‘Rehab Addict Rescue’ star Nicole Curtis scammed in home deal, Detroit Mayor says

'Rehab Addict Rescue' star Nicole Curtis scammed in house deal, Detroit Mayor says

2021-03-24 19:03:39

Rehab Addict Rescue” star Nicole Curtis was purportedly scammed into buying a blighted house in Detroit, Mich.

The 44-year-old TV star was apparently blindsided when she realized a house she bought for $17,000 wasn’t a authorized sale.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan mentioned Curtis’ scenario on Monday, stressing that the TV star had, in actual fact, been “scammed,” Fox 5 reviews.

“I really feel dangerous for Nicole,” Mayor Mike Duggan mentioned Monday. “It seems she was scammed. It seems she paid any individual who didn’t personal the home and paid them to purchase it. However the land financial institution can’t legally simply give her the property.”

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Nicole Curtis was 'scammed' into purchasing a home from an owner it didn't belong to, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan revealed.

Nicole Curtis was ‘scammed’ into buying a house from an proprietor it did not belong to, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan revealed.
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In line with the report, Curtis bought the blighted property again in 2017 for $17,000. The renovation professional has since made repairs to it, totaling $60,000.

She reportedly filed a lawsuit final week after it got here to her consideration that the Detroit Land Financial institution Authority holds the title to the home and listed it available on the market for $40,000.

Curtis is in search of to both preserve the property or be reimbursed for the cash she’s spent on it.

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Duggan famous that the land financial institution has already been named because the proprietor. He is hoping the end result will someway work out in Curtis’ favor, noting that the financial institution “cannot flip the property over with out getting worth.”

In her new series, 'Rehab Addict Rescue,' Nicole Curtis helps homeowners restore crumbling historic homes to their former glory.

In her new sequence, ‘Rehab Addict Rescue,’ Nicole Curtis helps owners restore crumbling historic properties to their former glory.
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The report claims Curtis’ firm, Detroit Renovations LLC, didn’t know the land financial institution had gained management of the house. The earlier house owners issued a quitclaim deed to Detroit Renovations again in 2017.

Curtis, a resident of Detroit, mentioned it might be a disgrace for the land financial institution to learn from the onerous work she’s put into it.

“I didn’t turn out to be so profitable in enterprise by being any individual who backs down,” she mentioned.

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Curtis beforehand ended her present “Rehab Addict” in 2018. She returned to TV with a model new sequence titled “Rehab Addict Rescue” in January, the place she helps owners restore crumbling historic properties to their former glory.

Earlier this yr, Curtis spoke to Fox Information about her two-year break from tv and what motivated her to return to renovating properties on-air.

“The previous homes are nonetheless very soothing for me. It is my area of interest, it is my ardour, it is the place I really feel completed. I really feel happy with my work as a result of I’ve spent so a few years, , attending to know every thing I have to know with none assist,” she mentioned.

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“It is also humbling as a result of each home is completely different and I’m going in there and I am like, we will get this completed. And I believe that that is the facet that all the time attracts me again into these loopy initiatives,” she added.

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