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Oh noes! The brave lesbian toad is facing eviction again!
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For laughs I collected his previous eviction begging, except he doesn't so much beg as demand. If you didn't know any better you'd think he was some sort of entitled, abusive man!
It seems he cycles the story every couple of months.

 

JY's Tampon

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This amorphous fool has been unemployed for what, two years now? And now, at the start of a global recession, during a pandemic that has left many jobless, he’s still whining like a fat little child for gibs. Learn to read the room, blobby.
I wonder what he spent his $1000 stimulus check on? Additionally unemployment has been bumped up to $600 a week. So he would have received $3400 in gibs this month.
 
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I wonder what he spent his $1000 stimulus check on? Additionally unemployment has been bumped up to $600 a week. So he would have received $3400 in gibs this month.
Knowing him, he'd spent on all on food, internet gibs and porn with very little on rent. As someone who's looking for some work during this pandemic guys like this are a fine example of what not to do.
 

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Is he still living in North Carolina? I've forgotten his current habitat. Evictions have been stayed in almost every state, haven't they?
You can't be evicted in North Carolina right now - but you should still work with your landlord on rental payments. Here's why

According to the state, the Governor's Order doesn't give tenants the right to stop paying rent - and doesn't prevent landlords from making sure they're paid.

There's no denying times are tough. Many have lost jobs or a good chunk of their income due to the coronavirus pandemic. North Carolina leaders have worked to ease the burden, delaying evictions so everyone can stay put right now.

However, halting evictions does not translate to waiving your rent these next couple of months.

"They're still going to have to pay that rent eventually," said Greensboro landlord Jennifer Vandiver, "I am still going to have to pay my mortgage payments on the house. I'm still going to have to pay my insurance for the house. I'm still going to have to pay my taxes on the house."

Vandiver rents out more than 30 homes across the city. She's been in communication with her tenants so they can let her know if they can't make a payment.

She says, the vast majority of her tenants are great - but fears some people may have gotten the wrong idea about what the Executive Order regarding evictions allows.

"I will not charge a late fee. I'm not going to be pounding at the door every single day saying where's my rent," Vandiver said, "I understand that things are going to take a while for the government to get the payments out, but I do expect that that rent will be paid."

According to the state, the Governor's Order doesn't give tenants the right to stop paying rent - and doesn't prevent landlords from making sure they're paid.

Vandiver says she believes most landlords will work with you, but failure to pay for months on end could land you in a tough spot down the road - if you try to find another apartment or rental in the future.

"We're in this all together. This is affecting everyone not just tenants, and not just landlords but it's affecting both of us," she said.

If you've got questions about paying rent or eviction, call 2-1-1, or visit the website by clicking here. They've got experts working around the clock to answer just about any question you've got, related to coronavirus and its effects on your life.

The no-evictions order extends to June 1 in North Carolina. Maybe there's not going to be a further extension.

The Square Cows Movers site (I kid you not) gives these as legal reasons for evictions and explains the process:
  • Non-payment or failure to pay the rent in full.
  • Failure to vacate the property after the lease term is up. (Landlord must give a termination notice 2-30 days prior to the end of the lease.)
  • Criminal activity or drug trafficking on the premises.
  • Breaking material terms of the lease – unauthorized person living in the home, compromising the safety of the property, etc.
The last point is an important one. Landlords can’t just evict a tenant if they don’t follow the lease to a T. For example, if the tenant makes the monthly payment a few days late, it isn’t grounds for eviction.

When a North Carolina Landlord Can’t Evict a Tenant
Tenants can breathe a little easier knowing that a landlord must have a substantial reason for an eviction. As long as you hold up your part of the lease, there’s little a landlord can do to boot your before the agreed upon term is up.

Landlords in North Carolina definitely can’t evict a tenant for:
  • Complaining about the condition of the property.
  • Requesting that repairs be made.
  • Their sex, religion, race, family status, age, marital status, national origin or a disability.
Another important point is false accusations. If a tenant is falsely accused of breaking the lease or criminal activity they can make a defense during an eviction hearing.

The North Carolina Eviction Process
Landlords in North Carolina must follow a specific eviction process. They must:
  • Provide a North Carolina eviction notice for nonpayment. You must give 10 days notice if non-payment is the issue. The notice must inform the tenant that they have 10 days to pay the amount owed or legal actions will be taken to initiate eviction.
  • Check the lease to see if there are any specifications for how the notice should be delivered. Landlords must also uphold grace periods for payments before sending a notice.
  • Serve a demand for material violations. The written demand must simply be given in advance and notify the tenant the lease is being terminated due to a major breach.
  • Obtain a court order to evict the tenant. If this step is skipped then the eviction will likely be considered self-eviction, which is illegal in the state.
  • Notify the police of criminal activity. If tenants commit criminal activity at the property the eviction process can be expedited. Landlords must file a complaint and a court date will be set within 30 days.
  • File a Summons and Complaint in Summary Ejectment if the tenant refuses to leave. If a tenant refuses to vacate and fails to remedy the issue, the landlord can file a Summons and Complaint in Summary Ejectment, which is served by the Sheriff’s department. The summons will list the eviction hearing date and location.
  • Obtain a Writ of Execution. If the landlord wins the eviction hearing the tenant has 10 days to vacate or appeal the decision. During this period and the appeals process the tenant must post a rent bond and pay additional rent. Once the 10 days is up the landlord can get a Writ of Execution that establishes the tenant must vacate. The writ must be delivered two or more days prior to the eviction or five days prior if sent by mail.
Landlords have to be careful not to make any move towards eviction before the court order is obtained. This includes threatening to evict the tenant and denying access to the property.

Forfeiture Lease Clauses
One caveat that could come into play is a forfeiture lease clause. If the lease states that there will be an automatic forfeiture of the property due to nonpayment for a specified period the tenant will have to comply. Furthermore, the forfeiture clause overrides standard procedures for evictions in North Carolina.
 

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Just how many times would a landlord file for eviction? Cant they just throw him out after the third time or so? I mean, how many times in 2019 alone was there a threat of eviction?? I dont think he is telling the truth and just needs that money for food or whatever.
 

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Is he still living in North Carolina? I've forgotten his current habitat. Evictions have been stayed in almost every state, haven't they?

The no-evictions order extends to June 1 in North Carolina. Maybe there's not going to be a further extension.

The Square Cows Movers site (I kid you not) gives these as legal reasons for evictions and explains the process:
I was curious if he was renting from an individual landlord or from some property management group, and it’s the latter: Park Ridge Estates

Usually those corporate types don’t fuck around on evictions because they have the legal resources to get you out if they really wanted.

Sean’s 1br apartment looks to be about $1k a month. Unless he’s accruing exceptional late fees every month, he shouldn’t need “omg $1400!1!” to pay rent.



But we all know this is a scam anyway.
 

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I'm pretty sure it doesn't. In the one tweet from like a year ago he claims it's already been taken to small claims court. He obviously doesn't know what the eviction process is and is just bullshitting every month during which he just so happens to meet all his bills while never mentioning how he pulled it off.
 

Tragi-Chan

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I'm pretty sure it doesn't. In the one tweet from like a year ago he claims it's already been taken to small claims court. He obviously doesn't know what the eviction process is and is just bullshitting every month during which he just so happens to meet all his bills while never mentioning how he pulled it off.
I just don’t believe he’s getting all that money on a monthly basis - where’s it coming from? Is he finding hundreds of new marks every month? Getting $1400 would put him in the top tier of e-beggars, but he produces nothing and has no prominence. We can’t even put his alleged success down to thirsty chasers, because he’s hideously ugly even by troon standards.

I reckon he’s on the tugboat and his begging is just something he does on spec. He probably gets a few bucks out of it.
 

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It is hard to believe that troons like this aren't deep fakes created by some vast conspiracy of TERFs. It's like every what if nightmare scenario a TERF can throw out in the flesh.

And thirst DMs for this thing? We should legalize mercy killings for the poor bastards wanting to hit this freak. Allowing that kind of desperation is inhumane. Put them out of their misery.