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rednecknaruto92

Before everyone starts making fun of the guy for suing over his porn collection, the case basically centered around if his parents, acting as a landlord, had the right to destroy his personal property because they deemed it "dirty". After getting divorced, the son moved back in with his parents. They found his porn collection, mostly physical items, and threw it out to "protect their home". The collection was worth around $30,000 and the law stated that landlords don't have the right to destroy a tenant's property.

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malacoda

Okay zoomer

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xtreme1988

Wrong state

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kyreonfyre

Ok virgins...

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dieselfox

OK ya millennial fuckwit! XD

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actuallyimpresd

was the son paying as a tenant?

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whiterundude

Tax evasion at the finest.. if money was involved the amount is not taxed when it come from a judgement. If you have a huge amount of money to give to your children this is one way to do it. The cost of lawyers will be must cheaper that some tax..

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saltamander

Beastie Boys fought for this kind of thing.

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shitty_draws

What a dumbfuckistan

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lynxx7

Tf does 'okay boomers' has to do with it?

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