Judge Faith – You Cheated Me Out of My Money; Laptop Catfight (Season 1: Episode #133)

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ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON JUDGE FAITH, THESE NEW LANDLORDS ARE LOOSE ABOUT A LEASE. JENOVIS: I’VE CHANGED THE LEASE, AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE LEASE WHERE I SCRATCHED JULY OUT. JUDGE: YOU COULD HAVE WROTE THIS YESTERDAY AND BROUGHT IT TO COURT. ANNOUNCER: BUT THE TENANTS INSIST ON THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW. LATISHA: SHE HAD A FEW THINGS THAT WAS WRONG AND THE FIRST THING I NOTICED WAS THE DATE WAS WRONG. BRYAN: AND SO SHE LIKE, “WELL, I DON’T–SHE LIKE, “WELL, I DON’T HAVE A RECEIPT.” I SAID, “WELL, WE STOPPED AND WE BOUGHT A RECEIPT, BOOKED THE DATE, AND HERE YOU GO.” YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? ANNOUNCER: AND JUDGE FAITH MUST KEEP THE PEACE. JUDGE: YOU NEVER WROTE THIS? JENOVIS: NO, I NEVER WROTE THAT. BRYAN: AND MA’AM? MA’AM? LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST, PLEASE. BRYAN: POLYGRAPH. LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST. BRYAN: THAT’S ALL WE WANT. JENOVIS: NO. JUDGE: DID YOU WRITE A RECEIPT TO HIM? JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: OKAY. AND DID YOU PUT THE DATE WAS JULY 2ND? JENOVIS: I PUT JULY 2ND, YES. JUDGE: OKAY. SO, SO FAR, WE’RE GOOD. ANNOUNCER: FAITH JENKINS. HER DISTINGUISHED LEGAL CAREER BEGAN WHEN SHE GRADUATED FIRST IN HER LAW SCHOOL CLASS. SHE QUICKLY BECAME A TOUGH NEW YORK CITY PROSECUTOR AND THEN A PREEMINENT LEGAL ANALYST ON CABLE NEWS. AND NOW, SHE’S THE JUDGE IN HER OWN COURTROOM. HER CASES ARE REAL AND HER RULINGS ARE FINAL. SHE IS JUDGE FAITH. PLAINTIFF LATISHA MOSLEY SAYS SHE WANTED TO RENT IN A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD. BUT WHEN THE LEASE FELL THROUGH, SHE WAS SWINDLED OUT OF THE DEPOSIT. SHE’S SUING FOR $2,500 FOR A REFUND PLUS LABOR. SHE IS JOINED BY HER EX-BOYFRIEND, BRYAN WOULARD. DEFENDANT JENOVIS KING CLAIMS THE PLAINTIFF TRIED TO MOVE IN WITHOUT PAYING RENT AND THEN THREATENED HER. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR $800 FOR SUPPLIES AND HARASSMENT. SHE IS JOINED IN COURT BY HER HUSBAND, GREGORY RICE. BARBARA: REMAIN SEATED AND COME TO ORDER. COURT IS NOW IN SESSION, THE HONORABLE JUDGE FAITH JENKINS PRESIDING. BARBARA: YOUR HONOR, IN THIS CASE WE HAVE MOSLEY VERSUS KING. JUDGE: THANK YOU, BARBARA. BARBARA: MM-HMM. JUDGE: LATISHA MOSLEY. LATISHA: YES, MA’AM? JUDGE: YOU ARE SUING THE DEFENDANT, JENOVIS KING… JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: FOR $2,500, 1,000 OF THAT IS A SECURITY DEPOSIT YOU SAY SHE FAILED TO REPAY YOU? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: AND $1,500 FOR LABOR FOR CLEANING THE DEFENDANT’S HOUSE? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: AND YOU HAVE A COUNTERSUIT, MA’AM, FOR $800 FOR SUPPLIES AND HARASSMENT? JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: OKAY. AND I UNDERSTAND BOTH OF YOU HAVE WITNESSES WITH YOU TODAY. YOU ARE MR. BRYAN WOULARD? BRYAN: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: AND YOU ARE GREGORY RICE? GREGORY: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: THE DEFENDANT’S HUSBAND? GREGORY: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OKAY. WE’LL START WITH YOU, MS. MOSLEY. TELL ME HOW YOU KNOW THE DEFENDANT AND WHAT HAPPENED HERE? LATISHA: OKAY. WELL, I’M A HAIR STYLIST AND I’M ALSO A RECORDING ARTIST THAT RAPS AND SINGS. MY EX-BOYFRIEND, BRYAN WOULARD, BROUGHT OVER MR. RICE, WHICH IS HER HUSBAND, AND HE ASKED ME TO DO HER HAIR. SO AT FIRST… JUDGE: SO HE’S YOUR–HE’S YOUR EX-BOYFRIEND? LATISHA: YES. JUDGE: BUT AT THE TIME, HE WAS YOUR CURRENT BOYFRIEND? LATISHA: YES. JUDGE: OKAY. AND YOU ARE A RAPPER AND HAIR STYLIST? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: WHERE ARE YOU BASED? LATISHA: I’M IN ATLANTA. JUDGE: OKAY. HAVE YOU RECORDED OR PERFORMED AT ANY PLACE? LATISHA: YES, I’VE BEEN PERFORMING IN A LOT OF PLACES. I ALSO HAVE A SONG THAT’S OUT ON A HOT SINGLE. IT’S ON A FEW RADIO STATIONS DOWN IN THE 229 AREA AND ALSO ON INTERNET RADIO. JUDGE: OKAY. ALL RIGHT. YOU KNOW MS. KING AS A HAIR STYLIST? LATISHA: I DID HER HAIR PROBABLY LIKE TWO TIMES OR THREE TIMES. AND THE LAST TIME THAT I DID HER HAIR WAS LIKE JUNE THE 30TH AND THAT’S WHEN SHE TOLD ME THAT SHE HAD A HOUSE THAT WAS FOR RENT, DID I KNOW ANYBODY THAT WOULD BE INTERESTED IN TRYING TO GET THE HOUSE. AND I WAS LIKE, “HOW MANY BEDROOMS?” SHE WAS LIKE “IT’S A FOUR.” I THINK IT WAS TWO AND A HALF OR EITHER THREE BATHROOMS. SO I TOLD HER I MIGHT BE INTERESTED, BUT I NEEDED TO GIVE LIKE A NOTICE FROM MY LANDLORD I WAS CURRENTLY RENTING FROM. I DROVE TO THE HOUSE, I LIKED THE HOUSE. IT WAS A LITTLE BIGGER THAN THE HOUSE THAT I WAS LIVING IN AND IT WAS IN A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD, WHICH I WAS TRYING TO MOVE IN A BIGGER PLACE THAT WAS BETTER FOR MY KIDS. JUDGE: IS THIS A HOUSE THAT YOU OWN, MA’AM? JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: HOW LONG HAVE YOU OWNED THE HOME? JENOVIS: TEN YEARS. JUDGE: AND CAN YOU TELL ME A LITTLE BIT ABOUT IT? JENOVIS: YES, IT’S THREE LEVELS, IT’S FOUR BEDROOMS, AND IT’S THREE BATHROOMS. JUDGE: HAVE YOU RENTED THE HOUSE BEFORE? JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: FOR HOW LONG? JENOVIS: TWO YEARS. JUDGE: HOW MUCH DO YOU NORMALLY CHARGE FOR RENT? JENOVIS: A THOUSAND. JUDGE: OKAY. OKAY, SO YOU DRIVE OVER, YOU SEE THE HOUSE. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? LATISHA: OKAY. SO LIKE I SAID, SHE SAID THAT–OKAY. I LEAVE AND THEN SHE TELL ME, “WELL, IF YOU COULD BRING ME BACK $500 DEPOSIT, I’LL KEEP THE HOUSE FOR YOU.” JUDGE: WHAT IS THE AGREEMENT IN TERMS OF THE AMOUNT OF RENT YOU WOULD PAY STARTING AUGUST 1ST? LATISHA: IT’LL BE A THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE RENT. JUDGE: OKAY. AND AT THAT TIME, YOU ONLY GAVE HER $500… LATISHA: YES. JUDGE: FOR THE DEPOSIT? WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? LATISHA: AND THEN LATER ON, A FEW HOURS LATER, SHE CALLS BACK AND SHE SAID, “WELL, MY HUSBAND SAYS 500 ISN’T ENOUGH TO HOLD THIS HOUSE FOR 30 DAYS.” SO I WAS LIKE “OKAY.” SO THEN I CALLED BRYAN. I WAS LIKE, “WELL, WE NEED MORE MONEY BECAUSE I NEED TO GET THIS HOUSE.” I TEXTED HER THAT DAY… JUDGE: SO SHE CALLED YOU? BRYAN: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: AND WHAT DID SHE TELL YOU? BRYAN: SHE BASICALLY TOLD ME IT WAS A HOUSE THAT SHE WAS TRYING TO GET. AND SHE WANTED A BIGGER HOUSE AND SHE HAD WENT AND LOOKED AT THE HOUSE AND THE HOUSE WAS BIGGER. AND SO I WAS JUST LIKE, “OKAY. YOU KNOW, I’LL SEE WHAT I CAN DO.” AND LATER THAT AFTERNOON, I SPOKE WITH MR. RICE AND I–AND I ASKED HIM, YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, MAN TO MAN, I WAS JUST LIKE, “LOOK, IF YOU, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, COULD LET HER GET THE HOUSE, I’LL MAKE SURE YOU GET THE REST OF YOUR MONEY.” SO I WAS JUST LIKE, “WELL, I GIVE YOU MY WORD AS A MAN THAT, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, I’LL MAKE SURE I GET THE REST OF THE MONEY. YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? IF YOU COULD ALLOW HER–YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, IF YOU COULD HOLD THE HOUSE AND ALLOW HER TO GET THE HOUSE.” JUDGE: DID YOU EVENTUALLY GIVE MORE MONEY? LATISHA: THE VERY NEXT DAY I GAVE $500 AGAIN. JUDGE: SO YOU’VE PAID NOW A THOUSAND DOLLARS AND A SECURITY DEPOSIT. AND DO YOU ALL DISPUTE THAT? GREGORY: NO. JENOVIS: NO. JUDGE: OKAY. SO YOU AGREE THAT YOU INITIALLY ASKED FOR 500, MA’AM? JENOVIS: NO, I INITIALLY… GREGORY: NO. JENOVIS: ASKED FOR A THOUSAND. GREGORY: UH-HUH. JENOVIS: SHE DIDN’T HAVE THE WHOLE THOUSAND. SHE ONLY HAD 500. AND THEN I SAID, “WELL, YOU KNOW, I CAN’T HOLD THE HOUSE FOR JUST $500. THIS IS A BIG HOUSE. I CAN’T HOLD IT FOR THAT LONG.” AND THEN SHE SAYS “OKAY. I WANT TO SCRAMBLE. I’LL GET IT.” SO SHE TEXTED ME, SHE SAID “I GOT YOUR OTHER 500.” LATISHA: YOUR HONOR, CAN I SAY SOMETHING? I HAVE ON A TEXT THAT CAME FROM ME TO HER. “HEY, I GOT ANOTHER FIVE FOR YOU.” THIS IS SAYING JULY THE 1ST BECAUSE JULY THE 1ST WAS WHEN I FIRST GAVE HER… JUDGE: MAY I SEE THE TEXT MESSAGE? BECAUSE YOU’RE SAYING THAT THEY ONLY ASKED YOU FOR 500 AND CAME BACK AND ASKED YOU FOR ANOTHER 500 LATER. LATISHA: YES. I GAVE HER THAT AND TOLD HER I HAVE ANOTHER FIVE FOR HER. JUDGE: OKAY. SO, BASED ON THE TEXT MESSAGES YOU SUBMITTED, IT’S CLEAR THAT YOU GAVE ANOTHER $500 ON A DIFFERENT DATE. LATISHA: MM-HMM. JUDGE: WHAT’S NOT CLEAR IS WHAT THE ORIGINAL AGREEMENT WAS IN THE VERY BEGINNING, WHETHER SHE ASKED YOU TO PAY $1,000 IN THE VERY BEGINNING OR WHETHER SHE ASKED YOU TO PAY JUST 500. ANNOUNCER: COMING UP, JUDGE FAITH STRUGGLES TO KNOW WHAT THE WITNESS IS SAYING. BRYAN: I SAY “WELL, I WILL GIVE YOU, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, THE EXTRA MONEY, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, FOR YOU TO HOLD THIS.” YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? SO I POLITELY, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, GOT THE RECEIPT AND PUT IT IN MY WALLET, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? SO I, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? LATISHA: AND THEN ALSO AT THAT TIME… JUDGE: I KNOW WHAT YOU’RE SAYING. I KNOW WHAT YOU’RE SAYING. ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF LATISHA MOSLEY SAYS SHE WAS SWINDLED OUT OF THE DEPOSIT ON A LEASE. SHE’S SUING FOR A REFUND PLUS LABOR EXPENSES. DEFENDANT JENOVIS KING CLAIMS THE PLAINTIFF TRIED TO MOVE IN WITHOUT PAYING RENT. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR SUPPLIES AND HARASSMENT. JUDGE: YOU’VE GIVEN A THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR A SECURITY DEPOSIT? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. WAS… BRYAN: CAN I SAY SOMETHING? JUDGE: YES. BRYAN: OKAY. LIKE WE SAID, IT WAS 500. AND WHEN I SPOKE WITH HIM AND HE SAID THE 500 WASN’T ENOUGH, I SAY “WELL, I’LL GIVE YOU, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, THE EXTRA MONEY, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, FOR YOU TO HOLD THIS.” YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? JUDGE: RIGHT. BRYAN: SO, THE OTHER 500 WAS JUST IN GOOD FAITH TO GIVE TO HIM. LATISHA: SHE HANDS ME THE LEASE. ON THE TOP OF THE LEASE, SHE HAS JULY THE 1ST. AND I’M LIKE, “WHY DO YOU HAVE JULY THE 1ST WHEN WE’RE NOT MOVING IN UNTIL AUGUST?” JUDGE: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SHE… LATISHA: HER? JUDGE: ACTUALLY MEETS WITH YOU ABOUT THE LEASE? JENOVIS: OKAY. I MET THEM AT MY HOUSE AND THE–THEY GAVE ME THE $1,000 DEPOSIT EARLIER THAT MONTH… JUDGE: MM-HMM. JENOVIS: IN JULY. AND SO THEY DIDN’T LIKE–THEY KEPT SAYING THEY’RE ONLY GOING TO PAY ME 500 IN AUGUST. I SAY “YOU’RE NOT GOING–I GUESS YOU’RE NOT GOING TO MOVE IN BECAUSE YOU’RE NOT GOING TO PAY ME $500.” LATISHA: NO, YOUR HONOR. NO, YOUR HONOR. THAT’S NOT CORRECT. JUDGE: OKAY, WHAT ARE YOU SAYING? WHY DO YOU SAY THAT? LATISHA: THAT’S NOT CORRECT. THAT IS NOT WHAT HAPPENED. BRYAN: MA’AM? JUDGE: WELL, IT WAS KIND OF WHAT YOU JUST TOLD ME IN COURT THOUGH. BRYAN: OKAY. MA’AM? LATISHA: OKAY. WHEN WE LOOKED AT THE LEASE, WHEN I WAS LOOKING AT THE LEASE, SHE HAD A FEW THINGS THAT WAS WRONG AND THE FIRST THING THAT I NOTICED WAS THE DATE WAS WRONG. SHE SAID THAT IT’S NOT WRITTEN IN STONE. THEN SHE DID STILL HAVE SOMETHING ON THERE ABOUT IF SOMETHING HAPPENS AND… JUDGE: BUT THEN THE DATE WAS CORRECTED TO AUGUST 1ST, RIGHT? LATISHA: NO. JENOVIS: YES. BRYAN: WE NEVER SEEN IT. LATISHA: SHE DIDN’T CORRECT IT AT THAT TIME. BRYAN: WE NEVER SEEN IT. JUDGE: THESE TEXT MESSAGES ABOUT THE SECURITY DEPOSIT AND WHEN THEY’RE PAYING THE SECURITY DEPOSIT START ON JULY 2ND. HOW ARE YOU NOW TELLING ME YOU THOUGHT THEY WERE GOING TO MOVE IN TO THAT HOME ON JULY 1ST? JENOVIS: I ORIGINALLY THOUGHT THEY WERE MOVING IN THE MONTH OF JULY. GREGORY: RIGHT. JENOVIS: SO THEN WHEN THEY–I REALIZED THEY WERE NOT, I CHANGED THE LEASE, AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE LEASE WHERE I SCRATCHED JULY OUT AND PUT IN AUGUST. JUDGE: NO. NO, NO, NO. HERE’S WHAT I SEE THAT YOU DID ON THE LEASE. JENOVIS: MM-HMM. MM-HMM. JUDGE: AUGUST 1ST IS THE FIRST DATE YOU WROTE ON THE LEASE. YOU DON’T SCRATCH THROUGH THAT. THAT’S NOT THE DATE THAT’S SCRATCHED THROUGH. ABOVE AUGUST 1ST, AT SOME POINT YOU WRITE JULY 1ST. THAT’S THE DATE THAT’S SCRATCHED THROUGH, BUT IT IS CLEAR TO ME FROM LOOKING AT THIS LEASE AUGUST 1ST WAS THE FIRST DATE YOU WROTE ON THE LEASE. IT WAS NOT JULY 1ST, WHICH IS WRITTEN ABOVE AUGUST 1ST. THIS IS LEADING ME TO BELIEVE THAT YOU WENT BACK FOR WHATEVER REASON AND TRIED TO BACK DATE THE LEASE TO JULY 1ST. GREGORY: NO. NO. JENOVIS: NO, I DID NOT. BRYAN: YES, YOU DID. JENOVIS: NO, I DID NOT. LATISHA: AND CAN I… JUDGE: WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY? BRYAN: YES, YOU DID. JENOVIS: NO, I DID NOT. BRYAN: YES, YOU DID. JENOVIS: NO, I DID NOT. BRYAN: YES, YOU DID. JUDGE: WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY, SIR? WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY? BRYAN: MA’AM? JUDGE: YES? LATISHA: LET ME SAY WHAT I WANT TO SAY FIRST, PLEASE? I’M SORRY. JUDGE: GO AHEAD. LATISHA: IF YOU LOOK BACK ON THE TEXTS TOO, FOR HER TO STAY HERE AND SAY SHE THOUGHT I WAS MOVING IN, AND SHE DIDN’T WRITE A LEASE UNTIL LATER ON JULY 16TH, IT SAYS WE’RE–LOOK AT THE DATE. THAT SAYS JULY 16TH. IT SAID, “I’M MAKING THE LEASE FOR YOU RIGHT NOW. HOW DO YOU SPELL YOUR BOYFRIEND’S NAME?” THAT WAS ON JULY THE 16TH. JUDGE: THAT’S WHAT THE TEXT–YOU’RE–ARE YOU COOKIE? LATISHA: I’M COOKIE. SHE WROTE THAT… JENOVIS: NO, SHE’S COOKIE. GREGORY: MM-HMM. LATISHA: I’M COOKIE. JENOVIS: YEAH. JUDGE: OKAY. YOU’RE COOKIE, THAT’S YOUR… LATISHA: I’M COOKIE. JUDGE: IS THAT YOUR RAP NAME? BRYAN: MA’AM? LATISHA: COOKIE [INDISTINCT] COOKIE, YES. JUDGE: IS THAT YOUR RAP NAME? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OKAY. BRYAN: AND, MA’AM, THE LEASE–AND, MA’AM. JUDGE: SO YOU WRITE TO COOKIE THAT YOU’RE MAKING OUT THE LEASE NOW AND THIS IS JULY 16TH, 2014. LATISHA: YES, EXACTLY. JENOVIS: YES, I MADE OUT THE LEASE AND I JUST SAID “I MADE–I MADE OUT THE LEASE.” JUDGE: IN THE MIDDLE OF JULY, YOU’RE MAKING OUT THE LEASE WITH THE EXPECTATION THEY’RE MOVING IN AUGUST 1ST, RIGHT? JENOVIS: NO. GREGORY: IF I CAN SAY… LATISHA: I’M JUST–YOU JUST–YOU SAID YOU THOUGHT I WAS MOVING IN ON JULY. GREGORY: WE DID A LOT OF VERBAL… BRYAN: GIVE IT UP, MAN. JENOVIS: WE DID A LOT OF VERBAL STUFF. GREGORY: WE DID A LOT OF VERBAL STUFF. JUDGE: YOU’VE BEEN A LANDLORD FOR HOW MANY YEARS? JENOVIS: TWO YEARS. GREGORY: TWO YEARS. RIGHT. JUDGE: TWO YEARS? OKAY. SO YOU UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING YOUR DOCUMENTATION… GREGORY: TRUE, YEAH. JUDGE: AND YOUR DATES AND THE MONEY AND EVERYTHING WRITTEN DOWN, CORRECT? JENOVIS: BUT WE ARE STILL NEW AT IT. GREGORY: YEAH. JENOVIS: WE’RE NOT LIKE… JUDGE: IT DOESN’T–NO BECAUSE IT DOESN’T TAKE A ROCKET SCIENTIST TO UNDERSTAND THAT IF SOMEONE’S MOVING INTO YOUR HOME, YOU NEED TO HAVE THE DATE AND HOW MUCH THEY’RE GOING TO PAY FOR RENT AND SECURITY DEPOSIT ESTABLISHED. JENOVIS: RIGHT. BRYAN: MA’AM? JUDGE: THOSE ARE THREE THINGS… JENOVIS: MM-HMM. JUDGE: THAT YOU HAVE TO HAVE… JENOVIS: RIGHT. JUDGE: CLEAR AND FROM THE VERY BEGINNING. JENOVIS: MM-HMM. BRYAN: AND MA’AM? JUDGE: GO AHEAD. BRYAN: AND THE WHOLE–THE WHOLE–THAT LEASE THAT YOU DO HAVE, THAT’S NOT THE SAME LEASE THAT THEY SHOWED US. THEY SAID THEY WILL BE COMING IN THE 5TH. THEY SAID WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR SEPTIC TANK BILL. AND THEY ALSO SAID AFTER TWELVE MONTHS OF LIVING THERE–I MEAN, AFTER SIX MONTHS OF LIVING THERE, WE’RE–THEY WOULD RAISE THE RENT TO A HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS. JUDGE: HAVE YOU SEEN THIS LEASE THAT I’M LOOKING AT? BRYAN: NO, I’VE NEVER SEEN THAT LEASE. JUDGE: HOW DO YOU KNOW? JENOVIS: YEAH, HOW DO YOU KNOW? BRYAN: BECAUSE I SEE YOU HOLDING IT UP AND I KNOW THAT’S NOT THE SAME LEASE. THERE WAS ONE PAPER. LATISHA: YEAH, SHE DID–THE LEASE SHE HAD WAS ONE PAPER. BRYAN: THERE WAS ONE PAPER. JUDGE: CAN YOU HAND THAT TO HIM? LATISHA: THE LEASE THAT SHE GAVE US THAT DAY TO LOOK AT WAS ONE LEASE–ONE PAPER. BRYAN: WE NEVER SEEN THIS PAPER. LATISHA: IT WASN’T TWO PAPERS. BRYAN: YEAH, WE NEVER SEEN THIS PAPER. JUDGE: OKAY. ALL RIGHT. BRYAN: YOU ALL AGREE? JUDGE: WHEN I LOOKED AT THIS DOCUMENT, THEIR SIGNATURE IS NOWHERE ON HERE. IT’S JUST YOUR SIGNATURE. JENOVIS: RIGHT. JUDGE: I DON’T KNOW WHEN YOU WROTE THIS. YOU COULD’VE WROTE THIS YESTERDAY AND BROUGHT IT TO COURT. GREGORY: YEAH, WE COULDN’T… BRYAN: THEY WOULD NEVER GIVE US THE RECEIPT. IT TOOK–IT TOOK THEM ALMOST A MONTH TO GIVE US THE RECEIPT. GREGORY: THAT’S NOT TRUE. JUDGE: WELL, TELL ME… LATISHA: YES, IT IS. JUDGE: HOW YOU GOT THIS RECEIPT THAT’S STATED JULY 2ND. LATISHA: THAT DAY WHEN WE… BRYAN: WE GOT THE RECEIPT ON THE 24TH WHEN WE CAME BACK FROM OUR TRIP. I SAY “LOOK, WE NEED OUR RECEIPT. WE’RE NOT SIGNING NO LEASE, WE’RE NOT DOING NOTHING BECAUSE YOU NEVER GAVE US OUR RECEIPT,” YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, AND NOTHING. AND SO SHE’S LIKE, WELL… GREGORY: THAT’S NOT… BRYAN: SHE LIKE, “WELL, I DON’T HAVE A RECEIPT.” I SAID, “WELL, WE STOPPED AND WE BOUGHT A RECEIPT, BOOKED THE DATE, AND HERE YOU GO.” YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? SO WE GOT OUR RECEIPT. JUDGE: THEY NEED A RECEIPT. LATISHA: AND THEN–AND THEN… BRYAN: AND SO SHE WROTE THE… JUDGE: THEY NEED A RECEIPT. LATISHA: AND THEN… BRYAN: AND THAT’S WHEN SHE WROTE THE RECEIPT UP AND WHEN SHE WROTE THE… GREGORY: YOUR HONOR, BRYAN: WHEN SHE WROTE THE RECEIPT UP, NOW–WHEN SHE WROTE THE RECEIPT UP… JUDGE: IT SAYS IT HERE. BRYAN: I POLITELY, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, GOT THE RECEIPT AND PUT IT IN MY WALLET. YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? SO, I–YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? LATISHA: AND ALSO AT THAT TIME– JUDGE: I KNOW WHAT YOU’RE SAYING. I KNOW WHAT YOU’RE SAYING. LATISHA: ALSO AT THAT TIME, BECAUSE WE DID ADDRESS THINGS THAT WAS WRONG ON THE LEASE, SHE WAS THE ONE THAT CAME OUT OF HER MOUTH AND SAID, “YOU KNOW, THIS HAS BEEN TOO MUCH HASSLE. I’M JUST GOING TO GIVE YOU GUYS YOUR MONEY BACK.” I GET A CALL BACK FROM HER SAYING, “WAIT A MINUTE. MY HUSBAND SAYS YOU’RE NOT ENTITLED TO GET ANY MONEY BACK. WE GOT TO BOTH BITE THE BULLET ON THIS OR WHATEVER BECAUSE I HAD TO HOLD THE HOUSE FOR YOU.” JUDGE: THIS RECEIPT IS THE ORIGINAL IN YOUR HANDWRITING. THIS IS YOUR HANDWRITING, MA’AM? JENOVIS: I HAVEN’T EVEN SEEN THAT RECEIPT. JUDGE: WELL, YOU REMEMBER WRITING IT, THOUGH, RIGHT? JENOVIS: OH, I REMEMBER WRITING A RECEIPT, YES. JUDGE: OKAY. TAKE A LOOK AT IT. BRYAN: SO HOW HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN IT? JUDGE: I WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THAT’S THE ONE. BRYAN: SO HOW HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN IT? JENOVIS: WELL, I DON’T KNOW WHAT–I MEAN… BRYAN: WAS YOUR EYES CLOSED? JENOVIS: IT’S NOT HANDED TO ME. NO. LATISHA: AND CAN I SAY ONE MORE THING, YOUR HONOR? BRYAN: THAT’S HER HANDWRITING. JUDGE: OH, YOU’RE SAYING YOU DIDN’T WRITE THIS? JENOVIS: NO, THAT’S NOT MY RECEIPT. BRYAN: THAT’S HER HANDWRITING. LATISHA: I BROUGHT THE RECEIPT. YOU WROTE THAT. JENOVIS: THAT’S NOT MY RECEIPT. LATISHA: YOU WROTE THAT. JUDGE: HOLD ON A SECOND. SO YOU’RE SAYING THAT THIS RECEIPT THAT THEY’VE HANDED TO ME IS FORGED? JENOVIS: EXACTLY. BRYAN: AND MA’AM? JUDGE: YOU NEVER WROTE THIS? JENOVIS: NO, NEVER WROTE THAT. LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST, PLEASE. BRYAN: POLYGRAPH. LET’S DO A POLYGRAPH. LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST. BRYAN: THAT’S ALL WE WANT. LATISHA: MAKE HER WRITE AGAIN. BRYAN: AND MA’AM–AND MA’AM, ON THAT DATE, I NOTICED THAT SHE DID TRY TO–YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? SHE WAS KIND OF REAL SLOPPY WITH THE HAND… LATISHA: AND THEN… BRYAN: WITH THE HANDWRITING. LATISHA: THAT’S HER HANDWRITING. BRYAN: AND THAT’S WHEN I MADE–THAT’S WHEN I MADE HER ITERATE THAT, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, THAT, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING, MAKE SURE YOU PUT WHAT DAY WE GAVE YOU THE MONEY. AND SO SHE TURNED AROUND AND SHE PUT THE 2ND ON THERE. JUDGE: SO LET ME ASK YOU SOMETHING, ON JULY 24TH, DID YOU WRITE A RECEIPT TO THEM? JENOVIS: YES. JUDGE: OKAY. AND DID YOU PUT THE DATE? IT WAS JULY 2ND? JENOVIS: I PUT JULY 2ND, YES. JUDGE: OKAY. SO, SO FAR, WE’RE GOOD. AND SO DID YOU PUT THAT THEY PAID… JENOVIS: BUT… JUDGE: DID YOU PUT THAT THEY PAID YOU A THOUSAND DOLLARS? JENOVIS: YES, I DID. GREGORY: BECAUSE OF THE TOTAL. JUDGE: THREE FOR THREE RIGHT NOW. JENOVIS: MM-HMM. JUDGE: AND THEN DID YOU PUT ON THE RECEIPT THAT DEPOSIT 500, PARTIAL RENT 500? JENOVIS: NO, THAT WOULDN’T MAKE SENSE. WHY WOULD I–NO. BRYAN: AND, MA’AM… LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST, PLEASE. BRYAN: POLYGRAPH. LET’S DO A POLYGRAPH. LATISHA: POLYGRAPH TEST. ANNOUNCER: COMING UP, INSIDE INFORMATION CLEARS UP THE TRUTH. JUDGE: WHEN DID SOMEONE ACTUALLY–THEY DIDN’T MOVE IN. WHEN DID YOU GET SOMEBODY TO MOVE INTO THE HOUSE? JENOVIS: WE DIDN’T GET ANYBODY TO MOVE IN UNTIL SEPTEMBER. JUDGE: WHY DID YOU SAY IT WAS AUGUST? LATISHA: BECAUSE WE KNOW SOMEBODY THERE THAT IS A FRIEND OF OURS. BRYAN: BECAUSE MY COUSIN IS THE FRIEND OF THE GUY THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE. LATISHA: AUGUST, SEPTEMBER… ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF LATISHA MOSLEY SAYS A LEASE WENT WRONG AND SHE WANTS THE DEPOSIT BACK. SHE’S SUING FOR A REFUND PLUS LABOR EXPENSES. DEFENDANT JENOVIS KING CLAIMS SHE LOST MONEY WHEN SHE RESERVED THE RENTAL HOUSE FOR THE PLAINTIFF. JUDGE: SO YOU SAY HE DRIVES UP TO YOU… GREGORY: RIGHT. I WAS GOING TO THE GAS STATION AND I GOT A PHONE CALL. MY PHONE RANG AND HE SAID, “YOU GOT MY MONEY?” I SAID, “YEAH, I GOT $500 FOR YOU.” HE PULLS UP. I THOUGHT HE WAS GOING TO RUN ME OVER. AND HE JUMPED OUT THE CAR. I SAID, “RIGHT NOW, I ONLY HAVE $300 IN MY POCKET.” SO I GAVE HIM $300. I DON’T HEAR ANY MENTION OF THAT. WHAT–THAT’S A LIE? LATISHA: YES, THAT’S A LIE. THAT’S A LIE. JUDGE: DID HE GIVE YOU $300, SIR? SIR? BRYAN: YES. JUDGE: SIR? BRYAN: MA’AM? JUDGE: WOULD YOU–I’M ASKING YOU A QUESTION. BRYAN: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: DID HE GIVE YOU $300 BACK? BRYAN: NO, MA’AM. JUDGE: YOU–HE NEVER GAVE YOU ANY MONEY BACK? BRYAN: NO, MA’AM. NO, MA’AM. JUDGE: OKAY. GO AHEAD. GO AHEAD, SIR. GREGORY: I WAS–THAT IS A–THAT’S A LIE. LATISHA: THAT’S SO HE CAN–HE’S JUST TRYING TO FRONT IN FRONT OF HIS WIFE. GREGORY: I WISH I COULD’VE HAD THE VIDEO… JENOVIS: WHY WOULD HE TRY–HE DON’T HAVE TO FRONT IN FRONT OF ME. LATISHA: BECAUSE… JENOVIS: I’M MARRIED TO HIM. LATISHA: HEY. THE REASON WHY I WANT TO BRING THAT UP… JUDGE: GO AHEAD, SIR. JENOVIS: SO WHY DOES HE HAVE TO FRONT IN FRONT OF ME? GREGORY: MA’AM, I’M AN UPRIGHT STANDING CITIZEN. I HAVE NO–I HAVE NO REASON TO LIE. I HAVE NO REASON TO FABRICATE ANYTHING. I WOULD TESTIFY. I WOULD TAKE A POLYGRAPH TEST. I GAVE BRYAN $300 IN FRONT OF COOKIE. AND MY SON WAS IN THE CAR. HE WAS WORRIED. HE DIDN’T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON. HE THOUGHT THAT I WAS GOING TO GET INTO A FIGHT OR ANYTHING. AND I TOLD HIM, “IT’S OKAY, STEVEN. I JUST OWE–WE OWE THESE PEOPLE SOME MONEY. I’M GOING TO GIVE THEM SOME MONEY.” AND THERE’S NO MENTION OF THAT. I WAS TRYING TO MAKE IT RIGHT BEFORE IT GOT INTO THE COURTS AND ALL THIS, AND THEY JUST TOOK IT TO ANOTHER LEVEL, MA’AM. JUDGE: OKAY, EXPLAIN THIS TO ME. EXPLAIN THIS TO ME. WHY DIDN’T YOU–SO, WE ARE NOW–YOU COME BACK FROM YOUR TRIP. LATISHA: MM-HMM. JUDGE: IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO MOVE IN, AND YOU GO, AND I KNOW THERE ARE SOME ISSUES WITH THE LEASE. DOES SHE TELL YOU THE RENT, THE MONTHLY RENT STARTING IN AUGUST WOULD BE $1,000? LATISHA: NO. WHAT SHE TRIED TO DO… GREGORY: YES, WE DID. JENOVIS: YES, WE DID. LATISHA: YOU WASN’T EVEN THERE, GREG. JUDGE: MA’AM? COOKIE. LATISHA: HOW CAN YOU SAY ANYTHING? JUDGE: SO YOU ANSWER TO COOKIE? LATISHA: YES, MA’AM. I’M SORRY. JUDGE: YOU’RE NOT USED TO PEOPLE CALLING YOU MS. MOSLEY? WHEN YOU WENT AND YOU HAD THE CONVERSATION ABOUT THE LEASE… LATISHA: MM-HMM. JUDGE: DID YOU HAVE AN UNDERSTANDING THAT THE RENT WOULD BE $1,000? LATISHA: I HAD AN UNDERSTANDING THAT THE RENT WAS GOING TO BE A THOUSAND DOLLARS… JUDGE: OKAY. MY QUESTION TO YOU IS… LATISHA: …BUT AT THAT TIME, SHE DIDN’T WANT TO RENT TO ME ANYMORE. JUDGE: OKAY. MY QUESTION… LATISHA: AND I TOLD HER IT WASN’T A PROBLEM. I–I’M SORRY, BUT I HAVE TO GET THIS OUT. AT THAT DAY, WHEN EVERYTHING WAS GOING ON AND THEN SHE WAS SAYING IT WAS CRAZY, I SAID AT THIS MOMENT–AND, JENOVIS, PLEASE, IN FRONT OF GOD, TELL THE TRUTH NOW. I SAT THERE AND SAID, “HOW CAN I RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM? LIKE, WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO?” BECAUSE IN THE–IN THE LONG RUN, REGARDLESS OF WHAT BRYAN SAYS OR GREG SAYS, I HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF MY FOUR KIDS AND I DO IT BY MYSELF. JUDGE: WHEN DID YOU–WHEN DID SOMEONE ACTUALLY MOVE–THEY DIDN’T MOVE IN. WHEN DID YOU GET SOMEBODY TO MOVE INTO THE HOUSE? JENOVIS: WE DIDN’T GET ANYBODY TO MOVE IN UNTIL SEPTEMBER. JUDGE: OH, OKAY. SO… LATISHA: OH, NO. AUGUST. JENOVIS: NO, ACTUALLY, IT WAS… LATISHA: AUGUST. GREGORY: OCTOBER. BRYAN: AUGUST. IT WAS AUGUST. JUDGE: WHY DO YOU SAY IT WAS AUGUST? BRYAN: BECAUSE MY COUSIN IS THE FRIEND… LATISHA: BECAUSE WE KNOW SOMEBODY THERE WHO’S A FRIEND OF OURS. BRYAN: OF THE GUY THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE. JENOVIS: AUGUST, SEPTEMBER. JUDGE: OKAY. BRYAN: YOU DIDN’T KNOW THAT, HUH? JENOVIS: IT WASN’T UNTIL… BRYAN: YOU DIDN’T KNOW THAT, HUH, GREG? JENOVIS: IT WASN’T UNTIL… JUDGE: SO, MY QUESTION TO YOU IS… GREGORY: YES, I DO. YES, I DO. I KNOW EVERYTHING. BRYAN: SO, HOW DO YOU… JUDGE: IF–SO IF YOU–IF THERE WAS AN AGREEMENT BECAUSE IT APPEARS AT THAT MOMENT ON THAT DAY, AT THAT MOMENT ON THAT DAY, WHEN SHE TELLS YOU, “I’M ONLY PAYING YOU $500…” GREGORY: [INDISTINCT] MM-HMM. JUDGE: AND I GET IT NOW. AND SHE TELLS YOU, “I’M ONLY PAYING $500.” THERE’S A MISUNDERSTANDING BECAUSE BASED ON THE PAPERWORK, IT APPEARS IT SHOULD BE 2,000. BUT BASED ON WHAT SHE THINKS… JENOVIS: THINKS. JUDGE: SHE’S BEEN TOLD IT’S 1,500. IT APPEARS ON THAT DAY, THERE WAS AN AGREEMENT YOU’D GIVE THEM THE MONEY BACK AND YOU’D GO YOUR SEPARATE WAYS. GREGORY: MM-HMM. YEAH. ANNOUNCER: AND NOW, JUDGE FAITH RULES. JUDGE: SO IN YOUR MIND, YOU THOUGHT, “I PAID $500 AND–AS A SECURITY DEPOSIT AND AN EXTRA $500 TOWARDS RENT TO HOLD THE PROPERTY.” AND IN THEIR MINDS YOU PAID $1,000 FOR A SECURITY DEPOSIT AND YOU STILL OWED A THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR AUGUST RENT. THAT’S WHERE THE MISUNDERSTANDING HAPPENED. YOU UNDERSTAND? BRYAN: OKAY. JUDGE: YOU OWE THEM THEIR SECURITY DEPOSIT BACK, MINUS THE $300 I BELIEVE YOU GAVE HIM. I BELIEVE YOU TOLD THE TRUTH WHEN YOU SAID THAT. BECAUSE I BELIEVE AT THE END OF THE DAY, THERE WAS AN AGREEMENT THAT IT WASN’T GOING TO WORK OUT FOR BOTH OF YOU. SO I’M ORDERING YOU TO PAY BACK $700 FOR THE SECURITY DEPOSIT, IN ADDITION TO COURT COST. YOUR COUNTER CLAIM IS DISMISSED, JUDGMENT FOR THE PLAINTIFF. BRYAN: WOO. [APPLAUSE] GREGORY: UH-HUH. [CHUCKLING] BARBARA: OKAY. GO AHEAD AND WAIT HERE FOR ONE MINUTE. THANK YOU, FOLKS. GO AHEAD AND HEAD ON OUT. THANK YOU. GO AHEAD AND HEAD OUT. ANNOUNCER: IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS A DISPUTE, DON’T TAKE THE LAW INTO YOUR OWN HANDS. LET JUDGE FAITH RULE ON IT FOR YOU. TO SUBMIT YOUR CASE, GO TO JUDGEFAITH.COM AND TELL US YOUR STORY. SEE YOU IN COURT.

 

100 Responses

  1. Faith Valentine

    October 8, 2018 11:19 pm

    Ayy that song by Latisha Mosley was lit asf tho🤘🔥😂nah im just playin i aint never heard of this woman💀

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  2. Princess Kayy

    October 20, 2018 11:50 pm

    I feel like the Plaintiffs are extremely honest. They thought they were too ignorant to understand what’s going on based on appearance and speech. But they were smarter than expected

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  3. Kripa George

    November 9, 2018 10:12 pm

    Judge Faith….love u. But u make hasty decisions and are easily influenced by people's appearance in court (even if they r faking it). This was a hasty decision as well. Y didnt u even ask Rice …why he gave the 300 all of a sudden …why was it witheld?
    This is very bad, judge.

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  4. Don't forget to drink your cyanide

    November 13, 2018 1:51 am

    I think there's a glitch in the audio. It seems stuck repeating "you know what I'm sayin'?"

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  5. Faith Miller

    December 10, 2018 8:13 pm

    The gentleman " know what I'm saying" is acting better than me. I would crucify the lying demons landlords my ass.

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  6. B. Danielle V

    December 12, 2018 5:44 am

    He poor guy was nervous that is why he kept repeating "you know what im saying". Everyone is not ok with being filmed. Doesnt mean he is lying smh. As you see the defendents were the deceptive ones. At least her ex was there for moral support. He should be commended, not picked on.

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  7. Hannah Morgan

    December 21, 2018 11:46 am

    Come on, I’m British and it’s very clear what he is saying. It’s just that his manner of speech is irritating and repetitive. People saying you need a clairvoyant to understand him and he’s inarticulate are being a little dramatic 😂 but to each their own

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  8. Susan Gabel

    January 3, 2019 2:01 am

    I’m sorry but the plaintiffs sound like an educated idiots especially the guy you know what I’m cyan

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  9. Superman hero

    January 9, 2019 4:48 pm

    Whenever you do any kind of transaction with money, make sure it's in writing, even if it's with family or friends, business is not personal..

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  10. Loretta Byrd

    January 19, 2019 11:33 am

    Hi
    The Plantif reminds me of Tiny and K Michelle
    The denfendent reminds me of Veronica on the have and the have nots

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  11. Neil Fastfreddie Anderson

    January 28, 2019 12:27 am

    I believe the defendant lied about the $300 dollars he paid back because they were so happy by the judgement and the plaintive are so unhappy as if the defendants had got one over on them

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  12. c j

    January 29, 2019 3:19 am

    Sister girl been hanging around with you know what I'm saying too much. She know what he saying but no one else does.

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  13. Amber Cobb

    March 2, 2019 8:13 pm

    My brothers, step sisters friends, gold fish is their pet. They moved in that place in August. The landlord put march on the lease. Smh

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  14. Shotgun Sherman

    March 5, 2019 6:07 pm

    Tell me why I'm addicted to judge faiths court vids….guilty pleasure I guess. Ive only disagreed with one case shes ruled on. I wonder if these are real…

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  15. Zach The Celtics Guy

    March 27, 2019 4:59 am

    NO I DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SAYING! I do know what I am saying.

    SHUT UP, and use proper English.

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  16. Mobile Legends Fan Page

    April 1, 2019 11:43 am

    It's not fair, defendants said $500 doesn't hold the house for 30 days how can the judge said defendants think 1000$ was for security deposit? How can they pay for the security deposit before the rent when they didn't even get the house yet? They're not confused, they're lying.

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  17. Jana Shockley

    April 9, 2019 8:16 am

    OMGeeeee!, a grand a month for. Tri level 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms ??? Wow!! That’s amazing, here in my neighborhood in Mid-City Longwood Highlands ( L.A.) a 3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath starts at $3.000 – $ 3.750 and you ain’t moving in without 1st, last, & a large deposit, this is crazy, i am def living in the wrong state 🤦🏽‍♀️

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  18. Heather Gabriel

    May 20, 2019 10:09 pm

    2nd case;dont be naive judge faith.come on now,there was no misunderstanding.they tried to raise the rent…i loved how cookie and Greg ment business.

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  19. kevin harris

    May 31, 2019 4:20 pm

    I CAN RESPECT THIS WHOLE EPISODE BECAUSE ATLEAST THEY TRYING TO GET SOMEWARE TO STAY AND NOT LIVE OFF THE GOVERNMENT UNLIKE 80% OF YOU LADIES WHO COMMENTING..BECAUSE REMEMBER YOU HEFFAS CAN'T TAKE THE GOVERNMENT TO COURT LIKE SHE DOING THESE PEOPLE ..BUT YOU BITCHES ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY..YALL NEED TO GO GETTA JOB

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  20. catbyte 06

    June 4, 2019 10:46 pm

    "Know what I'm sayin'? Know what I'm sayin'? Know what I'm sayin'? Know what I'm sayin'? Know what I'm sayin'?" Arrgh!

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  21. Rhyca Blue

    June 7, 2019 3:00 am

    He said that he’s an upright-standing citizen because his lying ass knew he couldn’t say he’s an upstanding citizen.

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  22. D C

    July 18, 2019 11:49 am

    “Know what I’m sayin” is one of the worst habits… I mean, there are a lot of bad, like, habits, like, but its pretty bad.

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  23. VintageSista

    July 28, 2019 11:03 am

    Did yall see how brian aka nelly winked at Greg at the end like, " oh I'm gone get my money"😂

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  24. Roman D

    July 29, 2019 11:51 pm

    Anyone else notice how quickly both plaintiffs looked away from the two defendants when they kissed each other?

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  25. Sexy Lexi

    August 9, 2019 4:27 pm

    Polygraphs don’t hold up in court lmao, unless you pass it, it can’t be used. They aren’t reliable

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  26. Russell Clement

    August 28, 2019 8:58 am

    Americans say everything is the best in their country ,,, so not true ,,, Where I live in Australia we have a Rental Bond Authority , that handles all rental bonds,,,when the bond is given to the Landlord , he then transfers it to the Bond Authority ,,, never has the Landlord has control of the bond ,,, That system works so well ,,

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  27. sunflowrr xx

    September 3, 2019 12:43 am

    8:44 that handwriting looks like a kindergartner wrote it lmfao that’s a whole lease ma’am type it up come on now 😂😂

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  28. Perri Redd

    September 4, 2019 5:03 am

    Enjoyed watching the case , reading the comments and watching dude sleep. But the clapping at the end was extra long 😕

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