Rachel Bloom of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' sues over defects in her first-ever home
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Renovation work at the front of the house was “rushed and improperly phased, without providing sufficient time for the improvements to settle before moving on to the next phase,” the suit says, resulting in foundation work that’s now cracking and chipping.
“Raul Menjivar as a California licensed contractor had unique and heightened knowledge of what was and was not a material aspect or defect of the property prior to the sale,” the lawsuit says.
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The only defects listed? “Garage concrete paid [sic] is cracked in a few areas and has new wood framing and post that were installed as a result of termite dry rot damage in garage,” according to the suit.
Bloom and Gregor say in the document that they tried to go to mediation but were refused. In addition to compensatory damages of at least $500,000, they are asking for punitive damages, attorney’s fees, court costs and more.
Menjivar and Hance are both associated with the RUN Group II and are listed as co-founders of Avenue Homes, with the former focusing on acquisitions and the latter serving as chief executive. Leinart is listed as a partner/business development.
Leinart and Hance played football at USC together in 2003 and 2004. Leinart was the starting quarterback in the 2003, 2004 and 2005 seasons and won the Heisman Trophy in 2004. After playing for six years in the NFL, he’s now an analyst for Fox Sports.
Menjivar was not immediately available for comment Monday, and members of Bloom’s team did not respond immediately to a request for comment.