Are there old VHS tapes collecting dust on the shelf at home? You rented it decades ago and forgot to return it?Please be very careful: it may happen where you like Caron Scarborough Davis, An Oklahoma woman suffered serious legal problems due to pending accounts in her video store.
In 1999, Davis rented a video tape Sabrina: Witch’s stuff Let her partner’s child at the time see it. The predecessor in question, whether it was a mistake or an idea, never returned the cassette. Apart from the fact that the video store reported for Davis, this fact seems trivial. And, even though the agency closed in 2008, the accusation (“misappropriation of leased property”) continued into its legal history.
When Davis wanted to change his name on his driver’s license after getting married, he found this ambiguity in the file. The woman now lives in Cleveland County, Texas. After bureaucratic chaos forced her to appear in court, her life was threatened. An official told her about her allegations.
She commented: “The first thing she told me was that she was accused of fraud, so I thought I would have a heart attack.” “He told me it was because of the use of VHS tapes, and I had to ask him to repeat it. Again, because I thought,’This is crazy, this girl is lying to me.’ But I mean it.”
Yes, please be careful, because this lax ending will not only have a series of undesirable consequences: complaints from the video store have caused Caron Davis to lose several jobs. “When [los empleadores] He said that they checked my background and the only thing they noticed was the word “misappropriation.”
Fortunately, the Cleveland prosecutor’s decision to dismiss the case led to this prosecution (According to the indictment, Davis “maliciously misappropriated one (1) cassette Sabrina: Witch’s stuff Valued at $58.59″) will not make the defendant’s life miserable again. Most importantly, she has never been keen on the series of movies Melissa Joan Hart (Melissa Joan Hart), And he didn’t plan to see her again.