Judge Faith – She Let Gangbangers Crash My Pad; Terror in the Dollhouse (Season 1: Episode #144)

Judge Faith – She Let Gangbangers Crash My Pad; Terror in the Dollhouse (Season 1: Episode #144)

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ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON “JUDGE FAITH,” TENANT TROUBLE…>>I THOUGHT SHE WAS VERY RESPONSIBLE. JUDGE: WHAT IS THE REASON YOU DIDN’T PAY RENT IN JANUARY?>>WELL, YOUR HONOR, SHE WAS GONE FOR 3 WEEKS, OK, AND– JUDGE: WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH ANYTHING?>>I WAS TAKING CARE OF HER DOG, AND, UM, AND HE POOPED A LOT, YOU KNOW. HE, LIKE–I–I PICKED UP DOG POOP EVERYWHERE, AND– JUDGE: OK, AND WHAT–WHAT ARE YOU SAYING, EXACTLY? BECAUSE YOU DID THAT–>>WELL, I’M JUST SAYING I DIDN’T HAVE THE MONEY AT THE TIME AND– JUDGE: DID YOU PAY JANUARY RENT?>>NO. ANNOUNCER: AND A PAINTING PREDICAMENT. JUDGE: DID YOU HAVE PERMISSION TO SPRAY-PAINT THE WALL IN THE ROOM?>>WELL, SHE SAID I COULD PAINT MY ROOM, BUT, YOU KNOW, I–I JUST MADE IT LOOK REALLY BRIGHT. LOOKS NICE. JUDGE: OK. I MEAN, THAT’S VERY DIFFERENT FROM PAINTING A ROOM. ANNOUNCER: AND JUDGE FAITH SETS HOUSE RULES.>>I DID NOT ALLOW HER FRIENDS. I DID NOT WANT ALL THESE PEOPLE HERE.>>OH, BUT HER CHURCH FRIENDS ARE OK. JUDGE: BECAUSE–WELL, IT’S HER HOUSE. IT’S HER APARTMENT.>>EXACTLY. JUDGE: YOU LIVE THERE. I MEAN, YOU KNOW, SO SHE SETS THE RULES IN PLACE. YOU SORT OF HAVE TO ABIDE BY THEM. 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 DENISE BAILEY SAYS HER FORMER ROOMMATE WAS A NIGHTMARE AND THAT SHE DID LOTS OF DAMAGE TO HER PROPERTY. SHE’S SUING FOR $5,000 IN PROPERTY DAMAGE. DEFENDANT CLAUDETTE BURKE SAYS THAT SHE DOESN’T OWE THE MONEY BECAUSE SHE PAID BY CLEANING AND DOING LANDSCAPE WORK. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR $620 FOR UTILITY BILLS. BARBARA: REMAIN SEATED AND COME TO ORDER. COURT IS NOW IN SESSION, THE HONORABLE JUDGE FAITH JENKINS PRESIDING. FIRST CASE, YOUR HONOR– BAILEY VERSUS BURKE. JUDGE: THANK YOU, BARBARA. MISS BAILEY, YOU’RE HERE TODAY SUING YOUR FORMER ROOMMATE FOR $5,000 FOR PAST-DUE RENT AND DAMAGES TO YOUR APARTMENT. AND MISS BURKE, YOU SAY YOU DON’T OWE BECAUSE YOU DID WORK TO PAY OFF THE RENT. YOU’RE COUNTERSUING FOR $620 FOR A TV AND ELECTRIC BILL? BURKE: CORRECT. JUDGE: OK. MISS BAILEY, WHAT’S GOING ON? BAILEY: OK, WELL, I MET THE DEFENDANT IN 2013 OF NOVEMBER THROUGH A MUTUAL FRIEND, AND, UM, SHE NEEDED A PLACE TO LIVE. AND I HAD A ROOM SHE COULD RENT, AND WE HUNG OUT FOR THE FIRST WEEK, YOU KNOW, ‘CAUSE I’M A WELDER SO I TRAVEL A LOT. JUDGE: HOW DID THE TWO OF YOU MEET? BAILEY: THROUGH A MUTUAL FRIEND. JUDGE: OK. BAILEY: AND– JUDGE: WHAT WERE THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THAT MEETING? BURKE: AT A BAR. JUDGE: AT A BAR? OK. BAILEY: DON’T INTERRUPT. BUT ANYWAYS–[CHUCKLES]. UM, OK, UM, SO WE HUNG OUT FOR A WEEK AND SHE WAS–WE WERE HAVING FUN. SHE’S FUNNY AND I THOUGHT SHE WAS VERY RESPONSIBLE. [BURKE SCOFFS] AND, UM, APPARENTLY SHE’S NOT. JUDGE: AFTER KNOWING HER FOR A WEEK, YOU THOUGHT SHE WAS RESPONSIBLE? BAILEY: WELL, YEAH. JUDGE: JUST CURIOUS. BAILEY: WELL, SHE ACTUALLY– I MEAN, SHE SEEMED NICE, YOU KNOW, AND SHE DIDN’T…YEAH. BURKE: I AM RESPONSIBLE. BAILEY: NO, SHE’S NOT RESPONSIBLE. JUDGE: AND WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? DON’T INTERRUPT, PLEASE. BURKE: SORRY, MA’AM. BAILEY: THANK YOU. JUDGE: WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THE WEEK? BAILEY: OK, WELL, I LEFT FOR, UM, TO ALASKA, ON THE PIPELINE. AND, UM, I COME BACK ABOUT 3 WEEKS LATER. JUDGE: WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY A PIPELINE? YOU WORK ON A PIPELINE? BAILEY: YES. I’M A WELDER. JUDGE: OK. THAT’S PRETTY COOL. BAILEY: YEAH. JUDGE: ALL RIGHT. BAILEY: KEEPS ME BUSY. BURKE: FOR A GIRL. BAILEY: UM, AND WHEN I GOT BACK ABOUT 3 WEEKS LATER, I SEE THESE BIKES OUTSIDE MY PLACE. JUDGE: YOU SAW BIKES? BAILEY: NOT MOTORCYCLES. BIKES. JUDGE: OK. BAILEY: OK. UM, SHE HAD, UM– I SEEN GANGBANGERS. JUDGE: WAIT. HOLD ON A SECOND. I THINK YOU’RE GETTING AHEAD OF ME. SO, AT SOME POINT, THE TWO OF YOU DECIDE TO LIVE TOGETHER. YOU’RE ALREADY LIVING IN AN APARTMENT OR HOUSE? BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: OK, HOW MANY BEDROOMS? BAILEY: TWO. JUDGE: HOW MANY BATHROOMS? BAILEY: TWO. JUDGE: AND THE TWO OF YOU HAVE A DISCUSSION, AND YOU DECIDE THAT YOU’RE GOING TO INVITE HER TO LIVE WITH YOU AS A ROOMMATE? BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: SHE AGREED TO PAY RENT? BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: DID THE TWO OF YOU SIGN A LEASE AGREEMENT? BAILEY: YES. JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE A COPY OF THAT? BAILEY: YES, I DO. JUDGE: LET ME SEE IT. OK, SO WHEN DO YOU HAVE THE DISCUSSION ABOUT PAYING RENT? LIKE, WHAT MONTH IS THIS? WHAT MONTH AND YEAR? BAILEY: DECEMBER 1, 2013. JUDGE: OK, SO YOU MEET IN NOVEMBER… BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: AND THEN IN DECEMBER, YOU HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT HER BECOMING YOUR ROOMMATE? BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: OK. WAS SHE WORKING AT THE TIME? BAILEY: YES. JUDGE: WHERE WAS SHE WORKING? BAILEY: SHE’S AN ENTERTAINER. THOSE, LIKE– BURKE: I HAVE SHOWS. BAILEY: FOXY BOXERS. JUDGE: WHAT KIND OF ENTERTAINMENT WERE YOU DOING? BURKE: WELL, I HAVE, UM, WELL, UM, I HAVE 5 SHOWS. WE BOX IN BIKINIS AND, UM, WELL, I’M AN EX-“PENTHOUSE” PET, AND ALL THE GIRLS FROM “PENTHOUSE”– BAILEY: SHE’S A PET. JUDGE: WHAT IS–WHAT IS–I’M SORRY. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT IS. BOX IN BIKINIS? BURKE: I KNOW, MISS–YOUR HONOR. I–I SAW YOU. YOU WERE FIRST RUNNER-UP IN MISS AMERICA PAGEANT. BY THE WAY, YOU SHOULD HAVE WON. HA HA! BY THE WAY. ANYWAYS, UM–MISS LOUISIANA, RIGHT? JUDGE: YES. BURKE: YEAH, SO YOU KNOW WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT. JUDGE: YOU DID YOUR HOMEWORK. I GET IT. BURKE: YEAH, OK. AND, UM, SO, LIKE, LIKE, WE HAVE 5 SHOWS. WE BOX IN BATHING SUITS AND, UM, THE BAR HIRES US AND THEY’RE STANDING-ROOM ONLY, AND THAT’S HOW I MET MISS BAILEY. JUDGE: BUT WHAT DO YOU DO IN THE SHOW, EXACTLY? I’M NOT SURE BECAUSE I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT. BURKE: WE DANCE AND WE–WELL, WE DON’T DANCE. WE–WE BOX IN BATHING SUITS. WE ACTUALLY REALLY BOX. JUDGE: AND THAT’S HOW YOU EARN MONEY? BURKE: CORRECT, UH-HUH. JUDGE: AND HOW MUCH WERE YOU EARNING AT THE TIME? BURKE: AT THE TIME, WELL, I HAD 5 SHOWS WHEN I FIRST MET HER, UM, BUT THEN I GOT 3 OF THEM CANCELED ‘CAUSE TWO OF MY GIRLS GOT INJURED PRETTY BAD. BUT, UM, SO THEY PAY US–THEY WOULD PAY ME A THOUSAND DOLLARS. I’D PAY THE GIRLS, WHICH WAS 4 GIRLS TO 6, UM, $40 FOR AN HOUR’S WORK OF BOXING, AND I WAS MAKING GOOD MONEY, REALLY GOOD MONEY. JUDGE: OK, AND HOW DID YOU GET STARTED IN THAT SORT OF PROFESSION? BURKE: HOW DID I GET STARTED? WELL, LIKE I SAID, I WAS IN THE PAGEANTRY MYSELF. I’VE BEEN DOING THAT MY–MOST OF MY LIFE. I WAS “PENTHOUSE” PET AND– BAILEY: OH, SHE WAS A PET. JUDGE: HOLD ON A SECOND, UM, MISS– BURKE: DON’T INTERRUPT. BAILEY: MM-HMM. BURKE: SO ANYWAYS, UM, LIKE, LIKE, I’VE ALWAYS DONE THE ENTERTAINING, YOU KNOW, FIELD. JUDGE: I WAS JUST CURIOUS ABOUT IT. I WAS JUST CURIOUS ABOUT HOW YOU GOT STARTED DOING THAT. BURKE: WE’RE JUST ENTERTAINERS. THAT’S WHY THAT SHE THINKS I HAVE GANGBANGER FRIENDS. THAT’S WHAT TYPE OF CROWD FOLLOWS, YOU KNOW, FOR WHAT I DO. JUDGE: SO YOU WERE DOING THAT IN DECEMBER, YOU WERE EARNING ABOUT A THOUSAND DOLLARS A WEEK? BURKE: CORRECT. JUDGE: OK. AND SO DID YOU PAY DECEMBER RENT WHEN YOU MOVED IN? BURKE: YES, I DID. JUDGE: AND HOW MUCH DID YOU PAY? BURKE: 800. JUDGE: IS THAT TRUE? BAILEY: YES. JUDGE: OK. WAS THERE A–BECAUSE I SEE THAT YOU’RE SUING FOR DAMAGES. DID YOU REQUIRE HER TO PUT DOWN A SECURITY DEPOSIT? BAILEY: NO, I DID NOT. JUDGE: WHAT WAS THE REASON FOR THAT? BAILEY: BECAUSE I JUST DIDN’T ASK HER FOR IT. I TRUSTED HER. YOU KNOW, I FELT LIKE– THAT WE WERE FRIENDS. JUDGE: SO YOU DIDN’T REQUIRE HER TO PAY A SECURITY DEPOSIT, BUT SHE DOES PAY DECEMBER RENT? BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: WHAT ABOUT JANUARY? BAILEY: NO, SHE DIDN’T. JUDGE: OK, AND WHAT WAS THE REASON YOU DIDN’T PAY RENT IN JANUARY?>>WELL, YOUR HONOR, SHE WAS GONE FOR 3 WEEKS, OK, AND– JUDGE: WHAT DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH ANYTHING?>>I WAS TAKING CARE OF HER DOG, AND, UM, AND HE POOPED A LOT, YOU KNOW. HE, LIKE–I–I PICKED UP DOG POOP EVERYWHERE, AND– JUDGE: OK, AND WHAT–WHAT ARE YOU SAYING, EXACTLY? BECAUSE YOU DID THAT–>>WELL, I’M JUST SAYING I DIDN’T HAVE THE MONEY AT THE TIME BECAUSE I HAD–LIKE I SAID, MY SHOW, TWO OF MY SHOWS, 3 OF MY SHOWS GOT CANCELED, SO I HAD–I TOLD HER I WAS GOING TO BE A LITTLE LATE ON THE RENT, YOU KNOW? JUDGE: DID YOU PAY JANUARY RENT? BURKE: NO. JUDGE: OK, SO YOU OWE FOR JANUARY. BURKE: YEAH. JUDGE: AND, PLAINTIFF, DURING THIS TIME, YOU SAY YOU HAD SOME ISSUES WITH HER. WHAT WAS GOING ON INSIDE OF THE APARTMENT? BAILEY: WELL, FIRST OF ALL, YOU CAN JUST SEE. JUDGE: OH, OK. BAILEY: THIS IS WHAT SHE DID TO THE ROOM. BURKE: IT’S ART. JUDGE: YOU HAVE A POINTER AND A POSTER BOARD. BAILEY: IT’S NOT ART IN THE BEDROOM. I WOULD THINK SHE’D HAVE A LITTLE– JUDGE: WAIT. WHAT IS THIS A PICTURE OF? BAILEY: OH, THIS IS A PICTURE OF HER ROOM… JUDGE: OK. BAILEY: THAT I RENTED TO HER. SHE HAD PUT “LOVE,” “PEACE,” “HAPPY”– BURKE: THAT’S RIGHT, ‘CAUSE IT IS COOL. BAILEY: AND THERE IS– BURKE: IT’S NOT–IT’S NOT– JUDGE: HOLD ON A SECOND. BURKE: SORRY. BAILEY: SHE DID NOT ASK… JUDGE: I WANT HER TO EXPLAIN IT TO ME. BAILEY: AND, UM– BURKE: I DIDN’T HAVE TO. IT WAS MY ROOM. BAILEY: I MEAN, SHE EVEN DID HER FURNITURE. THAT’S HER FURNITURE, THOUGH, BY THE WAY. BUT, UM, “PEACE” AND LOOK–A HAPPY FACE AND SHE PUT ALL THIS LINGERIE UP ON THE WALL. JUDGE: OK, SO THIS IS A COLLAGE OF PICTURES THAT YOU CREATED– BAILEY: YEAH, I DID THIS SO I COULD SHOW YOU… JUDGE: ARE THESE– BAILEY: THE MESS. JUDGE: ARE THESE PAINTINGS OR– BAILEY: NO. THEY’RE, LIKE, SPRAY PAINT. JUDGE: ON THE WALL? BAILEY: YEAH. BURKE: IT’S GRAFFITI, BUT IT’S NOT– JUDGE: OK, BUT DID YOU HAVE PERMISSION TO SPRAY-PAINT THE WALL IN THE ROOM? BURKE: WELL, SHE SAID I COULD PAINT MY ROOM, BUT, YOU KNOW, I–I JUST MADE IT LOOK REALLY BRIGHT. LOOKS NICE. JUDGE: OK. I MEAN, THAT’S VERY DIFFERENT FROM PAINTING A ROOM, UM, AND SO– BAILEY: AND THE CARPET. SHE PAINTED THE CARPET, TOO. JUDGE: OK, SO YOU–YOU CAME HOME ONE DAY… BURKE: ACCIDENT. JUDGE: AND YOU SAW ALL OF THIS IN THE ROOM? BAILEY: YES. ANNOUNCER: COMING UP, DID SHE LET GANGBANGERS CRASH HER PAD? BAILEY: SO I WALK IN AND I SEE THESE GUYS. THEY WERE, LIKE, TATTED UP AND SMOKING OUT OF A HOOKAH. THEY WERE SMOKING POT OUT OF IT. JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION? BURKE: DO I? UM, UM, WELL, NO. BAILEY: YEAH, SHE DOES. SHE’S CRAZY. JUDGE: THAT REQUIRES– [GALLERY LAUGHS] ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF DENISE BAILEY SAYS HER FORMER ROOMMATE WAS A NIGHTMARE AND THAT SHE DID LOTS OF DAMAGE TO HER PROPERTY. SHE’S SUING FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE. DEFENDANT CLAUDETTE BURKE SAYS SHE DOESN’T OWE THE MONEY BECAUSE SHE PAID BY CLEANING AND DOING LANDSCAPING WORK. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR UTILITY BILLS. JUDGE: UH, SO, DEFENDANT, THIS IS YOUR ROOM. CAN YOU–WHAT IS THAT? WHAT IS ALL THAT? BAILEY: EXACTLY. BURKE: WELL, IT’S KIND OF A MESS RIGHT NOW, BUT, UM, IT–IT WAS, UH, THEY’RE JUST, LIKE, THINGS HANGING ON MY WALL. I JUST– THERE’S, YOU KNOW, THAT THING UP THERE’S A CANOPY, AND SHE KIND OF–SHE GOT ME ON A MESSY DAY THERE. I DON’T BELIEVE YOU HAVE THAT. THIS IS USUALLY CLEAN, SO–BUT, UM, YEAH, THOSE ARE JUST LINGERIE THINGS. JUDGE: OH, IS THAT SOMEONE LYING ON THE BED? BAILEY: THAT’S HER. JUDGE: OH, OK. BURKE: THAT’S ME ON MY CELL PHONE. JUDGE: OK. ALL RIGHT. BURKE: PROBABLY TRYING TO GET A HOLD OF HER. JUDGE: WHAT IS THIS? BURKE: THAT’S MY WALL. THOSE ARE ALL MY HATS AND JUST THIS LINGERIE THAT I PINNED UP ON THE WALL AND, UM, YOU KNOW. IT LOOKS GOOD–I– JUDGE: IS THERE A REASON WHY– HOW DID YOU PIN UP THE LINGERIE? BAILEY: WELL, FIRST OF ALL, SHE’S COVERING HOLES BEHIND ALL THAT. JUDGE: HOW DID YOU PIN UP THE LINGERIE? BURKE: I–I–WITH, UM, NAILS. JUDGE: OK. BURKE: SOME LITTLE, LIKE, TINY ONES. BAILEY: NO, BIG ONES. JUDGE: AND IS THERE ANY PARTICULAR REASON WHY YOU WANTED TO HANG UP YOUR LINGERIE? BURKE: BECAUSE I JUST THOUGHT IT LOOKED COOL. I LIKE CLUTTER. I LIKE IT LIKE THAT, YOU KNOW? BAILEY: SHE’S VERY CLUTTERED. JUDGE: MISS BAILEY, YOU HAVE TO STOP TALKING. BAILEY: I’M SORRY. BURKE: YEAH, I JUST LOOKED–TO ME, YOU KNOW, THAT’S ART, YOU KNOW. I DON’T KNOW. I–I LIKE IT. [GIGGLES] YOU KNOW. JUDGE: EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN PERSPECTIVE AND INTERPRETATION OF ART, RIGHT? BURKE: THANK YOU, YOUR HONOR. BAILEY: SHE PAINTED IT PURPLE. JUDGE: SO, UM, MISS BAILEY, YOU ALSO SAID THAT YOU HAD A PROBLEM WITH SOME OF THE FRIENDS THAT SHE BROUGHT HOME? BAILEY: OH, YES. I CAME HOME. LIKE I SAID, THERE WAS BIKES IN THE FRONT YARD. I COME, AFTER 3 WEEKS OF WORK, UM, I COME HOME– BURKE: THERE WERE ONLY TWO BIKES, YOUR HONOR, AND–AND– JUDGE: I DIDN’T ASK YOU ANYTHING. BURKE: I’M SORRY. JUDGE: GO AHEAD. BAILEY: AND, UM, SO I WALK IN AND I SEE THESE GUYS. THEY WERE, LIKE, TATTED UP AND SMOKING OUT OF A HOOKAH. SHE SAID IT WAS– BURKE: DON’T ACT LIKE YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE AND YOU DIDN’T KNOW– JUDGE: MISS BURKE. BAILEY: YOU SAID THEY WERE SMOKING FRUIT, BUT THEY WERE SMOKING POT OUT OF IT, ACTUALLY. [BURKE SCOFFS] JUDGE: OK. BURKE: WE MIGHT HAVE JUST SMOKED–IT WAS JUST PROBABLY FRUITY POT. JUDGE: MISS BURKE, DO YOU SMOKE POT? [LAUGHTER] YOU HAVE A– BURKE: SORRY? JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION? BURKE: DO I? UM, UM, WELL, NO. BAILEY: YEAH, SHE DOES. SHE’S CRAZY. JUDGE: THAT REQUIRES– [GALLERY LAUGHS AND APPLAUDS] BURKE: I MIGHT–OK, YOUR HONOR, I DO GET SSI, BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN THAT I’M CRAZY. I JUST HAVE A.D.D.– BAILEY: SHE GOES TO MENTAL– BURKE: A.D.D.H.D. I FORGET SOMETIMES. JUDGE: ALL RIGHT. SO–AND WHAT HAPPENED AFTER YOU–SO YOU WERE ON A TRIP AND YOU CAME HOME. BAILEY: YEAH, I WAS WORKING. I CAME HOME FROM WORK. JUDGE: YOU FOUND SOME OF HER FRIENDS THERE? BAILEY: YEAH. THEY WERE, LIKE, AROUND THE TABLE SMOKING POT. BURKE: WAIT. HOLD ON A MINUTE. HOLD UP. YOU CAME HOME AND YOU TOLD ME THAT YOU DIDN’T MIND THEY WERE THERE WHEN YOU SAID– BAILEY: NO. BURKE: WHEN YOU SAW THEM WALK– YES, YOU DID. BAILEY: NO. BURKE: AND THEN, WHEN THE GUY WAS ON THE FLOOR ASLEEP BECAUSE HE WAS DRINKING THE NIGHT BEFORE, I DIDN’T WANT HIM TO DRIVE HOME DRUNK, YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING? BAILEY: SO I TRIP OVER HIM. BURKE: YOU KICKED HIM. JUDGE: OK, TALK TO ME. TALK TO ME, MISS BAILEY. BAILEY: ANYWAYS, LIKE I SAID, I DID NOT ALLOW HER FRIENDS. I DID NOT WANT ALL THESE PEOPLE HERE. BURKE: OH, BUT HER CHURCH FRIENDS ARE OK. JUDGE: BECAUSE–WELL, IT’S HER HOUSE. IT’S HER APARTMENT. BAILEY: EXACTLY. JUDGE: YOU LIVE THERE. IF YOU– I MEAN, YOU KNOW, SO SHE SETS THE RULES IN PLACE. YOU SORT OF HAVE TO ABIDE BY THEM, AND YOU JUST TOLD ME YOU DIDN’T PAY JANUARY RENT, SO FRANKLY, YOU SHOULD BE TRYING TO BE THE PERFECT ROOMMATE. BAILEY: BEFORE THIS, I MEAN, IT WAS JUST PAINTED, THE “PEACE.” AND I SAID–SHE GOES, “WELL, YOU SAID I COULD PAINT MY ROOM,” AND I GO, “WELL, OK. THEN I GUESS SHE REALLY IS CRAZY,” I’M THINKING TO MYSELF, AND THEN I GOT UPSET AND I WENT IN MY ROOM AND I GO, “OK, I’M NOT GONNA”–BECAUSE I DO–I HAVE TO GO BACK OUT ON ANOTHER JOB, SO I WASN’T GONNA START TOO MUCH BACK THEN. BUT, UM, NEVERTHELESS, UM– JUDGE: DID YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE TRAVELING AND GOING AWAY… BAILEY: NO. JUDGE: FOR WEEKS AT A TIME, KNOWING THAT… BAILEY: NOT AFTER THIS. JUDGE: YOU HAD SOME PEOPLE THERE? BURKE: SHE HAD HER DAUGHTER COME EVERY OTHER DAY TO CHECK ON ME, SEEMED LIKE. MY FRIENDS HAD TO GO IN OUT THE WINDOW BECAUSE THEY WERE AFRAID OF HER, YOU KNOW? BAILEY: WELL, NO, IT’S BECAUSE I– [LAUGHTER] NO, THAT’S ‘CAUSE I TOLD HER I DON’T WANT HER FRIENDS THERE. SHE COULD STAY THERE, BUT I DIDN’T WANT HER GANGBANGER FRIENDS, ‘CAUSE I WAS BEING– BURKE: THEY’RE NOT GANGBANGERS. JUDGE: SO LET’S GO THROUGH–SO JANUARY RENT YOU DIDN’T PAY. WHAT ABOUT FEBRUARY? DID YOU PAY FEBRUARY? BURKE: I–OK, MY FRIENDS–MY “GANGBANGER” FRIENDS, THEY CAME OVER AND DID ALL OF HER YARD WORK, YOU KNOW, AND IT’S LIKE– BAILEY: YARD WORK? JUDGE: GANGBANGERS DO YARD WORK? BAILEY: THEY HAD–NO. THEY HAD BEER BOTTLES. THEY WERE CLEANING THEIR BEER BOTTLES UP. JUDGE: I DON’T UNDERSTAND– BURKE: OH, THEY HAD BOUGHT A CASE OF BEER AND THEY JUST CAME OVER AND MOWED THE LAWN– JUDGE: LADIES! LADIES! YOU’RE TALKING OVER ME NOW. BURKE: SORRY, MA’AM. JUDGE: FIRST YOU’RE TALKING OVER EACH OTHER, BUT NOW YOU’RE TALKING OVER ME, AND WE’RE GOING TO HAVE A PROBLEM IF YOU DON’T STOP. BURKE: SORRY, MISS JENKINS. JUDGE: I MEAN, YOU’RE CALLING THESE GUYS GANGBANGERS, AND WHEN SOMEONE SAYS “GANGBANGERS,” I HAVE A–A VISION OF WHAT THAT PERSON LOOKS LIKE IN MY MIND. BUT THEN YOU’RE TELLING ME THEY’RE PLANTING FLOWERS, SO I DON’T KNOW IF THEY’RE GANGBANGERS OR, YOU KNOW, LANDSCAPERS. BURKE: THEY JUST HAVE TATTOOS EVERYWHERE, THAT’S ALL. JUDGE: OK, SO, UM, SO WHAT ARE YOU SAYING? BECAUSE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS DID YARD WORK AND THINGS AROUND THE HOUSE, YOU DON’T OWE FEBRUARY RENT? BURKE: WELL, I FIGURED THAT, YOU KNOW, WATCHING HER DOG AND WATERING HER PLANTS– JUDGE: NO, MA’AM. THAT WASN’T THE AGREEMENT. HERE’S THE THING. YOU SIGNED A LEASE AGREEMENT TO PAY RENT ON A CERTAIN DAY. THAT MEANS YOU HAVE TO PAY. PEOPLE COME UP WITH ALL KINDS OF EXCUSES. IT DOESN’T MATTER. YOU HAVE TO PAY. I DON’T CARE IF YOU WERE COOKING GOURMET MEALS. [APPLAUSE] I DON’T CARE IF YOU WERE–YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS WERE DOING LANDSCAPING OUT IN THE YARD. I DON’T CARE IF YOU THINK YOU’RE THE NEXT UP-AND-COMING MARTHA STEWART. IT DOESN’T MATTER. YOU HAVE TO PAY RENT WHEN IT’S DUE, YOU UNDERSTAND? BURKE: YES, MA’AM. ANNOUNCER: NEXT ON “JUDGE FAITH,” BEHIND ON THE BILLS. BURKE: I PAID THE ELECTRIC BILL–WELL, MY SUGAR DADDY PAID THE ELECTRIC BILL. HE–HE– [GALLERY GROANS] HE DID– ANNOUNCER: AND JUDGE FAITH TELLS IT LIKE IT IS. JUDGE: WELL, HE DIDN’T PAY THE RENT, SO HE MUST NOT BE THAT GREAT OF A SUGAR DADDY, RIGHT? BAILEY: AND THE CHECK BOUNCED. ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF DENISE BAILEY SAYS HER FORMER ROOMMATE WAS A NIGHTMARE AND THAT SHE DID LOTS OF DAMAGE TO HER PROPERTY. SHE’S SUING FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE. DEFENDANT CLAUDETTE BURKE SAYS SHE DOESN’T OWE THE MONEY BECAUSE SHE PAID BY CLEANING AND DOING LANDSCAPING WORK. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR UTILITY BILLS. JUDGE: SO FEBRUARY, YOU DIDN’T PAY RENT. MARCH. DID YOU PAY RENT IN MARCH? BURKE: NO. JUDGE: AND THERE WAS NO AGREEMENT IN PLACE THAT YOU WOULD DO THINGS AROUND THE HOUSE INSTEAD OF PAYING RENT, CORRECT? BURKE: CORRECT. JUDGE: OK, AND THEN WE GET TO APRIL. YOU WERE THERE– BURKE: I GAVE HER MY TV, MY FLAT– JUDGE: NO, I DON’T CARE ABOUT YOU GIVING HER A TV. YOU’RE NOT PAYING RENT, AND THAT WAS A GIFT. IT DOESN’T MATTER. BAILEY: MY TV DISAPPEARED. JUDGE: YOU’RE TRYING TO BARTER THINGS–GOODS AND SERVICES INSTEAD OF RENT, AND THAT’S NOT THE AGREEMENT. SHE CAN’T KEEP THE LIGHTS ON WITH YOU JUST COOKING AROUND THE HOUSE. SHE NEEDS MONEY FOR THE RENT. BY THE WAY, WHAT IS YOUR COUNTERCLAIM? BURKE: WELL, I GAVE HER THAT TV AND, UM, UM, I WAS– JUDGE: THE OPERATIVE WORD BEING “GAVE.” BURKE: OH. JUDGE: SO WHAT’S THAT– SO WHAT ELSE? BAILEY: MY TV WAS GONE. BURKE: I PAID THE ELECTRIC BILL–WELL, MY SUGAR DADDY PAID THE ELECTRIC BILL. HE–HE– [GALLERY GROANS] HE DID–AND THEN SHE– THEN, I GUESS– JUDGE: BUT HE DIDN’T PAY THE RENT, SO HE MUST NOT BE THAT GREAT OF A SUGAR DADDY, RIGHT? BAILEY: AND THE CHECK BOUNCED. AND THE CHECK BOUNCED ON THE ELECTRIC. [GALLERY LAUGHING AND MURMURING] THAT’S HER GANGBANGER FRIENDS, THOUGH, SO–THAT’S HER SUGAR DADDY, WHO RIDES A BIKE. JUDGE: SO YOU’RE SUING FOR A $620 ELECTRIC BILL? BUT YOU’RE NOT WORKING. YOU’RE AT HOME EVERY DAY. SHE’S TRAVELING. YOU’RE THE ONE USING THE ELECTRICITY. [PERSON WHOOPS] [GALLERY LAUGHS AND APPLAUDS] BAILEY: AND FOR TAKING CARE OF MY DOG. THAT’S WHY I SAID I TOOK CARE OF THE ELECTRICITY. JUDGE: SO, RIGHT NOW, YOU–YOU ADMIT TO NOT PAYING RENT IN JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH. YOU MOVE OUT IN APRIL ON WHAT DAY? BURKE: UM, AROUND THE SECOND. BAILEY: NO, THE 15th. BURKE: OR, WELL, WHATEVER. [LAUGHTER] JUDGE: DID YOU MOVE OUT AROUND THE 15th OF APRIL? BURKE: I–I GUESS SO. I DON’T REMEMBER. JUDGE: OK, DID YOU PAY ANY RENT IN APRIL? BURKE: NO. JUDGE: OK, WHAT WERE THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF HER MOVING OUT? BAILEY: WELL, I WAS TRYING TO DO IT NICELY BECAUSE OF ALL THESE GANGBANGERS. I DON’T WANT MY WHOLE HOUSE PAINT–COME HOME AND MY WHOLE HOUSE PAINTED. I MEAN, SHE EVEN HAD HER LITTLE FUNNY THINGS– BURKE: OH, SHE THOUGHT I WAS GONNA GET REVENGE ON HER OR SOMETHING. BAILEY: WELL, YOU DID– SHE DRESSED MY DOG UP. JUDGE: SO ARE YOU WORKING NOW, MISS BURKE? BURKE: NO, BUT, UM, I’M ACTUALLY DOING VOLUNTARY WORK FOR, UM, FOR, UM, KINDERGARTEN. I TEACH BATON AND GYMNASTICS. JUDGE: WELL, THAT’S NICE. BAILEY: WITH THOSE BOOBS POPPING OUT? BURKE: DON’T BE JEALOUS, OK? BAILEY: I’M NOT JEALOUS. JUDGE: SO, UM, YOU ALSO HAVE A CLAIM FOR DAMAGES, IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,000. BAILEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE ANY PICTURES OF BEFORE AND AFTER? WELL, I’VE SEEN THE AFTER PICTURES. BAILEY: WELL, NO, I– JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE PICTURES OF BEFORE, WHAT THE ROOM LOOKED LIKE? BAILEY: IT WAS A NORMAL, BASIC ROOM WITH WHITE WALLS AND DOORS. JUDGE: LET ME SEE WHAT YOU HAVE THERE. BAILEY: THIS IS, UM, THE CONTRACTOR. UM, I DIDN’T– BURKE: THE CARPET WASN’T NEW. BAILEY: [SIGHS] YEAH, IT WASN’T BLACK AND WITH STARS ON IT, EITHER. JUDGE: OK, THIS ISN’T SUFFICIENT BECAUSE THIS IS JUST AN INVOICE THAT SAYS THAT–WITH AN ESTIMATE SHOWING THAT THE WORK WOULD BE $2,000. BAILEY: YEAH. JUDGE: AND I NEED SPECIFICS. WHAT DID YOU HAVE TO REPAIR? DO YOU HAVE PROOF THAT YOU ACTUALLY SPENT MONEY TO REPAIR DAMAGE? BAILEY: YES. JUDGE: OK. BAILEY: I PAID HIM THE $2,000. JUDGE: DO YOU HAVE PROOF THAT YOU PAID THIS $2,000? BAILEY: UM, THAT WAS, LIKE, A RECEIPT THAT HE GAVE ME. JUDGE: THIS IS–THIS IS NOT A RECEIPT. BAILEY: HIS PHONE NUMBER’S– JUDGE: IT DOESN’T SHOW THAT YOU ACTUALLY PAID ANYTHING, AND IT DOESN’T SAY THAT. BAILEY: HIS PHONE NUMBER’S ON THERE, THOUGH. JUDGE: I’M SORRY? BAILEY: HIS PHONE NUMBER’S ON THERE. JUDGE: WELL, I–I CAN’T DO YOUR HOMEWORK FOR YOU. THIS IS COURT. YOU HAVE TO COME IN WITH PROOF. YOU HAVE THE BURDEN OF PROOF THAT THERE ARE DAMAGES. ANNOUNCER: AND NOW, JUDGE FAITH RULES. JUDGE: I SEE THAT THE WALLS ARE PAINTED WITH “PEACE,” “LOVE,” AND ALL OF THOSE THINGS, AND SHE ADMITS TO DOING THAT. BAILEY: MM-HMM. JUDGE: SO, AT A MINIMUM, I’M GOING TO… BAILEY: AND A BROKEN WINDOW. JUDGE: AWARD YOU FOR–YOU’RE GONNA HAVE TO REPAINT THAT ROOM. AND YOU AGREED TO REPAINT IT BEFORE YOU LEFT, AND YOU DIDN’T DO IT, RIGHT? BURKE: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OK, SO YOU’RE GONNA HAVE TO PAY FOR THAT. WHAT OTHER DAMAGES ARE YOU CLAIMING? BAILEY: WELL, THE BROKEN WINDOW. BURKE: THAT’S ONLY ‘CAUSE YOU MADE ME HAVE MY FRIENDS GO THROUGH THE WINDOW ‘CAUSE IT– YOU KNOW. [LAUGHTER] BAILEY: ALSO THE DOOR, WHERE THERE’S HOLES– BURKE: “9-1-1! 9-1-1!” JUDGE: WHAT WAS THE PROBLEM WITH THE DOOR? BAILEY: SHE–ONE OF HER GANGBANGER FRIENDS BUSTED IN THE DOOR. BURKE: THE DOOR WAS FLIMSY ANYWAYS. I MEAN– JUDGE: OK. I SAW YOUR PICTURES. I’VE LOOKED AT YOUR INVOICE. IT’S NOT A RECEIPT, SHOWING THAT YOU PAID ANYTHING. IT’S JUST AN INVOICE, BUT BASED ON THE PICTURES, I AM GOING TO AWARD YOU $200 IN DAMAGES, UH, TO AT LEAST GET THAT ROOM REPAINTED, UH, BECAUSE I PERSONALLY–THAT’S NOT MY STYLE, AND I UNDERSTAND THAT THAT’S SOMETHING THAT YOU MAY NOT WANT. THE DEFENDANT ADMITS TO NOT PAYING RENT IN JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, AND APRIL, SO YOU OWE FOR RENT, AND I LOOKED AT THE LEASE. YOU ALSO REQUIRED $50 LATE FEE IF SHE DIDN’T PAY RENT, SO I’M GOING TO INCLUDE THAT AS WELL IN YOUR JUDGMENT FOR A TOTAL OF $2,800 IN BACK RENT AND LATE FEES. BAILEY: OK. JUDGE: IN ADDITION, I’M GOING TO AWARD YOU $200 IN DAMAGES SO THAT YOU CAN GET THE ROOM REPAINTED. YOU’RE NOT GETTING ANYTHING FOR YOUR COUNTERCLAIM. IT’S SORT OF RIDICULOUS THAT YOU EVEN BROUGHT THAT. YOU LIVED THERE FOR 3 1/2 MONTHS AND DIDN’T PAY ANYTHING. [CHEERING AND APPLAUSE] SO, UH, WITH THAT BEING SAID, MY JUDGMENT–VERDICT–$3,000 FOR THE PLAINTIFF. HAVE A GOOD DAY, LADIES. 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.

74 thoughts on “Judge Faith – She Let Gangbangers Crash My Pad; Terror in the Dollhouse (Season 1: Episode #144)

  • Jessica Kelley Post author

    This episode has me cracking up. Bailey roasted Burke.

  • Jessica Kelley Post author

    The defendant looks like a drunk hooker that had a long night.

  • Ruthie Martinez Post author

    Freakin' clown with the sugar daddy and all Her lame excuses!! ๐Ÿ˜‚.

  • Marcus A Post author

    She does "entertainment"

    This should be a lesson to the plaintiff, don't rush into becoming roommates with someone you just met.

  • FireHeart321 Post author

    Okay, the Defendant was loopy and lazy, but the Plaintiff was a total bitch, throwing random notes in there to try and make her case better. And of course, her constant use of the word "Gangbanger" got really annoying, and made it almost unbearable to watch.

    I like Judge Faith, but this was a rather annoying episode.

  • Irma Post author

    a bad episode

  • nopotchef Post author

    the blonde must be about 60 if she's a day

  • looknbakatu Post author

    defendant is a ditz, TOO stupid to watch.

  • Diane0529 Post author

    Judge Faith has way more restraint and patience than I do! My blood pressure felt like it was sky high listening to the defendant's excuses, and the things she did to that lady's house while she was gone. I would have flipped my lid when I first saw the place, and I certainly can't imagine letting it go on for four months!! I do agree, however, that the plaintiff should have kept her mouth shut other than when the judge was asking her questions. That got aggravating as well.

  • moorek1967 Post author

    She could hide a whole person in that hair.

  • moorek1967 Post author

    Is this first case Peg Bundy vs. Charo?

  • Fefe Ro Post author

    Minus the not paying rent part, I kinda like the defendant. #dontjudgeme

  • Simon Post author

    the fakest and most lamest judge show ever.

  • Christine Renney Post author

    I think the defendant is ditsy but ok.

  • Mani Quin Post author

    Is her sugar daddy Noah?, she looks as rough as sandpaper, she is not doing herself any favours, I sort of pity her, she is not a bad person just a bit ditzy.

  • Tee Carr Post author

    Gangbangers on bicycles: ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  • keithfr1 Post author

    she looks too old to be doing bikini boxing,but at least her boobs are store bought

  • Twilight Faze Post author

    Oh my goodness…the bleach seeped into her brain. She's a full grown woman acting like a 13 year-old.

  • OliverToomsaluVEVO Post author

    really nice ladies.. they should continue being friends cos they are quite funny together ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Tanya Corbin Post author

    LOL Good luck on getting the money cuz HER ASS DONT WORK…SMH

  • Sunny honey Post author

    Defendant still living in the 80's big hair era. Jackie Collins is her hero๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜Š

  • Larry Baines Post author

    cougar, cludette wants rent free ride and is on SSI..go figure

  • shapi27 Post author

    1st case. the defendant's wig is dead wrong!

  • Larry Baines Post author

    case 1.. gotta be a lez relationship gone sour…can you imagine the defendant in the yard doing garder work with her HDHD AND SSI CHECK???..judge faith reamed her goofy ass who has not gotten out of herm hippie day ways

  • It's ya girl Indica Post author

    Is her sugar daddy blind!?!

  • Sherri K Post author

    1st case she's daffy as bugs bunny
    she likes her room looking like a junk yard

  • Larry Baines Post author

    case 2..two ugly lesbians…defendant stuck in 1960's

  • Lisa Johnson Post author

    How does one get money for addhd? Why?

  • SupremeCourt247 Post author

    The defendant said her sugar daddy paid her light bill?????? But she looks 60 so her sugar daddy but be 85 lol.

  • Ashlyn M Post author

    Hopefully SSI watches these court shows!
    Who on earth would want to see this old Tammy Faye Baker wannabe box in a bikini!

  • nybsbfan18 Post author

    She really took liberties with u can paint the room… I think she meant 1 or 2 colors. Her career isn't lucrative right now.

  • Britany K Post author

    This is hilarious..by far the funniest case…these two need a show together.

  • K v Post author

    My mother-in-law acts like the blonde check a little bit and it's hard sometimes

  • Sendra Kes Post author

    Shame on all of you, even you Judge Faith. Discrimination through and through, just cos she's not in your higher level, Shame on you! Whatever happens to the trusted landlord, not even asking her for Bond money. I think somewhere along the way, this landlord went on depression for not having the defender's lifestyle. Let's also point out the fact that she agreed her new found friend to paint…it's impossible to believe she never seen this outcome, it's impossible to believe the landlord never seen her new bff room. The defender also claim doing chores around the house, fixing the landlord's filthy dog poop…even though it doesn't matter to the rent agreement, a person don't just do that if their relationship strictly landlord/tenants, they're friends. I'm starting to hate your show Judge, you discriminate, everyone can see that.

  • Veronica Ramirez Post author

    Ugh, Judge Judy would have so had her STOP with the tapping of her nails on the podium! So irritating!! It must be her "ADDHD"!! Lol, I've only heard of "ADD" (Attention Deficit Disorder) and "ADHD"(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)! ๐Ÿค”

  • Shenarah Mayo Post author

    When white people use "thug" or "gangbanger" I just assume they're racist.

  • Royalty M Post author

    That sugar daddy would have to be at least 100 years old๐Ÿ˜ฅ

  • Marceline Sforza Post author

    She is way past too old to be a penthouse boxer & have a sugar daddy! She needs to sit her Depends down somewhere before she find herself floating in a river in them. She is crazy as hell and needs to act her age. Pay the woman her money.

  • Lynne Jones Post author

    oh,wow, this made me sad.. defendant's speaks and sounds just like one of my drifter friends.. is this how she will end up? I could cry.

  • Joe Meyer Post author

    the defendant looksย like a drug addict.

  • Caitlin Kloss Post author

    The blonde chick seems like she's trying to look younger than she actually is.

  • Zach The Celtics Guy Post author

    The defendant's hair, OMG LOL I can't even…..

  • Charlie Bubbles Post author

    Defendant ms Burke. Patsy Stone from Ab-fab phoned from the 90s…. she wants her wig back. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • Delora Sledge Post author

    WOW…just WOW.

  • Larissa Jones Post author

    What an airhead

  • Wilma Davilus Post author

    Did judge Faith not just hear her say when and how they met….she just asked her the same question? Lol

  • Cleezy Post author

    This Case was on the peopleโ€™s court I believe

  • Dee*the*singa Post author

    @ 2:32 she tells her, "Don't interrupt". Hummm, she interrupted and talked over the judge the entire case.

  • ThelightofGod Jeffrey Post author

    I had to laugh the way judge Faith sweetly asked her, "do you have a medical condition?" lol

  • CosplayCodie Post author

    The blond lady looks like she has been on the show before….

  • Chanel -Segura Post author

    First case these women look like trailer trash

  • Misha Pisha Post author

    Time hasn't been kind to their faces.

  • Janet Ayala Post author

    I don't let like to criticize nobody but the blonde lady look horrible

  • Pipimi Post author

    old ass bitch aging like a 17yr old

  • Pipimi Post author

    btw how old is her sugar daddy 150? cause she looks old enough to be a grate grand mother.

  • Nahtally .B Post author

    These women are annoying as hell. They deserved each other.

  • Emeralds& Sapphires Post author

    I know she's in the wrong but I love this defendant!๐Ÿ˜น

  • Latisha Lee Post author

    I actually like the defendant she is loopy and seems fun and peaceful

  • suheil1977 Post author

    $200 is not going to cover repainting that room at all! She probably has a nest of squirrels in that hair!

  • DaniiHawaii Post author

    This is a fucking train wreck

  • Laloni Chester Post author

    The defendant looks like a addicted retired porn star

  • Alexandrea Kenney Post author

    I actually kind of get this defendants style. It's very old woman of the night style. Since she works in the industry's she does it makes sense. Also she says she has ADHD which also makes sense with her room. Still wouldn't want that done to my house but I do get it.

  • redtooyu Post author

    I think she meant ADHD not ADDHD. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  • Julianne McCulloch Post author

    Church people…. That's funny… Pot smokers… That's even funnier especially when they're high

  • Julianne McCulloch Post author

    The plaintiff is really saying awful things about the defendant, but the defendant still has to pay rent

  • Bivens D Post author

    These women are a fucking train wreck. The Plaintiff wouldnโ€™t shut the fuck up to save her life!

  • JustJoshingYa Post author

    Googled it, there's no record of a Claudette Burke being a "Pet" for any Penthouse magazine in the last 40 yrs.

  • Gorgeous Lady Post author

    And she is also a Tammy faye
    Impersonator at the Blush & Rouge lounge!.

  • almoody6872 Post author

    I guess I am the only one who likes the defendant's hair. I think it is awesome

  • Doreen Taniguchi Post author

    Judge faith is the younger version of judge Judy. I like it.

  • Doreen Taniguchi Post author

    They are reformed gangbangers. Just like the George Lopez show where angie was helping the gangbangers. Lol

  • Smokey Mayrand Post author

    First runner up in the miss America pageant she should have won

  • Corey Mondello Post author

    Hope the lady never leaves her dog alone again with another roommate!

  • susannah1948 Post author

    Very classy ………!!!

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