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A $300,000 lawsuit against a group of TikTok influencers

A homeowner who appeared in videos of “Hype House,” a group of TikTok influencers, is suing them for $300,000 for causing damages and breaching contract terms.

In the lawsuit consulted the peopleOwner Daniel Fitzgerald confirms that, in May 2020, the group’s six influencers signed a one-year lease in Los Angeles.

However, the influencers allegedly broke the contract by leaving the house five months before the end of the contract and caused more than $300,000 in damages to the property.

Members of the “Hype House” group Thomas Pietro, Cole Hudson, Mia Hayward, Calvin Goldby, Patrick Huston and Nicholas Austin are said to have caused damage to the house’s tiles, jacuzzi and roof, among other things.

The complaint you have seen the people It also notes that in May 2021, the owner and influencers agreed to a $400,000 settlement for breach of contract.

The group was to make monthly payments of $10,000 for 40 months.

However, Daniel Fitzgerald alleged in the lawsuit that the group has only been paid $2,500 per month since January 2022.

The group ‘Hype House’ was formed at the end of 2019 when several TikTok stars moved into a house together in Los Angeles.

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