‘Windy City Rehab’ Ends Season, But Legal Troubles Linger For HGTV Series – About Your Online Magazine


HGTV Series Windy City Rehab reached the end of his second drama-filled season as a presenter Alison Victoria Gramenos had to ask for time in the end to deal with some bad legal news while on camera. “Data-reactid =” 28 “> The popular HGTV Series Windy City Rehab reached the end of his second drama-filled season as a presenter Alison Victoria Gramenos had to ask for time in the end to deal with some bad legal news while on camera.

But even though the season has come to an end, the host’s legal problems are apparently far from over.

People reports that the owners of a house presented in & nbsp;Windy City Rehab tried to freeze Victoria’s financial assets in the midst of an ongoing process. Anna and James Morrissey, who bought a house featured in the first season of the series, filed a motion on October 8 seeking to prevent Gramenos from “wiping out her assets, including the sale of any property she owns or controls”. “Data-reactid =” 30 “>People reports that the owners of a house highlighted in Windy City Rehab tried to freeze Victoria’s financial assets in the midst of an ongoing process. Anna and James Morrissey, who bought a house featured in season 1 of the series, filed a motion on October 8 seeking to prevent Gramenos from “dissipating her property, including the sale of any property she owns or controls.

According to Gramenos’ lawyer, the court denied the motion.

The Morrissey’s sued Gramenos and his former business partner, general contractor and developer Donovan Eckhardt in December 2019. The couple filed a new lawsuit on September 20 this year, adding the show’s producer, Big Table Media and Discovery Inc. , which owns HGTV.

The lawsuit alleges poor quality work, including “leaks and water penetration”, a crooked front door, ruined external mortar and problems with the roof and garage.

At the end of season 2, Gramenos received a call about a second lawsuit from another couple.

“If you only knew what’s on my phone,” she said on camera. “I have people coming out of the den. I have owners who are being contacted by the press. Everything I did, and everything I did, was design. Honestly … Sorry, guys, I’m going crazy. “She then left the interview with the camera.

Later, on returning, she admitted, “I’m just dealing with a nightmare.”

HGTV did not say whether the show would return for a third season.

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