Fixer Upper star Chip Gaines scrutinized the thought process behind the $1-million extortion claim recorded against him by his previous accomplices in an end of the week tweet.
“Fyi: Ive had a similar cell # 15 yrs.. same email for 20 yrs,” Gaines tweeted Saturday. “Nobody called or messaged? after 4 years “companions” connect by means of claim.. humm.”
The truth star’s previous business accomplices John L. Lewis and Richard L. Clark documented a claim in Waco, Texas, a week ago asserting Gaines persuaded them to offer their shares of Magnolia Real Estate Company two days before HGTV gotten the mainstream appear, Fixer Upper. Lewis, Clark and Gaines established the organization in 2007.
Gaines and his significant other, Joanna Gaines, star in HGTV’s Fixer Upper, which spins around their Magnolia Homes business and the way toward flipping and redesigning homes. The show initially disclosed in 2013.
“Chip Gaines persuaded offended parties to offer their participation advantages in Magnolia Realty rapidly to him before an open declaration that Fixer Upper was grabbed by HGTV,” his previous business accomplices wrote in court records acquired by People.
Gaines’ previous accomplices sold their shares in May 2013, as indicated by the claim.