Judge Judy - Jealous Rage Vandalism?; Pool Table Trouble   View more episodes

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00:00:00Apartment, because he lacked sufficient credit and resource to do that, you said that you would help him to get an apartment and put your name on the lease.
00:00:10>> Correct.
00:00:10>> Judge Judy: So far correct?
00:00:11>> Yes.
00:00:12>> Judge Judy: And you did that when -- month and year?
00:00:14>> October 2011.
00:00:16>> Judge Judy: And according to richardson, periodically, you would go over to the house and straighten it up, sort of help out, do a little cooking.
00:00:25Is that right?
00:00:27>> Yes, that's true.
00:00:28>> Judge Judy: Did she cook?
00:00:30>> Occasionally, she did cook.
00:00:32>> Judge Judy: Did she straighten up the house and clean it?
00:00:34>> Against my wishes, yes, she did.
00:00:36>> Judge Judy: No, no, I'm just asking you.
00:00:37>> Yes, she did, she did.
00:00:39>> Judge Judy: And what I'm reading in your complaint, sir, suggests that, in your mind, this was not an exclusive haskel, although she wanted an exclusive relationship with you.
00:00:52>> Yes, ma'am.
00:00:53>> Judge Judy: Did you want an exclusive relationship with him?
00:00:55>> Yes, ma'am.
00:00:56>> Judge Judy: Yes.
00:00:57Well, at some point, you were over at the apartment.
00:01:00Somebody was doing your hair or something at his apartment.
00:01:03>> Mm-hmm.
00:01:04>> Judge Judy: And I would assume that some nights, occasionally, she stayed over?
00:01:08>> Yes.
00:01:09>> Judge Judy: And you had other young ladies staying over.
00:01:12>> Yes.
00:01:13[ Laughter ] >> Judge Judy: Well, this one particular day, she was there early in the morning, and somehow she got the feeling, according to you, that you were really not welcome in the house.
00:01:25>> Mm-hmm.
00:01:26>> Judge Judy: So you left.
00:01:27>> Yes.
00:01:28>> Judge Judy: And when she left, you invited another young lady over?
00:01:31 a little later on that evening, I invited another young lady over.
00:01:35>> Judge Judy: Is that young lady one of these two young ladies?
00:01:38>> No, ma'am.
00:01:38>> Judge Judy: that's another young lady.
00:01:40>> Yes, ma'am.
00:01:42>> Judge Judy: Well, you're very polite.
00:01:44 haskel -- somebody tweeted, twilled, whistled in her ear -- I don't know how she found out -- but somebody suggested to her that there was another young lady at your house, so you went over there.
00:01:57>> Yes.
00:01:58>> Judge Judy: To do what?
00:02:00>> Um, I guess to start drama.
00:02:02>> Judge Judy: To start drama.
00:02:03>> But that wasn't my intention.
00:02:05>> Judge Judy: Well, what was your intention, ms. haskel.
00:02:07>> I'm not sure.
00:02:07I was intoxicated.
00:02:09>> Judge Judy: Oh, I see what happened.
00:02:11Now, you were intoxicated because you were trying to feel better about him?
00:02:18>> Yes.
00:02:20>> Judge Judy: Now we set the stage.
00:02:22Now, she's a little bit drunk, she comes over to the house, and you're there with another lady.
00:02:27You were there when she came over.
00:02:30>> Ye-- >> Judge Judy: Were you there when she came over?
00:02:32>> When she came over when the young lady was there, I heard about the trouble that was going on, and I pulled up.
00:02:37>> Judge Judy: So you were not there when she got there.
00:02:39>> Yes, ma'am, I was not there.
00:02:41>> Judge Judy: Who told you about what was going on in your apartment?
00:02:44>> My cousin called me, as well as the female who was in the apartment, was like I need to hurry up and get here quickly.
00:02:50>> Judge Judy: Because ms. haskel was there.
00:02:52>> Yes, "a crazy woman is ..
00:02:56>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:02:57So this is what your complaint is.
00:02:59By the way, what date was that?
00:03:00>> IT STARTED THE 16th, BUT IT ROLLED OVER INTO THE 17th 'CAUSE It was all night.
00:03:04>> Judge Judy: Of what?
00:03:05>> Of december 2011.
00:03:06>> Judge Judy: You waited a long time to sue her.
00:03:08>> Well, we were going through the processes, and she was gonna pay me, and then she's not gonna pay.
00:03:14>> Judge J Judy: It is your claim that she smashed the windows in your car with a rock.
00:03:18>> Yes, ma'am.
00:03:19>> Judge Judy: And that was on december 16/17, 2011.
00:03:21>> Yes, ma'am.
00:03:22>> Judge Judy: When you were drunk and you went over there to start a little drama.
00:03:25>> Um, yes.
00:03:26>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:03:27So, now, since he wasn't there when you first arrived, do you remember what happened or were you too drunk to remember what happened?
00:03:35>> I remember some of what happened.
00:03:37I don't remember every single detail of what happened.
00:03:40>> Judge Judy: Well, why don't you tell me what you think you do remember.
00:03:44>> I remember receiving a text saying that some -- >> Judge Judy: You're over there now.
00:03:49Now you're a little drunk, and ..
00:03:52>> Yes.
00:03:52>> Judge Judy:..Which is in your name.
00:03:54>> Yes.
00:03:55>> Judge Judy: Go.
00:03:55Did you ring the bell?
00:03:56Did you knock at the door?
00:03:58>> No, I kind of wanted her to come outside, but she wouldn't come outside.
00:04:01>> Judge Judy: Well, how did you convey to her that you wanted her to come outside?
00:04:05>> I was calling his cousin, who was inside of the house, telling her to tell the girl to come outside.
00:04:10>> Judge Judy: What did you want her to come outside for?
00:04:13>> I wanted to talk to her.
00:04:14>> Judge Judy: About what?
00:04:15[ Both laugh ] >> I'm not sure what I wanted to talk to her about at that moment.
00:04:19>> Judge Judy: What would you want her for?
00:04:21..
00:04:22I mean, my anger was directed at the wrong person.
00:04:25>> Judge Judy: Ah!
00:04:26I'm almost crazy about you, ms. haskel.
00:04:29[ Laughter ] you got it.
00:04:31She didn't owe you a thing.
00:04:33>> Yes, I mean, I know i messed up.
00:04:34>> Judge Judy: Yeah, you're really smart.
00:04:36That is really the right answer.
00:04:38Your anger was directed to the wrong person.
00:04:40>> Yes.
00:04:41>> Judge Judy: Really.
00:04:42Your anger should have been directed to two people -- a little bit of him and a lot towards yourself.
00:04:46>> Yes.
00:04:46>> Judge Judy: Because you allowed him to make a sucker out of you.
00:04:49>> Yes, I did.
00:04:50>> Judge Judy: And that's annoying, and you probably cared for him, but the girl had nothing to do with that.
00:04:55She probably didn't even know about you.
00:04:56>> She didn't.
00:04:57>> Judge Judy: She didn't?
00:04:58>> No.
00:05:00>> Judge Judy: Now, you want to tell me what happened with the windows on his car?
00:05:04Do you remember that?
00:05:05>> I don't exactly remember how the window got broken.
00:05:08>> Judge Judy: Okay. do you?
00:05:09>> Oh, I remember.
00:05:10[ Laughter ] >> Judge Judy: You want to tell me?
00:05:14>> Yes.
00:05:14Well, like I said, I was not at my apartment -- >> Judge Judy: We're past that.
00:05:18>> We're past that.
00:05:19>> Judge Judy: We're all outside now near your car.
00:05:21>> We're all outside, near the vehicles.
00:05:23So I come up between them because it looked like they're about to fight, and I'm like, "hey, you need to get out of here.
00:05:29" >> Judge Judy: You said to her.
00:05:31>> To ms. haskel.
00:05:32 haskel, you need to leave.
00:05:33You need to leave now.
00:05:34You know, you need to get out of here before somebody calls the " " picks up a rock -- boom! boom!
00:05:44Starts smashing out windows, going down the line -- car, car, ..
00:05:47>> I don't remember that.
00:05:48..Busting out windows.
00:05:49Just goes crazy on the vehicles.
00:05:51>> Judge Judy: How many cars?
00:05:52>> Four.
00:05:54>> Judge Judy: Were the police called?
00:05:55>> Yes, the police were called.
00:05:56>> Judge Judy: And?
00:05:57>> And they filled out a report, and -- >> Judge Judy: Do you have that report?
00:06:00>> Yes, I do have the report.
00:06:01>> Judge Judy: Can I have it, please?
00:06:03>> All right.
00:06:05Let me just give you the report.
00:06:07>> Judge Judy: Were you arrested, ms. haskel?
00:06:09>> No, I left the scene.
00:06:11[ Laughter ] I didn't want to go to jail.
00:06:21Did you tell security that night at the apartment complex that you were gonna pay for the damage?
00:06:26>> Um, I mean, they called me because -- >> Judge Judy: Who called you?
00:06:30>> The security at the apartments.
00:06:32>> Judge Judy: Did you say you were gonna pay for the damage?
00:06:36>> I said that me and him would figure out something.
00:06:38>> Judge Judy: He didn't damage the vehicles.
00:06:40>> Okay, so maybe I -- I don't remember.
00:06:43I think maybe I did say.
00:06:44But we never had a -- >> Judge Judy: Well, did you pay for any of the other people's cars?
00:06:49>> No.
00:06:49>> Judge Judy: Did you?
00:06:50>> Yes, and I have the receipts right here.
00:06:52>> Judge Judy: I'd like to see them.
00:06:55You're very lucky you weren't arrested.
00:06:57>> Yes.
00:06:57>> Judge Judy: Really lucky.
00:06:59>> I am.
00:07:01>> Judge Judy: [ Sighs ] >> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:07:07>> Judge Judy: You should have a clue if you rented an apartment for him and he didn't say, "come on, babe.
00:07:11Let's move in together and set up housekeeping.
00:07:13" said, "no, you can come over " [ laughter ] >> Announcer:..
00:07:18>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
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00:09:44" byron richardson says ex-girlfriend narkyssa haskel purposely smashed out his windshield, as well as several of his neighbors' windshields.
00:09:55Narkyssa says she got upset when she found out byron had been seeing another woman.
00:10:00>> Judge Judy: the broken car windows come to about $1,900.
00:10:04>> Yes, ma'am.
00:10:05>> Judge Judy: It was very nice of him to take care of this for you.
00:10:08>> Yeah, I kind of felt like he should have because it was his fault.
00:10:11>> Judge Judy: No.
00:10:12It wasn't his fault.
00:10:13It was your fault.
00:10:15It was your fault.
00:10:17All your fault.
00:10:18He was just doing what guys ..
00:10:20[ Laughter ] ...if they can get away with it.
00:10:23And he clearly got away with it.
00:10:24>> He did.
00:10:25>> Judge Judy: You should have a clue if you rented an apartment for him, put the lease in your name, and he didn't say, "come on, babe.
00:10:30Let's move in together and set up housekeeping.
00:10:32" said, "no, you can come over " [ laughter ] judgment for the plaintiff in the amount of $1,900.
00:10:39Thank you. that's all.
00:10:40>> Byrd: Parties are excused.
00:10:42You may step out.
00:10:42>> I think judge judy made a great decision.
00:10:45It's time for her to pay for the things she's done.
00:10:47>> It was his fault, really.
00:10:48>> There was another girl in the house, and I texted her.
00:10:51>> She told me that there was a girl at the house.
00:10:53>> She came in within like five minutes, and that's when it all started.
00:10:58>> For one, I was scared for myself and everybody around, and, you know, I was just thinking, "how could I have " >> just going crazy, cussing, busting out windows.
00:11:09>> He knew how I felt, and he took advantage of that.
00:11:12>> That's how guys are.
00:11:13>> And she just started being very possessive with me, and, you know, you can't own me.
00:11:17I'm sorry.
00:11:18>> I hope he has a great life.
00:11:19>> I hope she has a great life.
00:11:20I'm happy.
00:11:21You know, I hope she's happy, as well.
00:11:23>> Announcer: And now the next case.
00:11:25>> Byrd: All parties in the MATTER OF MAADANIAN vs.
00:11:28Babadjov/delaney step forward.
00:11:31>> Announcer: Susan and george maadanian are suing the purchasers of their home, emil babadjov and his girlfriend, katrina delaney, for the return of their pool table.
00:11:41>> Judge Judy: and maadanian, you sold a house to the defendants.
00:11:45>> Correct.
00:11:46>> Judge Judy: On what date was the sale finalized?
00:11:48>> JANUARY 25th.
00:11:49>> Judge Judy: Do you have those papers?
00:11:51>> I do have the purchase agreement.
00:11:53I do not have all the pages, but I do have the purchase agreement.
00:11:57>> Judge Judy: No, I want to see CLOSING ON JANUARY 25th.
00:12:01>> I do not have any other papers from my realtor showing the closing date.
00:12:05>> Judge Judy: Why not?
00:12:06>> He actually just sent us things, us requesting it.
00:12:09It was a short sale, your honor.
00:12:11There was a lot of things that were happening between the realtor and them that we were -- it was a very long -- >> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:12:17So it was a short sale.
00:12:18>> Yes, ma'am.
00:12:19>> Judge Judy: Which means you bought it from the bank.
00:12:21>> Technically, yes.
00:12:22>> Judge Judy: Technically, yes.
00:12:24When did it close?
00:12:26>> 8:00 A.M. ON JANUARY 25th.
00:12:27>> That's not true.
00:12:28>> Judge Judy: Shh!
00:12:29Don't speak.
00:12:30You have no proof.
00:12:31>> I have the grant deed that shows it was recorded.
00:12:33>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:12:34>> Sorry.
00:12:34>> Judge Judy: You're not gonna come out a winner in this.
00:12:36I want you to know that right now.
00:12:37You do understand that.
00:12:39>> Okay.
00:12:39>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:12:41 on JANUARY 25th.
00:12:43>> Yes.
00:12:43>> Judge Judy: And at what time did you go to retrieve your pool table?
00:12:48>> 6:45 P.M. ON JANUARY 25th.
00:12:51>> Judge Judy: Is that correct?
00:12:5245 and 7:30.
00:12:55>> Judge Judy: The same day.
00:12:56>> Yes.
00:12:57>> Judge Judy: Now, you want your pool table.
00:12:59>> Correct.
00:12:59>> Judge Judy: And you say, "well, it was left in the house, " >> it's not even that.
00:13:04We did not want the pool table.
00:13:06They offered to sell us the pool table several days before.
00:13:09The house had been vacant for several months prior to this.
00:13:12And they tried to sell us the pool table.
00:13:14I have text messages from JANUARY 23rd.
00:13:16We declined to purchase the pool table.
00:13:18We told them, "please get it out " >> Judge Judy: So what is that supposed to mean?
00:13:23What does that have to do with what I just said -- that they want their pool table?
00:13:26>> Yes, they want their pool table.
00:13:28>> Judge Judy: Right.
00:13:29>> Which we no longer have.
00:13:31>> Judge Judy: What?
00:13:31>> We no longer have.
00:13:32>> Judge Judy: Where is it?
00:13:34>> We had it disposed of with other items they'd left.
00:13:36>> Unbelievable.
00:13:37>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:13:38I want you to show me -- 'cause I don't believe you.
00:13:41Maybe I'm wrong.
00:13:43I want you to show me the date of the disposition and where it was disposed of.
00:13:48Show me.
00:13:49>> We hired a service to move the items.
00:13:51>> Judge Judy: Between -- just one second.
00:13:53You hired a service sometime -- >> no.
00:13:58>> Judge Judy: Uh! listen to me.
00:13:59 on the 25th 45 to come in and get the stuff?
00:14:05>> No, we hired a service -- they'd left a lot of other things on the property.
00:14:09>> Furniture, dressers, old toys outside in the backyard.
00:14:14Everything was completely full of stuff.
00:14:16>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:14:17So you hired somebody to come and take everything away on what date?
00:14:21>> FEBRUARY 20th.
00:14:21>> FEBRUARY 20th.
00:14:23>> Judge Judy: February 20th?
00:14:24>> Yes.
00:14:24>> Judge Judy: Now, what did you say to them when they came to get the pool table?
00:14:28>> I told them that -- >> first, she said she was the owner of the house.
00:14:31>> Yeah, first she came over claiming to be the owner because I was in a u-haul truck.
00:14:35She thought I was a mover.
00:14:36So I let them know that escrow had closed.
00:14:39We'd asked several days before to get early access to the property to move because we had our lease ending at the other property.
00:14:44>> We had two days to move, and so we asked for an extra day.
00:14:47They didn't give us an extra time to move, so -- >> Judge Judy: Who didn't give us an extra time?
00:14:51>> They didn't give us access to the property early.
00:14:53>> Judge Judy: Oh.
00:14:54Well, that's all right.
00:14:55>> Okay.
00:14:55>> So then -- >> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:14:57They don't have to give you -- >> sure, no, they don't.
00:14:59>> Judge Judy: Shh!
00:15:00They don't have to give you access to the property early.
00:15:04Were you living there?
00:15:05>> No.
00:15:05>> Judge Judy: Just for my own curiosity, why didn't you give them access to the property?
00:15:09>> We were never told they wanted access early.
00:15:11>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:15:12I'm not talking to you.
00:15:13>> Okay.
00:15:15>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:15:17>> Judge Judy: You have to move the pool table, if it's so important to you, not the last minute -- two days before.
00:15:23>> We didn't know when it was gonna close, your honor.
00:15:26We had no notice whatsoever.
00:15:27>> Judge Judy: Can't help you.
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00:18:50" susan and george maadanian claim the purchasers of their home, emil babadjov and katrina delaney, refused to turn over a pool table.
00:19:01The defendants are countersuing for the cost to change the locks.
00:19:05>> Judge Judy: So, now, why didn't you give them access to the property earlier?
00:19:09>> We were never asked or approached about that whatsoever.
00:19:12>> Judge Judy: Well, then your realtor was not conveying the information to you, because that I believe.
00:19:19I believe that they asked for an extra day to move in.
00:19:22>> But we were communicating a lot, your honor, back and forth.
00:19:25We've been communicating with their agent, our agent, especially about the pool table.
00:19:30We've been in contact, so why didn't they bring that up?
00:19:33>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:19:35Do you have any direct communication withthemabout the pool table?
00:19:41>> No.
00:19:41We have realtor to realtor, text logging, and I have copies of all of that, saying that we've offered it to them, that they've declined, and that they agreed to allow us there, on friday, to pick up our pool table, and they said, "as long as you don't have any kind of marks on the walls," 'cause they're gonna do a final walk-through.
00:19:57So they had not wanted the pool table, and they had agreed to let us go there to pick it up.
00:20:02>> Judge Judy: No, their realtor said that they agreed.
00:20:04>> Realtor to realtor, yes.
00:20:05>> Judge Judy: Realtor to realtor.
00:20:06>> We don't have any direct communication.
00:20:08>> Judge Judy: I would like to see, from their realtor, a statement that you could go there on friday to pick up the pool table.
00:20:15>> Here it is.
00:20:18..
00:20:19>> Judge Judy: Shh, shh, shh, Shh, Shh, Shh, Shh!
00:20:23How long had you been out of the house?
00:20:26>> We -- a year.
00:20:27Because we -- >> Judge Judy: Don't tell me because.
00:20:30So you had been out of the house and left all that furniture and the pool table in there for a year.
00:20:35>> We were renting it for six -- we were having renters there for six months.
00:20:38They were out as of july.
00:20:40June -- about june.
00:20:42>> Judge Judy: So, june, july, august, september, october, november, december, january -- seven months.
00:20:47I'm just following.
00:20:48Listen, legally, they don't have to give you a thing.
00:20:51I'm trying to figure out whether there are any equities in your favor.
00:20:55Pay attention.
00:20:56Whether there are any equities in your favor.
00:20:59They don't have the pool table any more, so in order for me to make a judgment against them, it would have to be a monetary judgment because they got rid of ALL THE STUFF ON FEBRUARY 20th, All the junk that was left in the house.
00:21:12So I would have to find something equitable -- uncross your arms.
00:21:17And if the pool table wasn't important enough for you to have for a year, and certainly you left it in an unattended house for seven months, doesn't sound to me as if it was terribly important.
00:21:27>> No, actually, what it was was that when we moved to our home, your honor, it's a 9 foot pool table, and it costs about $800 to move it, so we have to make space in our home, your honor, and I'm a mom, I work, I go to school.
00:21:38It's very hard, and we didn't know when escrow was gonna close.
00:21:40So we finally made the decision, "okay, we're gonna move it," and you know what?
00:21:44They said, no, they didn't want THE POOL TABLE ON THE 23rd.
00:21:47I don't believe that on the 20th they got rid of it.
00:21:49Why would they even be responding or why wouldn't they have said, "we've already removed it"?
00:21:53>> Judge Judy: You're not talking about the right month, madam.
00:21:56You're talking about FEBRUARY 20th.
00:21:58>> Oh, I see. okay.
00:21:59My correction.
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00:24:43>> Judge Judy: Now, if the pool table wasn't important enough for you to have for a year, doesn't sound to me as if it was terribly important.
00:24:50>> No, actually, we finally made the decision, "okay, we're gonna " they agreed to allow us there to pick up our pool table.
00:24:55>> Judge Judy: No, they didn't agree -- they didn't agree to it.
00:24:58>> We didn't agree to anything.
00:24:59>> Judge Judy: Shh! shh.
00:25:01>> I requested their phone number from my realtor, and my realtor said, "i cannot give you " and now after close of escrow, it's a civil case.
00:25:07That's why I went to court.
00:25:08>> Judge Judy: Then what you have to do is you have to move the pool table, if it's so important to you, not the last minute --notthe last minute -- two days before.
00:25:19>> We didn't know when it was gonna close, your honor.
00:25:22We had no notice whatsoever.
00:25:23>> Judge Judy: Can't help you.
00:25:24That's what a short sale is.
00:25:25>> And even on the purchase -- >> Judge Judy: You had seven months.
00:25:27Your case is dismissed.
00:25:28Goodbye.
00:25:29>> We had a countersuit -- >> Judge Judy: Your countersuit is similarly dismissed, sir, for changing the locks.
00:25:33You should change the locks on a foreclosed house.
00:25:35Goodbye.
00:25:36>> Byrd: Parties are excused.
00:25:37You may step out.
00:25:38>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:25:42..
00:26:02>> As god as my witness, that pool table is still there.
00:26:05>> She had six months to move it.
00:26:07Escrow had closed.
00:26:07They left a lot of other trash in the house.
00:26:10>> Them having it right now is total b.s.
00:26:11>> They know the truth, and that should have been ours.
00:26:14>> When they declined to buy it from us, and now all of a sudden they want to keep it -- oh, thanks.
00:26:18>> I think it's ridiculous.
00:26:19They just didn't want to pay for storage and for moving.
00:26:21>> It was just an eyesore, pretty much, at that point.
00:26:23>> They're sitting here with smiles.
00:26:25I hope they have a conviction 'cause it'll come around.
00:26:27>> She camped outside of our house after I told her that she's not allowed on the property any more for several hours.
00:26:32>> It was a little creepy.
00:26:33It made me feel unsafe, and that's when we had to have a 24-hour locksmith come and change the locks.
00:26:37>> I was afraid that she'd break in while I was moving my property back and forth.
00:26:41>> The way that they blew up on me, you know, telling me, "this is mine now, this is mine now" is unbelievable.
00:26:46>> We didn't know what they were gonna do.
00:26:48>> You never know what type of people you're dealing with.
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00:28:27>> Announcer: They were supposed ..
00:28:29>> Judge Judy: You borrow something, you return it.
00:28:30>> That was the plan.
00:28:31>> Judge Judy: Don't play with me.
00:28:32>> Announcer:..But were caught in a jam.
00:28:34>> It got impounded for the registration.
00:28:36>> Judge Judy: It got impounded because you didn't return it.
00:28:39>> Announcer:..
00:28:40>> I gave her money for the registration.
00:28:42It was her fault for not registering it.
00:28:43>> Judge Judy: Don't make excuses, 'cause I don't like cuses.
00:28:46>> Announcer:..They're not getting off with a warning.
00:28:48>> Judge Judy: If you do something wrong, you take responsibility, and you deal with it.
00:28:52>> Announcer:" you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin.
00:29:00The people are real.
00:29:02The cases are real.
00:29:04The rulings are final.
00:29:05Captions paid for bycbs television distribution hilda anaya is suing her niece, berlane johnson, for the return of a car she allowed her to borrow.
00:29:15Berlane says the vehicle was impounded because the registration expired.
00:29:21>> Byrd: Order! all rise!
00:29:26Your honor, this case number 544 on the calendar in the matter of ANAYA vs. JOHNSON.
00:29:31Parties have been sworn in.
00:29:32You may be seated.
00:29:33Gentlemen, have a seat.
00:29:34>> Judge Judy: Miss johnson, this is your aunt?
00:29:36>> Yes.
00:29:37>> Judge Judy: You borrowed her ..
00:29:38>> Yes.
00:00:00Return it.
00:00:01>> I tried to.
00:00:02>> Judge Judy: When did you borrow her car?
00:00:04>> September 29, 2009.
00:00:05>> Judge Judy: When did you try to return it?
00:00:08>> I believe my husband got a ticket for trying to return it on -- >> Judge Judy: Got a ticket for trying to return it?
00:00:14Explain that to me.
00:00:15>> He was on the way to go give her -- >> Judge Judy: Is this the husband?
00:00:17>> Yes, this is my husband.
00:00:18>> Judge Judy: Stand.
00:00:19>> He was on the way to go give ..
00:00:21>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:00:22You weren't there, I assume.
00:00:23>> Right.
00:00:24>> Judge Judy: So you were on your way to return the car when?
00:00:26>> The ticket I got was on the 13th of february.
00:00:31>> Judge Judy: February 13th, you got a moving violation -- for what?
00:00:34>> For non-registration.
00:00:35>> Judge Judy: And?
00:00:36>> And that was pretty much the only ticket I got for that, because I had no valid registration on the vehicle at that time.
00:00:42So I was pretty much bringing the vehicle to the house so we could drop it off there, because she wanted the vehicle back.
00:00:48So the only way to get it there ..
00:00:50>> Judge Judy: Listen to me carefully, sir.
00:00:51>> Sorry.
00:00:52>> Judge Judy: Police stopped you.
00:00:53>> Yes.
00:00:54>> Judge Judy: They gave you a ticket.
00:00:55>> Yes.
00:00:56>> Judge Judy: Then what happened?
00:00:57>> He just told me to pretty much -- >> Judge Judy: Don't tell me what he told you!
00:01:00>> Okay.
00:01:00>> Judge Judy: That's hearsay.
00:01:01>> I'm sorry.
00:01:02>> Judge Judy: You got a ticket.
00:01:03>> Yes.
00:01:03>> Judge Judy: You had no valid registration.
00:01:05>> No.
00:01:06>> Judge Judy: Where were you when you got the ticket?
00:01:08>> Exiting the 22 freeway on euclid.
00:01:10>> Judge Judy: How did you get home?
00:01:11>> I took a bus.
00:01:12>> Judge Judy: Where did you leave the car?
00:01:14>> At my job.
00:01:14>> Judge Judy: At your job?
00:01:15>> At my job.
00:01:16>> Judge Judy: Why didn't you take the car back?
00:01:17I thought you were taking it to miss anaya.
00:01:19>> I was in the process of taking it there.
00:01:21>> Judge Judy: No.
00:01:22Your wife says you were going to return the car to her.
00:01:24>> Yes.
00:01:25>> Judge Judy: Well, why didn't you get there?
00:01:27Police didn't take the car.
00:01:28>> No, they did not.
00:01:29>> Judge Judy: They gave you a ticket for not a valid ..
00:01:32>> Yes, they did.
00:01:33>> Judge Judy:..Because the registration had probably expired from the time your wife borrowed the car until february.
00:01:38>> Yes.
00:01:39>> Judge Judy: So, why didn't you just drive the car to miss anaya's?
00:01:42>> I was kind of scared to get another ticket, honestly.
00:01:44>> Judge Judy: You drove it!
00:01:45>> I didn't want to get another ticket, your honor.
00:01:47I really didn't.
00:01:48..
00:01:49>> Judge Judy: You drove it!
00:01:51>> I couldn't pay for a towing.
00:01:52I couldn't.
00:01:53>> Judge Judy: You drove it.
00:01:54>> Yes.
00:01:55>> Judge Judy: So, why didn't you just drive it to her house?
00:02:00>> Because -- >> Judge Judy: Don't speak!
00:02:02Why didn't you just drive it to her house?
00:02:05>> I was going to. I really was.
00:02:08>> Judge Judy: I don't care what you weregoingto do.
00:02:10You went to work.
00:02:11>> Yes.
00:02:12>> Judge Judy: That's the answer!
00:02:14Sit!
00:02:15>> Okay.
00:02:16>> Judge Judy: So you were driving the car to work.
00:02:19That's the answer.
00:02:20What time did you -- get up again.
00:02:22Don't play with me.
00:02:24What time did you get the ticket?
00:02:26>> I got the ticket at 9:44.
00:02:27I had to be at work at 11:00.
00:02:28>> Judge Judy: And did you get to work that day?
00:02:30Very easy.
00:02:30All I have to do is call your boss.
00:02:32Did you get to work that day?
00:02:33>> Late. yes, I did.
00:02:34>> Judge Judy: Late or early, you got to work that day.
00:02:36And you parked the car there.
00:02:37>> Yes, I did.
00:02:38>> Judge Judy: So you were on your way to work!
00:02:41>> Not at that time, your honor.
00:02:42I really wasn't.
00:02:43I was in the process of dropping the car off and taking the bus from her house to my job.
00:02:46That was the plan.
00:02:47That was the agenda.
00:02:49>> Judge Judy: Sit down.
00:02:51Where's the car now?
00:02:52>> It's in the impound lot.
00:02:53>> Judge Judy: You have two choices -- either pay to get it out or pay her for the car.
00:02:57What's your pleasure?
00:02:58>> It got impounded for the registration.
00:03:00>> Judge Judy: It got impounded because you didn't return it.
00:03:03What county do you live in?
00:03:04>> We tried to.
00:03:05>> Judge Judy: What county do you live in?
00:03:06>> Orange county.
00:03:07>> Judge Judy: Does a car before it's registered have to be smogged in california?
00:03:11>> Yes, it does.
00:03:12>> Judge Judy: How many years have you lived in california and been old enough to drive?
00:03:16>> I've lived in california all my life.
00:03:18>> Judge Judy: I don't live in california, but I know about california smog.
00:03:23And before you can get a car registered, you got to have it tested if it's over a certain age, and this car was how old?
00:03:30>> It's a '96.
00:03:31>> Judge Judy: So it had to be smogged before it could be registered again.
00:03:35And you knew it, because you've been driving it since september.
00:03:38>> No.
00:03:38She let me borrow the vehicle.
00:03:40>> Judge Judy: Listen to me.
00:03:41You knew that it had no registration, 'cause you and/or him have been driving it since september.
00:03:48When did the registration expire?
00:03:50It's right on the car.
00:03:51>> I gave her money for the registration.
00:03:53>> Judge Judy: It's right on the car.
00:03:56When did the registration expire?
00:03:59>> That, I don't know.
00:04:00She has the paperwork.
00:04:01>> Judge Judy: It's on your car.
00:04:03Because if it's not on your car, how did a policeman stop him for lack of registration?
00:04:07>> She didn't have anything in the glove compartment.
00:04:09That's how she loaned it to us.
00:04:11And she threatened to call the ..
00:04:13>> Judge Judy: Be quiet.
00:04:14Can I have the blue book value on the car, please?
00:04:16Model, year?
00:04:18>> This is a copy of it.
00:04:20>> I have pictures of the ..
00:04:21>> Judge Judy: I don't care.
00:04:22I don't care.
00:04:23If you didn't like the car, you shouldn't have borrowed it.
00:04:25If you borrow something, you return it.
00:04:27>> Your honor, can I say something?
00:04:28>> Judge Judy: What do you want?
00:04:29>> I lent it in june of 2009.
00:04:31>> I have proof, since september, from my apartment complex, where we had to have it registered there.
00:04:35>> Mnh-mnh.
00:04:35You picked it up in june.
00:04:36>> Judge Judy: Listen to me.
00:04:37It doesn't make any difference.
00:04:38She's gonna pay you for the car, and then she can do whatever she wants.
00:04:41Sign the title over to her.
00:04:42If she wants to get the car out of impound, let her get the car out of impound.
00:04:45>> I don't think I should have to pay that price.
00:04:47>> Judge Judy: I don't care what you want.
00:04:49>> Would you just please take a look at her pictures of the vehicle?
00:04:51This is the condition she gave it to me in.
00:04:53>> Judge Judy: Listen to me, madam.
00:04:54I don't care what you want.
00:04:55Somebody did something nice for you, and you turned around, and you acted irresponsibly, and so did he.
00:05:01Now, do me a favor.
00:05:02You want the value of the car?
00:05:04>> Yes.
00:05:04>> Judge Judy: Fine.
00:05:06Have her sign the title to the car over to the defendant.
00:05:09The defendant can then go pick up the car out of impound or not.
00:05:12>> I don't want her vehicle.
00:05:14She can have her vehicle.
00:05:15>> Judge Judy: Listen to me.
00:05:16You're gonna sign it over to her, and then you can register it in her name, and then you'll have to deal with the impound people.
00:05:22They'll send you a bill.
00:05:23>> It was her fault for not registering it.
00:05:25It was her fault for not registering it.
00:05:27>> Judge Judy: I'm gonna ask you one question.
00:05:29Put the pictures down.
00:05:31Just answer one question for me.
00:05:33When did you take the car to be smogged?
00:05:37THE ANSWER IS MAY 4th, MAY 5th, MAY 9th, JUNE 2nd, OR "I NEVER Did," or "i did, but I don't " those could be the only possibilities.
00:05:49"I never took it," "i took it, i don't remember the date," or "here's the date I took the car " >> she paid the registration.
00:05:55>> Judge Judy: That's not what i asked you!
00:05:56That's not one of your choices.
00:05:58That's not door number 1, 2, or 3.
00:06:00>> She didn't tell me it had to be smogged, and she didn't tell me to go get it registered.
00:06:03>> Yes, I did.
00:06:03>> No, you did not.
00:06:04>> Judge Judy: Do you have children?
00:06:05>> Yes, I do.
00:06:06I have two autistic children.
00:06:07>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:06:08Did somebody have to tell you to feed them three times a day?
00:06:10>> No.
00:06:10>> Judge Judy: Or do you know that yourself?
00:06:12Just a second.
00:06:13Does somebody have to tell you to put your pants on in the morning, or do you know yourself?
00:06:16>> No, I know myself.
00:06:17>> Judge Judy: You put your pants on.
00:06:19Then you know a car has to be smogged in california before it can be re-registered.
00:06:22>> I didn't have the paperwork, so I didn't know she had to have it registered.
00:06:25>> Judge Judy: Don't speak.
00:06:26Then you're not supposed to drive a car.
00:06:28Take a bus.
00:06:29If you're too stupid to take care of it, take a bus, but don't make excuses, 'cause i don't like excuses.
00:06:34>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:06:37>> The only thing that's there is a dresser that she left.
00:06:39And the television, she gave to her brother.
00:06:41And we called her on that, and we told her to come pick it up.
00:06:43>> No, you threatened to call the cops on me if I came over.
00:06:46>> No, no, no, no.
00:06:46>> Judge Judy: [ Raps desk ] I don't want to hear it.
00:06:48>> I let you talk. let me talk.
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00:06:51>> Judge Judy: What kind of drugs?
00:06:52>> Heroin.
00:06:52>> Judge Judy: Selling or using?
00:06:53>> I got caught using.
00:06:54>> Judge Judy: You don't happen to have one of those marijuana licenses?
00:06:57>> A 215. not yet.
00:06:58I have to renew it.
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00:09:39>> Announcer: Real cases.
00:09:40Real people.
00:09:41" hilda anaya says her niece, berlane johnson, owes for the value of a nissan sentra she borrowed and never returned.
00:09:51Berlane is countersuing for moving expenses.
00:09:53>> Judge Judy: Now, somebody did something nice to you 'cause you didn't have a car, and they ended up getting caught behind the eight ball.
00:10:00Not here.
00:10:01Here if you do something wrong, you take responsibility, and you deal with it.
00:10:05You borrowed her car.
00:10:06He was going to work.
00:10:07He got a ticket.
00:10:08I don't even know what he got a ticket for, because somebody's got to be really, really -- have good eyesight to see that a car doesn't have registration on it, driving along the freeway.
00:10:16>> He's got the registration right here.
00:10:18>> Judge Judy: I didn't ask you a question.
00:10:20So, I don't know what he got stopped for.
00:10:22I'm assuming he's telling me the truth, that he got stopped for a lack of registration on the freeway.
00:10:27Now, do I believe that he was taking the car back to her?
00:10:30I do not.
00:10:31I believe he was going to work.
00:10:33I don't know where the car got towed from.
00:10:35I don't care.
00:10:35It's your responsibility.
00:10:37You had the car, according to you, september, october, november, december, january, and part of february.
00:10:42According to her, you had it for more than six months -- you had it for eight months.
00:10:45Let's say you had it for six months.
00:10:47By that time, it becomes your responsibility to know whether you're afoot or horseback, whether the car needs to be registered or not.
00:10:54It's up to you to be vigilant and to have it done, if you're gonna drive around in a car.
00:10:57>> I gave her money to register the vehicle.
00:10:59>> Judge Judy: Listen to me very carefully.
00:11:01She can't get it registered without having it smogged, and you had possession of the car.
00:11:05>> I did not know it had to be smogged.
00:11:07She didn't even tell me.
00:11:09I gave her the money for it.
00:11:10>> Judge Judy: And I'm telling you -- I don't live here, and i know you can't register a car without having it smogged.
00:11:16>> You don't smog it every year.
00:11:17It's every other year.
00:11:18>> Judge Judy: Do you know when it was smogged?
00:11:20>> No, I don't, 'cause she didn't give me any of that information.
00:11:23>> Judge Judy: You were driving it.
00:11:25You're supposed to know about it, just like you're supposed to know to feed your children three times a day.
00:11:29>> Well, she didn't give me that information.
00:11:31>> Judge Judy: Then you're an idiot.
00:11:33First of all, you have a ridiculous counterclaim, with the exception of one thing.
00:11:36You moved in with her, and then you moved out.
00:11:38You gave up your apartment, and you were doing her a favor.
00:11:41I'm not interested in that.
00:11:42>> I am, because I had to uproot my entire family for this.
00:11:45>> Judge Judy: That's too bad.
00:11:46You're a grown-up girl.
00:11:47Don't uproot yourself to go and move in with her if you don't think it's gonna work out.
00:11:50Now, it didn't work out.
00:11:51She doesn't pay your moving expenses.
00:11:53The only thing she has to return is your property.
00:11:55If she's withholding your property, that she has to return.
00:11:58You're gonna pay her $1,600 for the car.
00:12:00Then the car's gonna be yours, whether you like it impound or not.
00:12:03Now, do you have any property that belongs to her?
00:12:06The answer is either yes or no.
00:12:07>> The only thing that's there is a dresser that she left.
00:12:09And the television, she gave to her brother.
00:12:11>> She got rid of some of my other furniture.
00:12:12>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:12:13Just a second.
00:12:14A dresser and a television?
00:12:15>> Yes.
00:12:16And we called her on that, and we told her to come pick it up.
00:12:18>> No, you threatened to call the cops on me if I came over.
00:12:21>> No, no, no, no.
00:12:21>> Judge Judy: [ Raps desk ] I don't want to hear it.
00:12:23>> I let you talk. let me talk.
00:12:25>> Judge Judy: No. no.
00:12:26I don't want to hear it.
00:12:27Actually, I don't want to hear it.
00:12:28I have other things to do today.
00:12:30>> Okay.
00:12:30>> Judge Judy: She left your house.
00:12:32She was there a couple of days.
00:12:33She moved in with her husband, the family, whatever.
00:12:35She didn't want to live with you.
00:12:37This was after the car got impounded or before?
00:12:39>> This was before the car got impounded.
00:12:40>> Judge Judy: This wasbefore the car got impounded that she moved in with you?
00:12:44>> Yeah.
00:12:44>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:12:45Are you telling me that you moved in with her before september of 2009?
00:12:50Is that what we're talking about?
00:12:52>> No, ma'am.
00:12:53I MOVED IN DECEMBER 18th, AND WE LEFT DECEMBER 20th, BECAUSE SHE Made it horrible.
00:12:58>> Judge Judy: Just a second.
00:12:59And you kept her car?
00:13:00>> Yes.
00:13:00>> Judge Judy: And you kept her car.
00:13:01Your counterclaim is dismissed.
00:13:02>> She told me that I could drive it for as long as i needed it.
00:13:05>> Judge Judy: Your counterclaim is dismissed.
00:13:07Judgment for the plaintiff in the amount of $1,600.
00:13:09That's all. goodbye.
00:13:10>> Byrd: Parties are excused.
00:13:11You may step out.
00:13:12>> She's just a controlling person who just wants to control the situation.
00:13:16>> She's angry. that's it.
00:13:17>> The whole "woe is me, poor " >> oh, whatever.
00:13:20>> When somebody tries, she smacks your hand back.
00:13:23>> As of today, she's gone.
00:13:24She's out of my life.
00:13:25>> It's done and over with.
00:13:26>> Announcer: And now the next case.
00:13:28>> Byrd: All parties in the MATTER OF ROMBERGER vs. MEYERS, Step forward.
00:13:33>> Announcer: 25-Year-old kristen romberger is suing former roommate 21-year-old jonathan meyers for the loss of their security deposit and for damage he caused to the apartment.
00:13:44>> Judge Judy: meyers, who do you live with now, sir?
00:13:47>> I live with my friend daniel randall and one of his co-workers.
00:13:51>> Judge Judy: You pay rent?
00:13:52>> Yes.
00:13:52>> Judge Judy: How much rent do you pay?
00:13:53>> I'm paying $300 right now.
00:13:54>> Judge Judy: Where are you working?
00:13:56>> I was working at auto one warranty.
00:13:57Right now, I'm looking for a job.
00:13:59>> Judge Judy: So you're unemployed.
00:14:00>> Yes, ma'am. yes, your honor.
00:14:01>> Judge Judy: How do you pay your rent?
00:14:03>> I do body piercings.
00:14:04>> Judge Judy: Are you licensed?
00:14:05>> You need a license to work in a shop.
00:14:07To be an independent piercer, you just need to know what you're doing.
00:14:11[ Laughter ] >> Judge Judy: Is what you're telling me that anybody could do body piercing without being licensed legally in the state of california?
00:14:20>> Not in a shop.
00:14:21>> Judge Judy: I didn't ask you about a shop.
00:14:23I just asked you whether -- do you know if that's true?
00:14:26>> Byrd: It's true.
00:14:28>> Judge Judy: This is some ..
00:14:30[ Light laughter ] ...that you can pierce someone's body.
00:14:33>> Byrd: It's like cutting somebody's hair in your kitchen.
00:14:36>> Judge Judy: Except hair is dead.
00:14:39[ Laughter ] >> I have piercing waivers.
00:14:43I have a bloodborne pathogen certificate.
00:14:45I have a tb test.
00:14:46I have, like, all the things that I would need to work in a shop.
00:14:49I just prefer to work as an independent piercer, because -- >> Judge Judy: But if you were licensed, you could have all those choices.
00:14:56>> Absolutely true, if there was such a thing as a body-piercing license.
00:14:59>> Judge Judy: Well, what kind of a license do you need to work in a shop?
00:15:02>> You don't need a license, really.
00:15:03You just need experience and a bloodborne pathogen certificate.
00:15:06>> Judge Judy: Bloodborne pathogen certificate.
00:15:09>> Mm-hmm.
00:15:09>> Judge Judy: Where did you find him?
00:15:12>> We were friends.
00:15:13[ Laughter ] we met through other friends over three years ago.
00:15:17He was working when he moved in with me.
00:15:18He had a job.
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00:15:23>> Judge Judy: Could you explain to me what in this person attracted you to live with him for three years?
00:15:29Clearly, he's off.
00:15:31Tell me what I'm not seeing, miss romberger.
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00:19:28" kristen romberger says ex-roommate jonathan meyers owes for a security deposit and for damage he caused to their apartment.
00:19:39>> Judge Judy: Now, it's your claim that when the lease ended, so did the friendship, and he trashed the apartment, and you couldn't get your security deposit back, all of which you paid?
00:19:49>> That is correct.
00:19:50>> Judge Judy: On what date did you leave the apartment?
00:19:53>> I LEFT ON NOVEMBER 27th.
00:19:54>> Judge Judy: What date you leave the apartment, mr. meyers?
00:19:57>> I HAD UNTIL THE 30th, AND I WAS GONNA LEAVE ON THE 30th, AND She came over the afternoon of THE 29th, AND WE HAD A HUGE Argument.
00:20:05>> Judge Judy: What did you have an argument about?
00:20:08>> She said that I burned one of her finger paintings that was on a wall, and she was upset that i didn't move out already.
00:20:13She wanted me to have been gone so she could clean.
00:20:16>> Judge Judy: She wanted you to be gone so that she could clean the apartment?
00:20:20>> Yes. yes, your honor.
00:20:21>> Judge Judy: And what did you say to her?
00:20:23>> I had an extra day.
00:20:24I was gonna be moving the next day.
00:20:26I still had time, and I wasn't able to leave, and it escalated into a big argument, and I wound up calling the police, 'cause i didn't know what else to do.
00:20:33I was on probation at the time, ..
00:20:36>> Judge Judy: Probation for what?
00:20:37>> Drugs, your honor.
00:20:38>> Judge Judy: What kind of drugs?
00:20:40>> Heroin.
00:20:41>> Judge Judy: Selling or using?
00:20:42>> I used, or I got caught using.
00:20:44>> Judge Judy: When?
00:20:45>> March 14, 2008.
00:20:48>> Judge Judy: And when did you get your bloodborne pathogen certificate?
00:20:53>> May?
00:20:54>> Judge Judy: May what?
00:20:55>> '08.
00:20:55>> Judge Judy: So a couple of months after you were arrested for using heroin.
00:21:00>> Correct.
00:21:01>> Judge Judy: Great state of california.
00:21:04[ Light laughter ] you don't happen to have one of those marijuana licenses?
00:21:08>> A 215. not yet.
00:21:09I have to renew it.
00:21:11[ Laughter ] >> Judge Judy: Now, you have photographs of the apartment?
00:21:18>> I have tons of photographs.
00:21:20>> Judge Judy: I'd like to just see the apartment when he left.
00:21:23>> I'll give you the top five or six.
00:21:26>> Judge Judy: How much was your security deposit?
00:21:28>> It was $900.
00:21:30I was charged an additional $4.70 on top of that.
00:21:33>> Judge Judy: How many cats do you have?
00:21:34>> One.
00:21:35>> Judge Judy: You still have it with you?
00:21:36>> Yes, your honor.
00:21:37>> Judge Judy: Would you identify this room, mr. meyers?
00:21:43>> That's the room that I lived in.
00:21:45That was my room.
00:21:45>> Judge Judy: What's that all over the floor?
00:21:47>> Cat litter, your honor.
00:21:48>> Judge Judy: Who did that?
00:21:50>> My cat.
00:21:51>> Judge Judy: Miss romberger, what do you do for a living?
00:21:53>> I'm a nurse.
00:21:54>> Judge Judy: You work at a hospital?
00:21:55>> I do.
00:21:56>> Judge Judy: The same hospital for how long?
00:21:58>> Three years.
00:21:58>> Judge Judy: Could you explain to me what in this person attracted you to sign a lease with him, to live with him for three years?
00:22:06He's a heroin abuser -- or was.
00:22:09He clearly has a disability, because he had a medical marijuana license, to be able to purchase it, which he says has now expired, which he must renew, right?
00:22:21Clearly, he's off.
00:22:23Tell me what I'm not seeing, miss romberger.
00:22:26>> He was in drug court at the time that we moved in.
00:22:28He was required to have a full-time job, and he was being drug-tested and alcohol-tested several times a week.
00:22:32>> Judge Judy: How many times have you been arrested?
00:22:34>> Never.
00:22:35>> Judge Judy: Then why would you want to sign a lease with someone who had been arrested for heroin use?
00:22:41And if you're an intelligent woman, and I assume you are, if you're employed as a nurse -- if you're employed as a nurse, you have to have a certain educational background.
00:22:49You have to have a certain clinical ability.
00:22:51You have to have a certain academic ability.
00:22:53It belies credulity to think that the first time he used heroin he got arrested.
00:23:00Do you understand?
00:23:01>> Mm-hmm.
00:23:02>> Judge Judy: It's like the unluckiest robber in the world -- the first time they rob somebody, they get caught.
00:23:07Criminals do that because they do it so many timeswithout getting caught that it almost makes it worthwhile.
00:23:13Do you understand?
00:23:14>> Yes, ma'am.
00:23:15>> Judge Judy: You know, you commit seven or eight armed robberies, and if you get caught once, then you get a slap on the wrist.
00:23:20You know, you figure, "listen, the system's working in my " so, clearly, you had someone who was a longer-term heroin abuser, other than just once.
00:23:29Aside from that, he's involved in some way or another, unless you know of some disability that he has -- do you know of any legitimate disability?
00:23:38>> No, your honor.
00:23:39>> Judge Judy: Then somehow he got somebody to write him a fake prescription or a phonied-up prescription for medical marijuana, which is supposed to be used in this jurisdiction for people who suffer from a disability and who can benefit from the use of marijuana in their treatment, not for somebody who wants to get high, right?
00:23:59>> Right.
00:23:59>> Judge Judy: Explain to me what I'm not seeing that an intelligent woman like you saw.
00:24:06>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:24:14An active pro athlete publicly .. he s gay!
00:24:16We talked to a family member of .. the what .. after he told her his secret.
00:24:23Plus, behave on bart or else!
00:24:24The types of bad conduct that will get riders banned.
00:24:28Call it a case of michele obama envy.
00:24:32The physical trait the first lady,,,,,,,,,, >> Judge Judy: Go ahead.
00:26:48>> I thought he deserved a second chance.
00:26:50He was in court, and they were keeping a close eye on him.
00:26:52They were drug-testing him, testing him for alcohol, making sure he had a full-time jo going to meetings.
00:26:57So I thought he deserved a chance.
00:26:59He needed to get out of where he was living and so did i, so we moved in together.
00:27:03>> Judge Judy: Mm-hmm.
00:27:04Do you still speak to him?
00:27:05>> I do not.
00:27:06>> Judge Judy: That's good.
00:27:07You left your room like a pig, mr. meyers.
00:27:09You owe her $900.
00:27:10That's all. out!
00:27:11>> Byrd: Parties are excused.
00:27:12You may step out.
00:27:13>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a momen athlete publicly says he s gay.
00:27:19..
00:27:21.." the ex-stanford star first what she .. when he revealed his secret to her.
00:27:31 the bad conduct that will get riders banned from bart.
00:27:35...
00:27:37 the physical trait that a lot of people are paying big money ..
00:27:42Show open >> he didn't clean up his share of the apartment at all.
00:28:02>> Because I already paid to get the carpets cleaned.
00:28:04>> There was much more than carpet cleaning that needed to be done.
00:28:06>> We got in a fight, and I was like, "i'm not even gonna clean it up if I already paid for the " >> there was a lot of other damage to the apartment besides the carpets.
00:28:12>> Friendships don't last forever.
00:28:13Things can always go wrong.
00:28:14>> I can't depend on him at all.
00:28:15He just takes and takes and doesn't give back.
00:28:17--Captions by VITAC--www.vitac.com An n-b-a player announces he s .
00:28:35>>> This is kpix 5 news.
00:28:37>>> A first in profession lal sports, an nba -- professional sports, an nba player announces he's gay.
00:28:46Why the former stanford star decided to come out now and do we're seeing students -- >>> and we're seeing students that are sad.
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00:29:14>>> Jason collins did something no active male athlete in major league sports has done before.
00:29:22He revealed he's gay.
00:29:25Linda yee tells us he's getting widespread support from fellow players, all the way to the white house.
00:29:31>> Reporter: A self-described tough basketball player who admits he takes charges and fouls, now in the sports illustrated confessional, jason collins announces to the world he's also gay.
00:29:44If other basketball players flinch at the admission they're not saying.
00:29:48>> I said I'm not here to judge him or anyone else.
00:00:00>> Judge Judy: I don't think you want to do that -- what you're doing with me.
00:00:04And if you need some time to compose yourself, I'm gonna let you do that.
00:00:09We understand each other?
00:00:11>> Iuess.
00:00:11>> Judge Judy: Well, I don't want you to guess.
00:00:14I want you to know.
00:00:15>> Announcer:" you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin.
00:00:25The people are real.
00:00:26The cases are real.
00:00:28The rulings are final.
00:00:29Captions paid for bycbs television distribution jodi blakeney is suing fellow motorist 25-year-old stephen McKisson for falsely accusing her of throwing an object at his car.
00:00:42>> Byrd: Order! all rise!
00:00:50Your honor, this is case number 462 on the calendar in the MATTER OF BLAKENEY vs. McKISSON.
00:00:54>> Judge Judy: Thank you.
00:00:55>> Byrd: You're welcome.
00:00:56Parties have been sworn in.
00:00:57You may be seated.
00:00:57Folks, have a seat.
00:00:58>> Judge Judy: blakeney, according to you, on the 19th of june, 2012, you're driving your car.
00:01:05And according to you, he threw something at your car.
00:01:09There was damage to your car.
00:01:11You called the police.
00:01:12He was arrested, taken into custody.
00:01:15While that matter is sort of pending, you are notified that there is a warrant outstanding for your arrest because MR. McKISSON SAYS THAT ON JUNE 1st -- SEVERAL WEEKS PRIOR TO JUNE 19th -- YOU HAD EITHER Thrown something at his car or hit his car and took off.
00:01:36You had to hire a lawyer.
00:01:38Your license was revoked until you went to court.
00:01:41Those charges against you were dismissed in total.
00:01:46NOW, MR. McKISSON, ON THE OTHER Hand, agreed to pay the $700 damage to your car, he says because he was tired of the court proceeding, wanted to get it over with.
00:01:58>> False.
00:01:58>> Judge Judy: That's what you say in your answer.
00:02:01>> I didn't say that.
00:02:02>> Judge Judy: Well, let's see what you said.
00:02:04>> I was advised by my attorney to pay the $700.
00:02:07>> Judge Judy: Just a second!
00:02:08>> And hers were dropped due to technicality.
00:02:11They weren't dismissed.
00:02:12>> Judge Judy: Mr. mckisson?
00:02:13>> Yes.
00:02:13>> Judge Judy: If you have something that you're gonna show me -- >> yeah!
00:02:17>> Judge Judy: Shh!
00:02:17>> I got plenty to show you.
00:02:19>> Judge Judy: I don't think you want to do that -- what you're contemplating doing today here.
00:02:24And if you need some time to compose yourself, I'm gonna let you do that, if you need time to compose yourself.
00:02:31We understand each other?
00:02:32>> I guess.
00:02:33>> Judge Judy: Well, I don't want you to guess.
00:02:35I want you to know.
00:02:36Do you need time to compose yourself?
00:02:39>> I'm okay.
00:02:39>> Judge Judy: Is that your mother?
00:02:42>> Yes.
00:02:42>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:02:44Now, your countersuit -- >> I went through all the same things she did.
00:02:48I had to hire an attorney.
00:02:50I went to jail and all.
00:02:51>> Judge Judy: Are you high?
00:02:52>> No, I'm not.
00:02:53>> Judge Judy: Are you on any prescription medication?
00:02:56>> No.
00:02:57>> Judge Judy: Are you on any medication that's not prescription?
00:03:00>> No.
00:03:01>> Judge Judy: Well, then, what you're telling me is that you are totally in control of your actions.
00:03:08You think he is?
00:03:09>> Yeah, he just needs to calm down.
00:03:11I think he's just very worked up about the whole case.
00:03:15>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:03:16This is whatyouwrote.
00:03:17"We went to court on NOVEMBER 20th, AND THE CHARGES Against her were dismissed.
00:03:21The charges against me were also dropped.
00:03:23I agreed to pay $700 for the 'alleged' damages to her car, even though all of her accusations against me were false.
00:03:31Although I had done nothing wrong, I just wanted to be finished with the whole ordeal.
00:03:37It was worth $700 to never have " that's what you wrote.
00:03:41>> I did not write that!
00:03:42>> Judge Judy: well, byrd, would you show this TO MR. McKISSON AND ASK HIM IF That's his signature?
00:03:47>> I admit to signing it, but i did not write that.
00:03:49>> Judge Judy: Well, then, what did you sign it for?
00:03:52That's what I'm given, sir -- your answer, her complaint.
00:03:56>> Okay.
00:03:56>> Judge Judy: Now, you allege THAT MS. BLAKENEY, ON JUNE 1st, Committed a crime by hitting your car with either her car or an object, and failed to stop, and that you made a police report with regard to that.
00:04:11>> Yes.
00:04:11>> Judge Judy: I'd like to see it.
00:04:17>> Oh, I'm sorry.
00:04:18It's right here.
00:04:19>> Judge Judy: Hmm?
00:04:19>> You ready to listen?
00:04:20>> Judge Judy: I'm not listening to anything.
00:04:22>> It's a 911 tape!
00:04:23Okay.
00:04:24>> Judge Judy: All I'm doing is -- I asked you for a police report.
00:04:29>> Well, the thing is, the police told me to go to the commissioner.
00:04:32I went to the commissioner, filed the charges with him.
00:04:35That's why they were dropped.
00:04:37>> Judge Judy: No.
00:04:37Listen to me, sir.
00:04:38You say that somebody hit your car and that it was her.
00:04:42I assume, since you know it was her, you took down a license plate, you took down the make -- >> I didn't know who she was, but I wrote down her license-plate number, yes.
00:04:49>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:04:50Then that would be in a police report.
00:04:52So the question is, do you or do you not have a police report that you fi-- hey!
00:04:58[ Raps desk ] my mouth is still moving.
00:05:01[ Laughter ] you got a problem.
00:05:03I feel sorry for you.
00:05:04>> [ Chuckles ] >> Judge Judy: I do.
00:05:07I feel sorry for you.
00:05:08>> Thank you.
00:05:09>> Judge Judy: Question is, do you or do you not have a police report that youfiledon JUNE THE 1st?
00:05:16>> I have a 911 tape where i called the police.
00:05:19Then the police came out to me and told me to go to the -- >> Judge Judy: Don't tell me what they told you!
00:05:24Carefully pay attention to me!
00:05:26Hearsay is not admissible.
00:05:29You can't tell me what a police OFFICER SAID TO YOU ON JUNE 1st.
00:05:33Now, how old are you?
00:05:34>> I'm 25.
00:05:35>> Judge Judy: You're 25.
00:05:37I've been in the law business for over 45 years.
00:05:40I've been practicing and trying criminal cases for well over 30.
00:05:46When someone is a crime victim and they report the matter to the police, they can get, if they ask for it, a copy of the police report that they filed.
00:05:58Now, the answer is, you do or do not have a police report?
00:06:02>> I guess not.
00:06:04>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:06:05Now, what you do say you have is a 911 tape that you got from the police department?
00:06:13>> I guess so.
00:06:14>> Judge Judy: Ms. blakeney.
00:06:15>> Good morning.
00:06:16>> Judge Judy: I'm not dealing with him anymore.
00:06:18He clearly has a problem.
00:06:20I don't know whether he has a psychiatric problem.
00:06:23I don't know whether he has a drug problem.
00:06:26I don't know.
00:06:27His mother knows, and he knows.
00:06:29But I don't deal with that kind of attitude.
00:06:31There's only one attitude here, and that would be mine.
00:06:34[ Laughter ] so now I'm gonna ask you to tell me, please, what happened on june 19.
00:06:40>> JUNE 19th, I WAS TRAVELING TO Work, which was in hanover, maryland, at the time.
00:06:44>> Judge Judy: Stand between them, would you, please?
00:06:46>> And I was traveling from annapolis, which is about 30 minutes away from the job -- the then-job, 'cause I don't work there anymore.
00:06:54Basically, I noticed him following me very closely because he was on my bumper.
00:06:59When we got about 15 minutes into me traveling to work, he then sped up, went to the left of me -- 'cause I moved out of the left lane into the middle lane -- he moved to the left.
00:07:10That's when I noticed him again, and I see something coming towards my window which looks like a rock.
00:07:14I don't know if he carries rocks in his car, but -- it hit my window, and he went three lanes over.
00:07:20I'm a photographer, so I had my camera on my seat, on, at the time.
00:07:25I grabbed my camera and was shaking a little bit, but i actually got a good picture of him with my telephoto lens.
00:07:29>> Judge Judy: Who is this gentleman?
00:07:31>> This is my significant other.
00:07:33>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:07:34Do you have that picture?
00:07:35>> I do.
00:07:35>> Judge Judy: Would you give it to him?
00:07:38>> I have a couple blown up.
00:07:39>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:07:40Would you bring those up to me, sir, please?
00:07:43Thank you.
00:07:45Thanks.
00:07:54Uncross your arms.
00:07:57Put your hands on the table.
00:07:58>> There you go.
00:07:59>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:08:00>> Is that what you want?
00:08:01>> Judge Judy: That's exactly what I want.
00:08:03>> Okay.
00:08:03That's all you had to say.
00:08:04>> Judge Judy: Go ahead.
00:08:05>> I took the picture of him.
00:08:07I'm surprised there was no accident, because he went from the extreme left lane off of the exit and flipped me the finger, as you can see.
00:08:16The telephoto lens takes a wide scope of things.
00:08:18I blew up the pictures, but i got his tag number, his profile of his face, and his finger.
00:08:22>> Judge Judy: I see his number.
00:08:23Based upon that, you filed a police report?
00:08:25>> Yes.
00:08:26>> Judge Judy: Do you have a copy of the police report?
00:08:28>> I tried to, which is on -- >> Judge Judy: No, no!
00:08:30The answer is you do not have one?
00:08:32>> No, I don't.
00:08:33>> Judge Judy: Okay.
00:08:34Now, do you have a certificate from the court of disposition of the case he filed against you?
00:08:39>> I do.
00:08:39>> Judge Judy: I'd like to see it.
00:08:41Tell me your name, sir.
00:08:42>> Ambakisye burrell.
00:08:43>> Judge Judy: burrell, would you stand up, please?
00:08:46You're gonna be of assistance to me.
00:08:50 burrell, would you hand that to me, please?
00:08:58So, this is a certificate of disposition of your case.
00:09:02Everything was dismissed.
00:09:03No fines. no penalties.
00:09:05MR. McKISSON, DO YOU HAVE A Similar certificate with regard to the case that was heard on november 20th with regard to your complaint against ms. blakeney?
00:09:14>> I'm sure there is, but all i have is a letter from my attorney.
00:09:17>> Judge Judy: I'm not interested in the letter from your attorney.
00:09:20I'm interested in the certificate of disposition.
00:09:22>> I don't have a piece of paper like that.
00:09:24I'm sorry.
00:09:24>> Judge Judy: Great.
00:09:25Now, can you give me the license-plate number of your car?
00:09:30>> It's 6 [bleep] I believe.
00:09:32>> Judge Judy: Now, MR. McKISSON, NOW -- SINCE YOU Understand the way I run my courtroom, I'm gonna come back to you again, sir.
00:09:40The tape that you have, allegedly, in there -- is that tape a tape that was secured either by you or by your attorney from the police department of the 911 call that YOU MADE ON JUNE THE 1st?
00:09:57>> Yes, I believe so.
00:09:59>> Byrd: You don't have to keep bending down, man.
00:10:01They can hear you.
00:10:02>> Okay.
00:10:02Thank you very much.
00:10:03>> Byrd: You're welcome.
00:10:04>> Judge Judy: Take it out of the machine.
00:10:07>> Well, actually, this is a ..
00:10:10This is not my original.
00:10:12This is something they made to format for this player.
00:10:15>> Judge Judy: I don't listen to formats for that.
00:10:17>> Okay.
00:10:18>> Judge Judy: Now, I'm gonna give you aslightamount of latitude before I go any further.
00:10:24When you allegedly made the call to the police that someone had hit your car and taken off, did you indicate the make, model, and license plate of the car?
00:10:35>> Yes, I did.
00:10:36But I just want to let you know that I couldn't secure that tape from the morning time.
00:10:41This is a tape from the evening, 'cause I made more than one call, and my attorney said he could not get that tape.
00:10:46But, yes, I did give them the make and model.
00:10:48I wrote it down and everything -- a red dodge charger, and I don't remember the license plate exactly by heart, but it's something like what she said.
00:10:56[ Laughter ] >> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:11:01..
00:11:02>> Judge Judy:..Some stupid story that he bought the car and you were leasing it from him, which I don't believe.
00:11:07Before you even tell me, I don't believe that story, okay?
00:11:10So let's do, like, a windshield wiper in your brain.
00:11:13Get rid of that story.
00:11:14[ Laughter ],,,,,,,, >> Announcer: Closed captioning ..
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00:12:54>> Announcer: Real cases.
00:12:56Real people.
00:12:57" jodi blakeney says fellow MOTORIST stephen McKisson falsely accused her of throwing an object at his car.
00:13:06Stephen is countersuing for car damage, false allegations, and bail.
00:13:11>> Judge Judy: Now, I have a certificate of disposition that she brought that indicates what the disposition of her case was.
00:13:18Everything was dismissed.
00:13:19There were no fines, no judgments.
00:13:22You had the capacity, and you had an attorney!
00:13:24So, certainly, your attorney has this certificate of disposition.
00:13:28>> I'm sure he does!
00:13:29>> Judge Judy: And you knew that you weren't coming today to go to the beach.
00:13:33We were going to court.
00:13:34And you have a counterclaim, and your counterclaim was that you had to hire an attorney because she made these allegations against you.
00:13:41So all you have to do is get your attorney to get you your certificate of disposition from the state of maryland.
00:13:46You chose not to do that.
00:13:47I hold that against you.
00:13:49Now, all I can tell you is you acknowledge in your answer that you paid for the damage to her car, which means that I know thatyouknow that you damaged her car.
00:14:02And that's the only reason you paid for the damage to her car.
00:14:05>> No, it is not.
00:14:06>> Judge Judy: I don't care.
00:14:08That's what I find.
00:14:09>> I'm not going to jail over false accusations.
00:14:11And I would have went to jail.
00:14:12>> Judge Judy: That's what I -- I'm sorry that you can't get help for him.
00:14:15>> I'm sorryyouneed help, as well.
00:14:17>> Judge Judy: You've probably been trying for a long time.
00:14:20Judgment for the plaintiff in the amount of $3,000.
00:14:22The counterclaim's dismissed.
00:14:23That's all. step out.
00:14:24>> That'll work for me!
00:14:25>> Byrd: Parties are excused, sir.
00:14:27>> Over with.
00:14:28What really happened is she's a liar.
00:14:30She threw something at my vehicle.
00:14:31She knows it.
00:14:32>> Based on the type of driver he is, he probably has these things happening all the time.
00:14:36>> I flicked her off, because two weeks earlier than that, she threw something at me!
00:14:40I remembered who she was!
00:14:41>> He has a rap sheet of 55 items, so I'm not surprised.
00:14:44>> She was waving a camera at me!
00:14:46I flicked her off!
00:14:47! no!
00:14:48>> I'm glad that she was able to see what type of person he was.
00:14:52>> She has 45 years, like she said, experience.
00:14:55>> But I thank judge judy for the decision that she made.
00:14:58>> I have nothing, so what do you expect?
00:15:01I'm sorry I wasn't prepared.
00:15:02>> Announcer: And now the next se.
00:15:04>> Byrd: All parties in the MATTER OF DIONNE vs. MYRAND, Step forward, please.
00:15:09>> Announcer: 23-Year-old patricia dionne is suing her ex-boyfriend adam myrand for the return of car payments for a vehicle he sold without her permission.
00:15:18>> Judge Judy: Two people who live together should never buy property together, never buy a car together, never take a loan out together.
00:15:28Always gets very messy.
00:15:30However, it does keep me in ..
00:15:33[ Laughter ] now, this is what your sad story is about.
00:15:37This used to be your boyfriend.
00:15:39Must have been that you had ..
00:15:41>> Mm-hmm.
00:15:41>> Judge Judy:..Because you wanted a car, and you couldn't get a loan in your name.
00:15:45According to you, boyfriend said, "we'll buy a car.
00:15:48I'll put it in my name.
00:15:50The loan is in my name.
00:15:52It's your car, but you have to " >> yes.
00:15:54>> Judge Judy: That's what you say.
00:15:56He's got some stupid story that he bought the car and you were leasing it from him, which i don't believe.
00:16:01Before you even tell me, I don't believe that story, because you don't act like an avis with your girlfriend, who you're sharing a bed with and sharing a life with.
00:16:11It doesn't make sense, okay?
00:16:13So let's do, like, a windshield wiper in your brain.
00:16:17Get rid of that story.
00:16:18[ Laughter ] >> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:16:22>> Judge Judy:..And told you some story about a recall, and he took the car, and he refused to return it to you.
00:16:27Is that what happened?
00:16:28>> That's what happened.
00:16:29>> Judge Judy: Listen.
00:16:30>> Your honor -- >> Judge Judy: I know I could let you tell your story, but then what fun would I have?
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00:20:14>> Announcer: Real cases.
00:20:16Real people.
00:20:17" patricia dionne claims ex-boyfriend adam myrand sold her car behind her back.
00:20:25Adam says patricia wasn't making her payments on time.
00:20:28>> Judge Judy: Now, this car was purchased in what year?
00:20:32>> It was purchased in november 2011.
00:20:34>> Judge Judy: November of 2011.
00:20:36And what were the monthly payments?
00:20:38>> It was $244.19.
00:20:39>> Judge Judy: And you were making those payments.
00:20:41>> Yes, and sometimes more.
00:20:43>> Judge Judy: So -- but those were the monthly payments.
00:20:45>> Yes.
00:20:45>> Judge Judy: And when did the two of you separate?
00:20:48>> We separated in september of 2012.
00:20:50>> Judge Judy: And you took the car with you.
00:20:52>> Yes.
00:20:52>> Judge Judy: And you made september's car payment?
00:20:55>> Yes.
00:20:55>> Judge Judy: And you paid october's car payment?
00:20:57>> Yes.
00:20:58>> Judge Judy: And what about november?
00:21:00>> I paid november, too.
00:21:01>> Judge Judy: What happened in december?
00:21:03>> In december -- >> Judge Judy: Don't look over there!
00:21:07>> It was december 14th of 2012.
00:21:09>> Judge Judy: When were you supposed to make the car payment?
00:21:12>> Oh, I was supposed to make the payment at least by the 10th of december.
00:21:16>> Judge Judy: And you hadn't made it.
00:21:17>> No, I did not.
00:21:18>> Judge Judy: So he took the car back.
00:21:20>> That's not true.
00:21:21>> Judge Judy: Well, hedidtake the car back.
00:21:23He called you and told you some story about a recall, and he took the car, and he refused to return it to you.
00:21:29So he took the car back!
00:21:31>> Right.
00:21:31>> Judge Judy: Right.
00:21:32I don't care what he told you.
00:21:33So he told you a fib so that there wasn't a big scene.
00:21:36Is that what happened?
00:21:37>> That's what happened.
00:21:38>> Judge Judy: Told you a fib.
00:21:39 you know, I -- >> your honor -- >> Judge Judy: I know I could let you tell your story, but then what fun would I have?
00:21:45..
00:21:46[ Laughter ] ...because there was stuff going on for his birthday I had already purchased and paid for.
00:21:52Well, we broke up.
00:21:53He agreed to make that payment, and I would pay him back.
00:21:56On the day he took the car, i gave him that money.
00:21:58>> Judge Judy: Did you have an agreement with her, sir?
00:22:01>> I did have agreement that I'd make the payment for her, but i had no choice at that point.
00:22:05It's in my name, my credit.
00:22:06>> Judge Judy: You agreed to make the payment.
00:22:08Tell me about the conversation that you had with her.
00:22:10>> She had planned to take me out to my birthday and a couple friends, but we broke up.
00:22:14At that point, I told her that i would make the payments, and she agreed to pay me back.
00:22:19She paid me back late, obviously, and, in between the process, threatened to stop making payments and made a joke out of it in a text she sent me.
00:22:25>> Judge Judy: Do you have that text?
00:22:27>> I do.
00:22:27>> Judge Judy: I'd like to see it.
00:22:38Well, what did you mean by this text?
00:22:41>> Well, what had happened was, to several of my friends, he kept causing problems, saying I'm saying things, causing drama.
00:22:49>> Judge Judy:..?
00:22:50>> And I confronted him about it, and we were fighting, and i said it out of being mad.
00:22:55But I relied on my car.
00:22:56I worked six days a week.
00:22:58I needed my car!
00:22:59I would never not pay it.
00:23:00>> Judge Judy: Now you should go buy one!
00:23:02[ Laughter ] >> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
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00:23:34",, >> Judge Judy: Now, did you get another car?
00:25:15>> No, I still don't have a car.
00:25:17>> Judge Judy: What's wrong with your credit?
00:25:19>> Well, I have like no credit.
00:25:21And I was married before, and he had terrible credit, and i acquired his credit when we got our divorce.
00:25:26>> Judge Judy: So you have bad credit.
00:25:27>> Mm-hmm.
00:25:28>> Judge Judy: He doesn't want bad credit.
00:25:30How many more years did you have to go on this car loan?
00:25:32>> Five more years.
00:25:33>> Judge Judy: Five more years.
00:25:35>> Yes.
00:25:35>> Judge Judy: And he doesn't want to be attached to you for five years.
00:25:38Who is this?
00:25:39>> It's my dad.
00:25:40>> Judge Judy: Do you have good credit?
00:25:41>> All-right credit.
00:25:42Not great credit, but -- >> Judge Judy: Well, maybe he can help you.
00:25:45He doesn't want to be attached to you for the next five years, and he's very smart not to be attached to you for the next five years.
00:25:51>> I just wish he would have at least gave me a chance to take his name off of it.
00:25:55But he didn't, the way that he took it.
00:25:56>> Judge Judy: Your father will help you.
00:25:58Get your father to help you.
00:25:59He'll always be your father.
00:26:01He's not your boyfriend anymore.
00:26:02He doesn't want to be attached to you.
00:26:04And I feel perfectly comfortable doing it, because you missed december's payment.
00:26:08And when he came to get the car, you may have given him the money, but you'd missed december's payment.
00:26:13So can't help you.
00:26:13Now, what do you want?
00:26:14Nothing? are we done here?
00:26:15>> No. yes.
00:26:16>> Judge Judy: Perfect.
00:26:17Thank you. that's all.
00:26:18>> Byrd: Parties are excused.
00:26:19You may step out.
00:26:20>> Announcer: "Judge judy" continues in a moment.
00:26:23..
00:26:42>> He is actually a narcissist.
00:26:45He actually is extremely full of himself.
00:26:47>> I'm not sure if she even knows what the word "narcissist" even means.
00:26:51>> He's very controlling.
00:26:52He -- if it doesn't go his ..
00:26:54>> You've seen it.
00:26:56I mean, she's a child.
00:26:57..Then he's just mad at everyone.
00:26:59He's actually a terrible person.
00:27:01>> Date somebody that has a reading level higher than age 7.
00:27:05>> To never date anybody like him.
00:27:07>> I mean, never date someone that has a sour attitude and is obtuse.
00:27:10>> Simple as that. he's a loser.
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