'Fixer Upper' homeowners claim Chip and Joanna Gaines 'deceived' them


One Fixer Upper house is going to need to be fixed up...again.

For all you  fans of the HGTV series, you may remember the "Three Little Pigs" house in Waco, Texas, from season three of the show (episode 10). It turned out beautiful with brick and dark wood accents and an adorable porch, fitting for the quaint neighborhood.

Unfortunately, it no longer looks like it once did. According to the Waco Tribune-Herald, a man suspected of drunk driving crashed into the house late Saturday night, destroying part of the porch and the front room.

Owners Ken and Kelly Downs were sleeping in an interior room and were uninjured. However, Kelly told the publication it could have been much worse if it wasn't for the brick fireplace Chip and Joanna Gaines had moved into that front room, which likely stopped the car.

The next room the car would have hit was the bedroom where the couple was sleeping.

IN OTHER NEWS - HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are set for a bitter courtroom showdown with the Fixer Upper fan who is demanding $200,000 because she was injured at their Magnolia Silos!

In explosive court documents filed in response to the Nacy Brown's lawsuit, the reality stars are taking ZERO responsibility for the debacle — and claim the victim simply should have been “paying attention to [her] surroundings!”

The couple told the McLennan County court in Waco, Texas that the area where Brown supposedly received serious bodily injuries was “open” and potential harm was “obvious.”

READ THE COURT DOCS: http://radaronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/chip-gaines-joanna-gaines-sued-magnolia-market-deny-negligence-docs.pdf

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