claims book was about an NBA player that dumped the plaintiff.   (Why should the writer/defendant be expected to do a table of contents when there is no book content to do this from, and the same for a synopsis.  I would have given nothing back to plaintiff, because she didn't provide the material to the author for a book that doesn't exist). 

Plaintiff paid $5,000 for the book proposal. and receives $5,000.

When Starving Golden Retrievers Attack?! -Plaintiffs Leonard and Stacie Jablon are suing defendant Louis Palos, over defendant’s off-leash Golden Retriever and Bull Terrier attacking their small dog (10-15 pounds).  Plaintiffs want vet bills and punitive damages, $2,000.  Plaintiff's tiny dog was attacked by defendant's two off leash Golden Retrievers.   Defendant says his dogs didn't attack the plaintiffs' dog, but the dogs went back to defendant's house after the attack.    Vet bill is over $900, and was already paid by the plaintiffs. 

Golden Retrievers are supposedly owned by defendant's ex-wife who lives in Las Vegas, so he claims they're not his dogs.    The photo of the one Golden shows an emaciated dog.    

Defendant's daughter is lying for her father.  Defendant claims no one asked him to pay the bill.    Plaintiff says animal control couldn't locate the dog, so plaintiff walked around the neighborhood, and found the pictured animal.   Animal control came to pick the dog, and daughter was there, and upset about it.  Then plaintiff asked her why the dog was so emaciated, and talked to father on the phone about the bill.   Defendant says the Golden is supposed to look like that.    Plaintiff and JJ are very upset about the state of the Golden Retriever. (My guess is that since the defendant can't get at the ex-wife, he's taking his anger out on defenseless animals). 

Defendant's dogs have a decent home now, I hope. 

$1500 to plaintiffs

Second (2018)-

Parties, Police and Payback? -Plaintiff Waynenita Perryman suing defendant Noah Herzenstein for traffic tickets, impound fees, an assault, return of a dog. house damages,  and unpaid rent.  They worked together, and roomed together in a house (she owns the house, and rents it out), Defendant says since the house was paid off, he shouldn't have to pay rent (taxes, insurance, maintenance, utilities).  Defendant lived in the house for nine months, and never paid his $400 a month rent.   Defendant claims he paid for four months, but not the other five, so much for defendant's statement he didn't need to pay rent (He owes $2,000).   

Defendant also used a car belonging to plaintiff.    Defendant says the car is in fine condition, but it was impounded, and had a bunch of tickets on the car.   Ticket information was sent to defendant's address, and then car was impounded for being parked in the wrong place, and plaintiff had to pay the tickets, and impound fees to get the car out of impound. 

Plaintiff lived in the house, with her then husband, and their five children for four years, and then divorced.   Plaintiff re-rented the house, after defendant moved out.  Defendant claims he lived alone, but plaintiff says defendant had multiple roommates, and parties that resulted in three police visits.

Defendant says the photos of damages are the plaintiff "Peeing on JJ's leg, and telling her it's raining".    Defendant claims he didn't trash the house, get tickets, or get the car impounded. 

$3243 to plaintiff for the car, and house damages, and punitive damages, adding up to $5,000.  

Bernese Mountain Dog Custody -Plaintiff Carol Burke (dog breeder) suing defendant Jaime "Jimmy" Cortez over her sale to defendant of a Bernese Mountain dog puppy.  Plaintiff wants either the return of the dog, or the value of the puppy.    The defendant has a video of the dog opening his Christmas presents.    Defendant confuses me, he says he's not going to breed the dog, but didn't neuter him either.   The litigants were neighbors, and defendant's first Bernese died of cancer, and plaintiff transferred custody of the puppy to defendant, in return for showing the dog, and breeding him as a stud when the puppy was older.   Then the stud service would be for free, in return for the puppy. 

Defendant refuses to allow plaintiff to show the dog, and hasn't neutered him.   (The bigger dogs it's better to wait to neuter them, for bone growth reasons, and maybe others, consult your vet for their opinion).  

Defendant says the vet said to wait until full growth (4 years old), and then neuter the Bernese Mtn. dog.   

Defendant breeched the contract, and is given the choice of giving the dog back, or the plaintiff gets the amount she would have earned from the puppy, $2100.    Dog is now three, and defendant makes the right choice of keeping the dog.   Plaintiff also wants to be reimbursed for a surgery that she helped pay for, for the puppy, (Plaintiff's co-breeder also helped pay).  Co-breeder and plaintiff paid $3200 for the surgery.

$2100 to the plaintiff for the price of the puppy.   (My cable guide keeps calling this "Burmese" not Bernese, it's a dog not a python or a cat).

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5 p.m. episodes-

First (2020)

Gas Leak!   Run for Your Life! (2021) -Plaintiffs /former tenants Abigail Bosco, Brianne Jones, and Simon Becker, are suing defendant/landlord Annette Malveaux over a gas leak at their rental that could have killed them.   Plaintiffs want their security deposits, and rent back, which total $5,000.   Defendant owns and leases out five homes. 

Plaintiffs moved into the rental, the gas leak happened, and the plaintiffs had to evacuate the house.   Plaintiffs moved into the house in mid-July, and the gas leak happened 

 JJ wants to see the Certificate of Occupancy for the property leased by the plaintiffs, they moved in on July 15, 2020.   The C of O was never given to the court, and house never had one.   Defendant says she bought a 2 bed/1 bath, and tore down and remodeled it to a 3 bed/2 bath.    No proof of inspections is produced, and no C of O.   The defendant submits the inspection report, not dated, from the property management company (no inspection report by city, or C of O).  No permits either.   

Where is this house located?  How can she rent five houses out, and not have proper Certificate of Occupancies?     The county where she resides needs to actually enforce the law.  

$5,000 to plaintiffs.

Sober Living Roommate Fail?! (2021)-Plaintiff Travis Garcia suing defendant Richard Murphy for rent, utilities, and security deposit.   Litigants were roomies at a sober living home.   Then plaintiff rented a room at a private residence, and let defendant stay over sometimes.   Defendant only has Social Security disability, for $1763 a month.   

Then, the litigants wanted to move into a shared apartment, and plaintiff alleges he made loans to the defendant.   Plaintiff says he paid first month's rent, security, and bills, and says defendant never paid him back.  Plaintiff claims defendant never paid him anything.

Plaintiff receives $1,674.

Heartbroken and Broke (2014) -Plaintiff Elizabeth Gazdziak  suing defendant/ex Zachary Tubbs for his half of the bills, a car loan, and rent when they lived together.   Plaintiff claims most of the time they resided in the same place, they were only roommates.   Defendant wisely keeps his mouth shut. 

Plaintiff loaned defendant $1,000 for the down payment for his car, but he agreed to pay plaintiff back.  Rent amount dismissed.  

$1,000 to plaintiff.

Second (2020)-

Teenager Cusses Out Slow Senior-Plaintiff idiot teen, Logan Brown, and his mommy, Sandra Brown, are suing a neighbor, Keith Dreyer for punching whiny brat's car. This was after the rotten brat cussed out an elderly widow for driving too slowly, and also harassed pedestrians crossing the street in the HOA area on the same occasion, and the bystander intervened.   Mommy came to court with her son, and claims she didn't know about the cussing, until court.  (What the hell is up with plaintiff brat's eyebrows?)     

Brat was driving, was mad about the slow driving of an elderly widow, on a dark, rainy day.   So, he was revving his engine, instead of honking.  The other driver tried to pull over so plaintiff could pass.   Brat started to pull around the car, and defendant, and another person were walking in the street.   (As JJ points out, how could plaintiff see the pedestrians over the much taller car in front from a Mazda Miata?)  Plaintiff almost hit the pedestrians (who have the right of way).  Then plaintiff yelled at pedestrian to "Go F*** Himself".     Defendant says plaintiff brat told the two women the same thing.  

Two pedestrians yelled at plaintiff, and then defendant punched the plaintiff's car.    Plaintiff claims revving the engine and other harassment was "Freedom of speech".   The video shows the plaintiff acting like a raging a&$&$&&.     (Driver is a 79 year-old-widow, pulling over to give a neighbor a ride, and neighbor was getting in the car).    (The man behind the plaintiff brat is really enjoying this case).   

The plaintiff's mother claims to be upset about brat's behavior, but she really isn't.    (Brat is lucky that someone didn't punch his lights out).   This street wasn't the highway, but the entrance to the subdivision they live in, and plaintiff is a punk.    Next time plaintiff pulls a stunt like this, he may not get off so easy.   

$100 for plaintiff.

Locked Out and Fired Up-Plaintiff Chaya Goldzweig suing former landlord/roommate Cheronte Hartman for return of rent, security deposit, lost wages, and hotel costs.    Plaintiff moved into room at defendant's apartment (She stayed two months).   

Security was $500, and defendant kept that amount for replacing locks.   Defendant claims she was locked out by inside lock, so she called a locksmith to get her into the apartment.  Plaintiff claims when defendant called her, she looked, and the inside lock was open.    Locksmith couldn't reach the inside lock, and so defendant slept in her car.  

Defendant is counter suing for return of a key fob, and lost wages.    (Why is the defendant yelling?)   Defendant gets the $355 for the locksmith, from the security deposit. 

$145 to plaintiff.   Defendant gets key fob/gate opener back.      

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13 hours ago, parrotfeathers said:

 He would have gotten 5,000 but she said the car would bring 1,000 for parts so that makes him whole.

That lucky guy!  He gets to put his contact information (+home address) in ads if he intends to part-out his car.  THEN...he's allowed to sit around and wait while good people and bad make appointments and show up--or not.  He'll ultimately be left with a shell of a vehicle and all kinds of oil and debris surrounding it.  Good Call, Wrecking Yard Judy!

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ealousy Fuel Phone Fight! (2021) -Plaintiff Jenika Herzog is suing defendant/former live-in boyfriend.  Damon Birge for the cost of two cell phones.    They were living together, bought plaintiff bought two phones, and then plaintiff found out the defendant was Face Timing with another woman.    Litigants were living with plaintiff's uncle and family then defendant was fired by uncle, and then defendant got a job cleaning cow barns (No Fly Zone is the company).   

Jeez Louise--she tried to  bulldoze her way thru the hearing didn't she.  I'm surprised Her Majesty didn't tell her to slow the fuck down.

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Don’t Make Babies If You Don’t Have a Job! -Plaintiff Destany Arnold suing defendant Jasmine Arnold for car damage. They were fighting over Zandor Nash, apparently a huge object of everyone's affection.    Zandor Nash has one child with Jasmine Arnold, and another appearing soon (probably kid is 2 by now).  Zandor, and girlfriend/defendant are living with his mom, and sister, plus the girlfriend, and their two kids, and sister had a baby, and mother is supporting everyone.     Litigants are fighting over Zandor Nash, the Stud Muffin.    

The two litigants had a physical fight, in broad daylight, on a major highway in Atlanta.    Plaintiff was driving, hear pebbles hit her car, pulled over, and a brick smashed her window, and hit her in the face (this doesn't match the plaintiff's court statement).   Police report says Zandor Nash threw the brick, and Zandor pled guilty to vandalizing plaintiff's car, and didn't pay restitution.    Plaintiff claims female defendant assaulted her. 

 Plaintiff's female cousin was arrested for assault, and pled guilty also.   Plaintiff claims there is another pending court case against Zandor too.     Plaintiff and defendant have medical records.   Plaintiff was arrested, and charges were dismissed.   Defendant claims she couldn't throw a brick, because she was holding her baby in her arms.   Defendant was claiming the baby was injured by the plaintiff, but those are the charges that were dropped.    Defendant says plaintiff has a previous assault conviction, that was dismissed.

Cases dismissed, because they're stupid.   

Final Days for First Cousins -Plaintiff John David is suing defendant/cousin Ashley Cropsey for $3500, for an apartment he co-signed for her, and then she skipped, and the account went to collections, and for ruining his credit.        Late rent, damaged property, unpaid utility bills, and unpaid rent were included in the collections case, and plaintiff paid the total amount his cousin owed.  Original collections amount was $5200, but defendant paid him $1500, so he's still owed $3500. 

$3500 to plaintiff. 

Second (2018)-

No One Talks to Judge Judy Like That! -Plaintiffs Mason and Ieasha Mekhi/landlords are suing defendant/former tenant Dalia Charlemagne for assault, and unpaid rent.   This was a botched co-op deal for the plaintiffs, and they weren't allowed to sublet rooms. 

The plaintiffs had the co-op, bought a house, but didn't want to give up the co-op, so later their 13 year-old son can live there during college.   However, the co-op found out about the illegal sublet, and defendant was witness for the co-op property management office, and the plaintiffs were evicted for breaching their lease.   

The plaintiffs needed to get permission from the co-op board to sublet.    Not coming to court with clean hands sank the plaintiffs' case, and the plaintiff husband's back talk to JJ goes over badly.   Plaintiffs get booted out of court, and they're lucky Officer Byrd didn't literally boot them out.   I would have enjoyed him tasering them out the exit.  

Case dismissed. 

Grief and Trauma Rental? – Plaintiff /former tenant Avissa Ilkhan suing defendants/landlords Anthony Cruz, and Luis Jacobo, and plaintiff wants her security deposit back.   Landlords are renting out a relative's house, and allowed to rent bedrooms.   Defendants are counter suing for cleaning fees, and unpaid extra tenant fees.  

Plaintiff quit her job, and moved back with her mother (Flora Ilkhan),  after mother had a death of a close family member, but plaintiff didn't give 30 days-notice which is required in the lease.   Defendants are renting a house from a relative, (the defendant's boyfriend's brother-in-law's mother) and are allowed to rent rooms.   $250 was security deposit.  

Plaintiff claims the defendant said she could leave without 30 days-notice, but defendants deny that.   Defendants are counter claiming for cleaning fees, and additional occupant fees. 

Plaintiff claims her abrupt departure was because her mother was sick.  Her mother lost her sister suddenly, and was sick emotionally.   Plaintiff quit her job, and moved home with her mother.   

Plaintiff gets her $250 security deposit back.  

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On 7/13/2021 at 12:39 PM, Back Atcha said:

agree...Judge Know-It-All wouldn't even look at the photo that shows the woman's bald spot.  AND--why didn't the plaintiff explain that she wears that "system" because her thinning hair has moved into the "bald" arena

But, but, but JJ is an expert on hair care, and anyway, because SHE liked the woman's hair altho she didn't get what she originally signed up for IT DIDN'T MATTER.

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5 p.m. episodes-

First (2021)

Time Share Nightmare (2021) -Plaintiff Antoinette Harris White suing defendant Dante Taylor, for money owed on a time-share.   Defendant is counter suing for a false restraining order, and taking money out of his bank account after they broke up.    

Time share was in plaintiff's name, and plaintiff bought time-share in her name, because defendant has bad credit.   They bought the time share, and a month later they moved in together.

 

(Note to JJ, nobody can sell, donate, or gift a time share, there is no resale market for them.   There are charities that have them donated to them, and the charity refuses.     I know people who were very close to out of money, and when they were left a time share [you have to pay the maintenance, taxes, insurance, and other expenses, even if it's paid off] they refused to accept it   That's why they have time share exit companies.   You also have to pay maintenance fees on it too).   

Plaintiff says she can't sell the time share until it's paid off (bull pucky.  You can’t get rid of a time share without losing money, but if you still owe money on it I bet you won't be able to get rid of a time share and not lose money on the remaining mortgage).  

Plaintiff filed for a restraining order against defendant, because he harassed her at work on multiple occasions.   Defendant claims the restraining order was false, and plaintiff lied to get the order. 

Plaintiff submits texts she claims are from defendant, but they're a whole lot longer than texts I ever get in one piece.  Protective order never went to court, plaintiff claimed defendant was never served, or went to a hearing. 

Plaintiff took $860 out of the joint account, and the bank reversed it.   Then defendant closed the account, and credit was reversed.

Plaintiff told to sell the time-share, so no money for that.    

Defendant receives $860.  (Now in addition to my usual accident and injury attorney commercials, I keep getting time share exit companies.)

Spooked Dog Damages House (2021) -Plaintiff Shane Daly suing defendant Varayut Punyasavatsut for damages from his dog, and punitive damages for stress.   Plaintiff claims defendant's dog damaged his screen door, and deer fence, during fireworks on Christmas, and 4th of July. 

This was in 2019, and plaintiff sold the house since 2019, and claims he received less money for the house because of the damages from the dog.  Second time the dog ripped the fence patches out from the first occasion, and both times plaintiff fixed the fence.   The plaintiff didn't fix the screen door, but sold the house with the damaged door.   

Plaintiff case dismissed.  (Why was this case even filed?)

Freeway Crash (2014?) -Plaintiff Fulah Muhammad suing defendant Carl Dale, her fiance's nephew, over damages to her car when defendant drove plaintiff's car, and towing fees.    Defendant claims plaintiff told him she had insurance, when he asked her at 7 a.m. if he could borrow her car.   Now it changes to he asked her to borrow it the afternoon before.  

Interesting take on no insurance.   Plaintiff only has a permit, not a real license, and the last time she drove was to Taco Bell with a cousin with a license in the car.   This doesn't mean you drive a car without insurance.    Car apparently hasn't had insurance for a long time.   Defendant had an accident, totaled the car, and his injuries have healed.  Defendant says another car cut him off on the freeway, he lost control and hit a pole, rear end first.   

Plaintiff $1400.  ( I wouldn't have paid the uninsured car owner plaintiff a penny, she drives without a license, and without insurance). (In the hall-terview plaintiff talks about driving back and forth to work, nothing about insurance or a license). 

Second-

Art of the $5,000 Con?! (2021)- Plaintiffs Diana McGrath is suing defendants Andrew and Michelle Johnson over money owed on a mobile home (it was $300 a month).   Plaintiff lived in a mobile home on her 5 acre property, and then bought an additional one.  When plaintiff's husband died, she moved in with her daughter, and moved out of the first mobile home.  Then plaintiff's son wanted to move into a mobile home on plaintiff's property, so plaintiff bought another, larger mobile home, and her older son moved into the four bedroom home.   Plaintiff and son had a big falling out with older son, and she evicted him.   (Plaintiff's witness is another son).    Plaintiff deeded land to her daughter, and everyone sold the mobile home and land to the Johnsons. 

Then after health issues, the defendants bought the five acres, for $44,000.   Then the mobile home was $20,000, totaling $64,000 in 2016.   Defendants didn't finish paying for the mobile home, and still owe $14,000 on the land, so $700 a month for the land, and $300 on the mobile home, so $1,000 a month.    Defendant husband claims he made double payments, but zero proof.   Plaintiff's daughter was selling the mobile and land for her mother, and then they had a falling out.  Daughter was selling the land for $700 a month, and still owe money on that.  

Defendants still owe $5,000 on the mobile home.  Plaintiff claims daughter was selling the land for her, but daughter hid the fact that she was selling the mobile home for $300 a month.   

Daughter claimed that plaintiff would receive the full amount for the mobile home when the land was paid off, in a lump sum.     This all came out in discovery during the lawsuit against the daughter by plaintiff.   Plaintiff is suing daughter for the money from the mobile home.   Delinquent payments are $1,100 for the mobile home, according to plaintiff's own attorney.

 Defendants will pay $300 a month through May of 2022.  JJ warns the defendants that if they stop paying for the land or the mobile home the plaintiff will sue them, and repo the mobile home. 

They're also claiming to be up to date on land payments of $700 a month too.   I guess the family is in court pretty often, since the plaintiff's son keeps tossing out legal jargon about everything. 

$1,100 to plaintiff. 

Bad House Sitter? (2014) -Plaintiffs Sue Ellen and Kevin Mobley , are suing defendant/house and pet sitter, Wilson for totaling a vehicle, stealing money, and neglecting animals.   Defendant pet sitter admits he took $1,000 from the house, to pay himself for what his fee was supposed to be.     Plaintiff says the plaintiffs totaled the van, stole $1,000 from the house, and neglected the animals that plaintiffs rehabilitate.   Plaintiffs rehabilitate wild animals.   

Defendant is full of excuses.    Plaintiff says in the hall-terview that several of her animals died while defendant was watching them.  

Plaintiffs receive $4,000

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16 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

(Note to JJ, nobody can sell, donate, or gift a time share.   That's why they have time share exit companies.   You also have to pay maintenance fees on it too). 

I was coming here to say that.

16 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

This doesn't mean you drive a car without insurance.    Car apparently hasn't had insurance for a long time. 

What happened to JJ premise of coming to court with clean hands???  I thought surely she wasn't going to get any money.

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Daycare $5.50 an hour for two children?😳Not in New England. High school  aged sitters make 3xs that rate!

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Sucker Punch During Family Brunch?! -Plaintiff You You Xue suing defendant Karl Pogue over an assault at a restaurant.   Plaintiff was going to a restaurant, and when defendant held the door for his wife, and two sons (8 and 9 years old), when plaintiff barged past into the restaurant.     Instead of waiting until wife and children cleared the door, the plaintiff barged past the wife, and defendant told plaintiff he was rude.   

Then, defendant went to his vehicle, put on a beret, and coat, and went back into the restaurant, confronted the plaintiff, again told him he was rude.  Then plaintiff said "want to fight me?"    Plaintiff followed defendant out to the restaurant door, they continued the argument outside, and defendant punched plaintiff in the mouth.    This happened two years ago, criminal charges were dismissed because of lack of proof.  Defendant claims plaintiff wouldn't stop confronting him, and arguing.  

Plaintiff claims he never touched the defendant, but defendant claims plaintiff did touch him first.  A witness to the fight says plaintiff did touch the defendant first.   However, going back into the restaurant in different clothes (the defendant was parked right by the door) was sitting up the confrontation.  

Plaintiff receives $2,000, In my view both litigants were jerks.  I wouldn't have paid the plaintiff a penny, and he's lucky the defendant just punched him.   

No Help for Scammers?!- Plaintiff /sister Jennifer Davis (age 24) suing defendant/brother Brian Davis (age 21) for the balance on a car loan, after she co-signed for him.   Car was registered in plaintiff's name, because defendant couldn't get insurance, so this defrauded the insurance company.   Defendant was in an accident, and totaled the car, but there was no gap insurance, so a $3,000 shortfall.

Defendant still refuses to understand that he defrauded the insurance company, and the litigants didn't come to court with clean hands. 

In hall-terview, defendant says

Plaintiff case dismissed, for defrauding the insurance company.  

Second (2018)-

Man Endures Eight Rabies Shots After Attack! -Plaintiff Kerwin Layton suing neighbor Michael Young for medical bills, pain and suffering, and destroying evidence after defendant’s two Pit Bulls attacked him while plaintiff was walking around the block he lives on.   There were five shots on one day, and three more to follow, and this was required because the dogs were not vaccinated.   Plaintiff was walking on the public sidewalk, and the two dogs came out from some bushes, and bit him.   The bite occurred in front of the defendant's property.

As usual, defendant has the same dogs, and keeps saying they're great dogs.    Defendant submits pictures of his dogs, and plaintiff says the pictures aren't the same as the dogs that bit him.    The picture difference, and animal control report are the basis for plaintiff's claim about tampering with evidence.    Defendant was cited by animal control for dogs at large.   Defendant keeps claiming his dogs were never out of the yard.   

Plaintiff receives $5,000, and JJ would have awarded him more if she could.

Grief and Grit -Plaintiff Eric Jones / landlord is suing defendant Sarah MacMann over non-payment of rent, and cleaning, and trash removal fees, and damages.     Plaintiff purchased a house and lived in the house for six years with his family.    When plaintiff moved out, he rented the three bedroom house to defendant, who lived there for 3 1/2 years, until she was evicted for non-payment of rent.   

Defendant lived in the house with her husband, two children, and her father.    Defendant fell behind on rent, and at some time during that period her father died, but that doesn't excuse the disgusting mess defendant's family left behind in the house.  

After father died, defendant's source of income was from being father's VA caretaker, so she stopped paying rent, and eviction started later.

$4952 for plaintiff for damages, and rent.

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5 p.m. episodes-

First

Judge Judy’s Home Improvement Tip! (2021)-Plaintiffs John Haskin IV, Dana Roselli, Krista Sterling, and Jessica Anderson, are suing defendant/former landlord Jenifer Ackley (Officer Byrd says her name is Bergeron, not Ackley.   I wonder if she used her maiden name for the court case, and they announced her other last name?)  for their security deposits back.  Defendant claims the tenants didn't pay on time every month, and when they moved out she kept the security deposits, ($2200 security) and she alleges $3500 more damages.    

Defendant doesn't have receipts for repairs.  There is some floor damage, and some baseboard trim damages, (JJ’s tip to homeowners is that you could fix the trim and drywall holes with wood filler, then a file or sandpaper, and paint the small place you repaired).   Carpet is filthy, and was replaced.   There is some trash, behind the stove, one damaged window blind, more trim.    The fridge plastic bins were damaged.  Tenant blames the defendant's boyfriend for cracking the fridge bins when he brought it in the house.  But fridge was used. $500+ for microhood replacement.   

Plaintiffs receive $1524 back, defendant case dismissed. 

Follow the Bouncing Ball (2013) -Plaintiff Peter Sayegh is suing defendant Damian Hearndon, over his injury in a pickup basketball game.   However, defendant claims plaintiff was overly aggressive, and defendant was defending himself.  Litigants didn't know each other before the pickup game.   Plaintiff's jaw was dislocated, but defendant wasn't injured. 

 JJ's right, if defendant was felt so threatened by plaintiff, why didn't he leave?    So, defendant punched the plaintiff.  After the punch, defendant was removed from the game by the gym staff.    (This is a favorite case, everyone in it looks adorable.   No comment on the punching out part though, that’s absurd).

Plaintiff receives medical bills $3,000. 

Second-

You’re Not Entitled to $5,000 (2020)-Plaintiff John Progner suing mechanic Miguel Ramos over repair of a 35-year-old RV, a 1985 Toyota Camper (I think camper means RV, not a fifth wheel or travel trailer/camper).  Plaintiff paid $2500 for Camper/RV when it was 15 years, old (2000), and had defendant fix the rusted-out body, for $5,000.     Plaintiff claims he paid $4500 to defendant.      Plaintiff also paid $1,000 to $1500 for other repairs.    Plaintiff wants the money to fix his brakes, but defendant was only paid to fix the body, not the brakes.   Plaintiff Progner is a PITA, and simply won't shut up.    

The RV was totally flooring was rusted out, and the roof had big issues.    I suspect there was a lot more damage than even $5,000 could begin to fix.   If plaintiff says "Judge Judy" one more time, I'm going to scream.   

Camper looks great after defendant's work.  

Plaintiff case dismissed. 

Daycare Disaster (older anywhere from 2012 to 2014)-Plaintiff Angella Scott suing defendant Stacey Hastis, for non-payment of daycare bills for two children for three days.   As always, defendant claims care was inadequate, and so she left her children there anyway?    If defendant really had concerns, why would she bring the children back?    She had the children there for the 15th, and 16th, and brought them back on the 30th. 

On the 16th, defendant claims her mother went to pick her children up, and plaintiff gave the wrong 5-year-old to the grandmother.   The defendant brought her children back on the 30th, and that was the last day at daycare.   Oh no!  The Ate the Steak story again.  (this is old enough that JJ doesn't know a tablet is an iPad).  

Plaintiff receives $77.25 for the daycare bills.

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7 hours ago, CrazyInAlabama said:

Defendant doesn't have receipts for repairs.  There is some floor damage, and some baseboard trim damages, (JJ’s tip to homeowners is that you could fix the trim and drywall holes with wood filler, then a file or sandpaper, and paint the small place you repaired).

WOOD FILLA!  WOOD FILLA!  The next time anyone has baseboard damage, call (retired) Judge Judy and ask her to bring her WOOD FILLA and her knee pads!

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4 hours ago, Back Atcha said:

WOOD FILLA!  WOOD FILLA!  The next time anyone has baseboard damage, call (retired) Judge Judy and ask her to bring her WOOD FILLA and her knee pads!

Definitely not one of JJ's finer moments.  But hey, we don't want the landlord to get whole because she just might make a profit when it comes time to sell the house.

 

 

14 hours ago, springtime said:

Daycare $5.50 an hour for two children?😳Not in New England. High school  aged sitters make 3xs that rate!

You can bet I'd be taking a nap if that's all I charged for kid sitting.

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6 hours ago, parrotfeathers said:
10 hours ago, Back Atcha said:

WOOD FILLA!  WOOD FILLA!  The next time anyone has baseboard damage, call (retired) Judge Judy and ask her to bring her WOOD FILLA and her knee pads!

Definitely not one of JJ's finer moments.  But hey, we don't want the landlord to get whole because she just might make a profit when it comes time to sell the house.

Can you IMAGINE if those people had rented one of Judy's houses?  She would have given them the electric chair ... AFTER she took $5,000 from them.

 

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On 7/17/2021 at 1:25 PM, Back Atcha said:

WOOD FILLA!  WOOD FILLA! 

God, that was irritating. What did she have against that landlord? That looked like legit damage. 

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4 p.m. episodes-

First (2018)-

Short Love, Long Loan! -Plaintiff Bradley Samavati suing defendant, Karissa David for a maintenance on her car, a Purple mattress, and a PS4.   After their second date, plaintiff agreed to sign for the used car for defendant.    Plaintiff paid for maintenance on the used car for defendant. Defendant also used his credit card on her Amazon account to buy a mattress, but defendant claims plaintiff agreed for her to buy the mattress on his account. 

Plaintiff is a juice squeezer, and defendant is a waitress, and their relationship only lasted a month.    PS4 purchase was cancelled. Plaintiff lives at home with his mother, and brother.   So mattress was for defendant's apartment.  As JJ points out, he had a Purple mattress, but she couldn't sleep over at his mother's place, and she wanted a Purple mattress, so she used his credit on Amazon to get her mattress. 

$362 to plaintiff. 

Videographer in the Ex-Lover Hot Seat?! -Plaintiff Bree Martin suing defendant/her ex (they were involved over 10 years ago, for a short time), Adrian Mack for video footage for her blog.  Defendant is married, and has four kids.   Plaintiff claims the video and editing was free, but defendant says he was to film for free, but be paid for editing.   Defendant is married (for 4 months), and has four kids who do not live with the couple, the kids are by a previous marriage. He drives trucks for a living, and does video on the side. 

Defendant says she paid for his air fare, but nothing else, and refused to pay him for editing the video.    Plaintiff says defendant spent four days filming her for some blog, and when she refused to pay him for editing, he refused to give her the video footage, or edited product.   Plaintiff claimed that defendant was doing her a favor, but wants to be repaid for the airline ticket for him to come to her location, and for his footage cost.   

JJ tells defendant to send the video footage to plaintiff, and plaintiff gets no money.  JJ says defendant was supposed to get paid for editing the footage, but didn't edit it.   However, JJ advises defendant to copyright the footage, and then plaintiff can't use any of it without paying for the rights to defendant.  

Plaintiff gets the raw footage from defendant within five days, and if she wants to use the footage, she will have to pay defendant. 

Second (2018)-

Hospital Cat Fight Mayhem! -Plaintiff suing Michelee Taylor suing defendant cousin Amanda Kidd.  Defendant was legal guardian to her father, uncle of plaintiff, and plaintiff came with her mother and sister, to visit the defendant's father.   Defendant was already legal guardian and later POA, for her father when plaintiff, and her relatives stomped into the patient's father's room to visit.   

Plaintiff's mother wanted to talk to the doctor about the brother's condition (not legal under HIPAA without the patient’s or their designated representative authorization).       Plaintiff got a fractured finger in the melee.    Plaintiff claims her sister cursed at the defendant, and defendant kicked at sister, and then plaintiff's mother grabbed the defendant's leg.   The fight was all in the patient's room, and the doctor was there too.    Plaintiff claims the defendant hit her, and then plaintiff and sister were dragged out of the room, but mother and defendant were still in the patient's room.     

Defendant says the plaintiff and the rest of her coven wanted information about the father, and father had told the defendant what he wanted the plaintiff, and others to know about his condition.   Defendant says there were two undercover security people in the room, and that is who dragged the plaintiff, and sister out.    Medical records are submitted by defendant, and all were paid by her insurance.   JJ doesn't want to see plaintiff's medical records and bill, because she was the aggressor, with her sister and mother. 

Defendant is an elementary school teacher.     Plaintiff claims there is proof the defendant attacked her first, but it's just social media postings.   Defendant says she drop kicked the sister to the floor, and I would like to have defendant on my side in a fight.  Plaintiff is whining because the defendant swore out warrants against her, mother, and sister.   

Plaintiff's case dismissed.  

(The first time this was on there was a great deal of speculation that the defendant drop kicking the patient’s sister, mother, and other relatives, was also on video, and widely circulated online.  The drop-kicker/defendant in the video is an elementary school teacher, and packs a hell of a punch.)

It’s Not My Fault! -Plaintiff/former tenant Sabrina Gubik suing defendant /former landlord Andrew Cajas for return of rent, ($421) because she had paid for the month, but defendant and family moved out.  The plaintiff, and defendant and family all lived in the same apartment.  

 Plaintiff claims she was accused of theft, and forced to move out, and wants the return of her rent for that month.    Defendant says plaintiff, and a few friends were in the apartment, and at some point defendant's brother's glasses disappeared.    

Defendant says since both litigants paid for the month, that plaintiff could stay in the apartment for the month.    Defendant and family moved to a larger apartment, two doors down.   

Defendant's counter suit dismissed.   There is no proof of who stole the brother's glasses.

$421 to plaintiff.  

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This is bizarre, they’re advertising the new case at 5 p.m. as the case from last week with the chopped off hairpiece leaving a bald spot.   This is at least the third time in the last hour they ran the wrong promo.  

5 p.m. episodes-

First (2020)-

New Girlfriend to the Rescue-Plaintiff Samantha Dillon suing temporary boyfriend Jacob Sander  over unpaid loans, to get his kids out of foster care.    Defendant not only lied about trying to get his kids out of foster care in Texas, and also claimed his mother was fighting cancer for the eighth time.    The litigants met on an online dating site, and met in person in November.   

First loan was on the first day they met in person, to get his car out of repo, for $400.     Next 'gift' is claimed to be for his children, to get them out of foster care, and was $800.    (I would love if Officer Byrd would rip that ear piercing out of defendant's ear).  In the defendant's sworn answer, he swore that the loan/gift was for his mother's cancer bills, and defendant said the mother was fighting cancer for the eighth time.   

Statement also says he needed money for his two kids, who live with their mother in Minnesota.  The kids are not in foster care in Minnesota or Texas. 

Plaintiff says another loan was for his mother's funeral bills (Bet mom wasn't too happy about being buried alive, defendant's mom is still alive, and JJ staff will notify her when the show airs, so she can enjoy her son's lies).       

Defendants two kids are with their mother in Minnesota, but he said they were in foster care in Texas, and that the kid's mother had overdosed.  Plaintiff has the text message from defendant saying he needed to get his car fixed, and he needed to fly to Texas to get his two children out of foster care. 

JJ already hates defendant, who is an obvious grifter.    Actually, I've seen this at least twice before, and I hate the defendant and his lies.  

$1200 to plaintiff for the two loans.

Man Sues Teenage Brawlers!-Plaintiff Paul McGlynn suing over defendants Carson Cole and Tyler Paxton (both 19 years-old) having a brawl at his home over the holiday break.    On New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, son was off of work, so he decided to have a party while parents, and siblings were gone.   

Plaintiff son is 19, and father calls him an adult.    Plaintiff claims the two defendants were involved in the brawl, and dented his car (bet neighbors of plaintiff are very unhappy with him).     Plaintiff's son little party ended up being a party for 150 people, and lots of underage drinking, which doesn't seem to bother the plaintiff's father.      Then a brawl started outside, and plaintiff's car was damaged, and JJ says useless son will pay for the damages.  Plaintiff father says nothing was his fault, or his idiot son.  Son told his parents he was going to have 30 people over. 

As JJ says if any of those 150 underage drinkers left that home, and was killed, or killed others, then plaintiff would be sued, and he would lose.  (Too bad the neighbors didn't call the police about the huge party, and the fighting drunks). 

JJ's older teenagers had a party when she was away from home, and two party goers took one of the neighbor's dinghies tied up at the dock, and floated out to sea (from City Island NYC).   I'm assuming someone had to rescue the fools too.   The owners of the dinghy's were very angry, and JJ had to pay for the dinghies.   

Case dismissed.  (Idiot plaintiff is still claiming it was the defendants' fault).  

Second (2020)-

Woman Fights for Antique Appliances!-Plaintiff  Brandi Brown  suing former roommates Jeremy Stith, his brother  Jerrod Stith, and Riley Dahlson,  for appliances, damages and unpaid utility bills.   The four were living in the house (plaintiff lived there for seven years,) and two nephews moved into the house, with the friend (with pink hair).   (What is going on with the plaintiff's hair?).       (House was rented by plaintiff for seven years, and owned by her ex-mother-in-law, when her ex-MIL died, the ex-husband inherited the house in 2016).      Two defendants still live in the house, one Stith brother moved out. 

All three defendants signed a lease with the property management company, after plaintiff remarried and moved out.  When plaintiff moved out (in 2017), appliances (washer/dryer, stove, microwave, air conditioner, fridge, etc.) were left behind for plaintiff's son to use.    When plaintiff's son moved out, the other three signed a lease with the property management company.  

Plaintiff will pick up refrigerator (27 years old), stove (25 years old), washer/dryer (newly purchased), within five days.   There are no receipts for other items.  Utility bills for a week in May 2019, are owed total is $80, and $54 equaling $134.00      

(My guess is that plaintiff bought used appliances, and that's why the appliance ages, and when plaintiff purchased them, don't match.   Plaintiff still thinks they’ll survive being transported by whoever she gets to pick them up for her).

Plaintiff has five days to pick up appliances, and $134.00.  (However, if plaintiff doesn't pick the appliances up in five days, then the defendants can consider the appliances abandoned, and either keep them or trash them). 

Pizza, Cameras, and a Surprise Trip-Plaintiff Latisha Latin suing ex-husband Alan Alvarez   for unauthorized credit card charges, divorced in 2018, but rekindled their relationship.      Plaintiff gave defendant a Discover card in her name, and defendant wasn't an authorized user, but used it to pay tuition for defendant.    They eat out a lot, and whine about who ate what.     Defendant says the verbal agreement was he would make payments on the bill whenever he could, of course JJ doesn't believe him (and neither do any of us).  

Plaintiff claims she never used the card, but blames everything on defendant.    Plaintiff doesn't know Rome and Italy are a city in the country of Italy.    

JJ send the litigants out in the hallway to figure out what defendant owes, minus the meals at every place in town.   Plaintiff claims the food bill (one of them) was when she was on a cruise.   Plaintiff did not return the plane tickets.

$1280 for plaintiff, and told to return the tickets. 

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On 7/7/2021 at 7:36 PM, Back Atcha said:

Can you IMAGINE if a plaintiff/defendant said that to her in court ???

 

They'd get the Byrd Boot for sure!

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