No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, Part….

I’m not a big tv fan, so I missed this episode of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition”. And a good thing too:

Five orphaned siblings who moved into a new dream home on the hit ABC television show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” are suing the network, the company that built the house and the couple who took them in after their parents died.
The children range in age from 15 to 22. They claim that after “Extreme Makeover” built a new nine-bedroom mansion for them to live in with Phil and Loki Leomiti, the Leomitis engaged in “an orchestrated campaign” to drive them away by insulting them and treating them poorly.

It seems that these kids have decided that they wanted the house for themselves, even though

ABC said in a statement that “It is important to note that the episode was about the rebuilding of the Leomiti family’s existing home to accommodate the inclusion of the five Higgins siblings, whom the Leomitis had invited into their lives following the death of their parents.”

Crazy. I’ll have to see if I can find more info on this story.

2 Responses to “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, Part….”

  1. Lisa says:

    I saw that episode. I thought at the time that the show gave them a little TOO much — each kid got a car in addition to the house — and that maybe hard feelings were going to surface later on.
    I’m sad to think I was right.

  2. We saw that one, too.

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