Judge Faith – Baby Mama Bang Up Part Two; Best Friend Fist Fight (Season 1: Episode #140)

Judge Faith – Baby Mama Bang Up Part Two; Best Friend Fist Fight (Season 1: Episode #140)


ANNOUNCER: TODAY ON “JUDGE FAITH,” THIS GUY CAN’T SEEM TO STAY OUT OF COURT. JUDGE: YOU’RE BACK AGAIN, REALLY? WE HAVE SOME VIDEO FROM WHEN YOU WERE HERE BEFORE.>>HIS EX-GIRLFRIEND WAS CONSTANTLY MESSAGING ME, SAYING SHE WAS GONNA DO STUFF TO ME. THIS GIRL WAS CRAZY. JUDGE: IS SHE THE CRAZY EX THIS OTHER YOUNG LADY WAS REFERRING TO?>>YES, MA’AM.>>[CHUCKLES] [GALLERY LAUGHING] JUDGE: YOU SEEM TO HAVE A LOT OF PROBLEMS WITH WOMEN IN YOUR LIFE, SIR. ANNOUNCER: AND LATER, JUDGE FAITH GETS TO THE REAL MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE.>>I TURN AROUND, SHE HITS ME WITH A LIQUOR BOTTLE. JUDGE: A LIQUOR BOTTLE?>>YES. JUDGE: WHERE DOES SHE HIT YOU?>>RIGHT HERE. JUDGE: WHY DID YOU DO THAT?>>LIKE I SAID, THINGS HAD ALREADY ESCALATED– JUDGE: YOU PICK UP A LIQUOR BOTTLE, WHICH IS A DANGEROUS WEAPON. THAT’S AN ASSAULT. YOU ESCALATED IT. ANNOUNCER: FAITH JENKINS. HER DISTINGUISHED LEGAL CAREER BEGAN WHEN SHE GRADUATED FIRST IN HER LAW-SCHOOL CLASS. SHE QUICKLY BECAME A TOUGH NEW YORK CITY PROSECUTOR AND THEN A PREEMINENT LEGAL ANALYST ON CABLE NEWS, AND NOW SHE’S THE JUDGE IN HER OWN COURTROOM. HER CASES ARE REAL AND HER RULINGS ARE FINAL. SHE IS JUDGE FAITH. PLAINTIFF RICHARD WILSON SAYS HIS EX-GIRLFRIEND INTENTIONALLY PUSHED OVER HIS MOTORCYCLE, CAUSING EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. HE’S SUING FOR THE COST OF REPAIRS. DEFENDANT JESSICA KEITHLEY SAYS HER EX LOCKED HER OUT OF THE APARTMENT, SO SHE OWES HIM NOTHING. SHE’S COUNTERSUING FOR UNPAID RENT AND PHONE EXPENSES. BARBARA: REMAIN SEATED AND COME TO ORDER. COURT IS NOW IN SESSION, THE HONORABLE JUDGE FAITH JENKINS PRESIDING. YOUR HONOR, THIS CASE IS WILSON VERSUS KEITHLEY. JUDGE: THANK YOU, BARBARA. BARBARA: YOU’RE WELCOME. JUDGE: RICHARD WILSON? WILSON: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: YOU ARE SUING THE DEFENDANT, JESSICA KEITHLEY, FOR $2,107 FOR DAMAGES YOU SAY SHE CAUSED TO YOUR MOTORCYCLE? WILSON: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: AND YOU ARE COUNTERSUING, MA’AM, FOR $2,390 FOR UNPAID RENT AND A PHONE BILL? KEITHLEY: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OK. WE’LL START WITH YOU, SIR. TELL ME WHAT’S GOING ON. WILSON: WELL, WHEN I MET JESSICA, EVERYTHING WAS GOING GOOD. YOU KNOW, IT WAS DATING FOR ABOUT 6 MONTHS, AND I DECIDED TO PROPOSE TO HER. AFTER I PROPOSED TO HER, EVERYTHING CHANGED. SHE STARTED GETTING TOO CONTROLLING, TELLING ME WHEN I COULD AND CAN’T RIDE MY BIKE. I LEFT FOR 3 HOURS. UH, I CAME BACK HOME A HOUR LATE, AND SHE JUST FLIPPED OUT ON ME. I COULDN’T GO FISHING WHEN I WANTED TO GO FISHING. I JUST COULDN’T DO. SHE WAS, LIKE, TOO CONTROLLING, SO THAT’S WHEN ALL THE FIGHTING STARTED. JUDGE: OK. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THAT, MA’AM? KEITHLEY: UH, THAT WOULDN’T BE TRUE ‘CAUSE– JUDGE: HOW DID THE TWO OF YOU MEET? KEITHLEY: UH, AT A GAS STATION. IT WAS REALLY LATE ONE NIGHT, AND HE CAME UP AND PULLED UP IN FRONT OF ME ON HIS BIKE AND WOULDN’T LET ME PULL OFF UNTIL HE GAVE ME HIS NUMBER. JUDGE: OK. AND WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? KEITHLEY: UH, I TEXT HIM AND THEN IT’S JUST KIND OF WENT FROM THERE. WE’VE SPENT EVERY DAY TOGETHER. JUDGE: AND DID YOU–DID THE TWO OF YOU EVENTUALLY MOVE IN TOGETHER? KEITHLEY: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OK, WHEN WAS THAT? HOW LONG AFTER MEETING DID YOU MOVE IN WITH HIM? KEITHLEY: WE MOVED IN ON THE SAME DAY TOGETHER. JUDGE: HOLD ON A SECOND. YOU LOOK FAMILIAR TO ME. WILSON: I’VE BEEN ON YOUR SHOW BEFORE. [GALLERY MURMURS] JUDGE: OH, YOU’VE BEEN IN THIS COURTROOM BEFORE? WILSON: YES, MA’AM. [GALLERY LAUGHING] JUDGE: OH, SO–AND I UNDERSTAND–I UNDERSTAND NOW FROM–FROM MY STAFF THAT WE HAVE SOME VIDEO FROM WHEN YOU WERE HERE BEFORE.>>YEAH! [SCATTERED APPLAUSE] JUDGE: LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT IT. WILSON: HEH HEH!>>HIS EX-GIRLFRIEND WAS CONSTANTLY MESSAGING ME, SAYING A BUNCH OF STUFF TO WHERE SHE WAS GONNA POP UP AT HIS MOM’S HOUSE AND SHE WAS GONNA DO STUFF TO ME. THIS GIRL WAS CRAZY. JUDGE: WHY WOULD YOU CONTINUE TO BE INVOLVED WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS A, AS YOU DESCRIBE, CRAZY EX LIKE THAT?>>BECAUSE SHE WASN’T IN THE PICTURE AS TO WHAT I WAS TOLD. JUDGE: MM-HMM.>>SO I JUST LEFT IT AT THAT, AND I WAS JUST–IT WAS JUST GONNA BE ME AND HIM, AND WE WERE JUST GONNA GO ON AND JUST DO US.>>OK. [GALLERY LAUGHING] JUDGE: REALLY? YOU’RE BACK AGAIN? WILSON: YES. JUDGE: IS SHE THE CRAZY EX THIS OTHER YOUNG LADY WAS REFERRING TO? WILSON: YES. YES. KEITHLEY: [CHUCKLES]>>MMM. WOW. WILSON: AND THE ONLY REASON I DECIDED TO CAME BACK, ‘CAUSE THEM TWO GOT INTO CAHOOTS TOGETHER AND THEY WERE–BEEN MAKING MY LIFE A LIVING HELL EVER SINCE I’VE CAME OFF THE SHOW, SO I DECIDED– JUDGE: REALLY? SO YOU THINK THEY TEAMED UP TOGETHER? WILSON: YES, THEY DID. JUDGE: HOW OLD ARE YOU, SIR? WILSON: 30. JUDGE: HOW MANY KIDS DO YOU HAVE? WILSON: 5. [GALLERY “OOHS”] KEITHLEY: UM, JUDGE? JUDGE? THIS MAKES NUMBER 7. I’M PREGNANT WITH HIS SEVENTH CHILD. [GALLERY MURMURS] WILSON: THAT’S A LIE. JUDGE: YOU’RE PREGNANT RIGHT NOW WITH HIS CHILD? KEITHLEY: WITH HIS SEVENTH CHILD. WILSON: PROVE IT. JUDGE: IS SHE–IS SHE–IS SHE PREGNANT WITH YOUR CHILD? WILSON: SHE HAS TO PROVE IT. JUDGE: OH, YOU DON’T BELIEVE HER? WILSON: BECAUSE AFTER I LEFT, SHE WAS PREGNANT. IT’S NOT BY ME. JUDGE: OK. BUT YOU SAY YOU HAVE–YOU HAVE 5 KIDS RIGHT NOW? WILSON: YES. JUDGE: BY HOW MANY DIFFERENT WOMEN? WILSON: 3. JUDGE: WHEN DID YOU FIND OUT THAT YOU WERE PREGNANT? KEITHLEY: A MONTH AND A HALF AFTER HE HAD LEFT. JUDGE: MM-HMM. AND WHAT WAS HIS RESPONSE TO THAT? KEITHLEY: THERE WASN’T REALLY A RESPONSE. I HAVEN’T GOTTEN A RESPONSE. JUDGE: YOU SEEM TO HAVE A… LOT OF PROBLEMS WITH WOMEN IN YOUR LIFE, SIR. WILSON: YEAH, I DO. WITH THEM. JUDGE: YOU DON’T THINK IT’S YOU? WILSON: HA-HALF OF IT’S ME. I DON’T THINK IT’S 100% ME. I’M NOT PERFECT. JUDGE: YOU’RE–YOU’RE THE COMMON DENOMINATOR IS ALL I’M SAYING. YOU’RE THE ONE THAT KEEPS SHOWING UP IN MY COURTROOM. WILSON: YEAH, I’M NOT PERFECT, THOUGH, BUT I–I DIDN’T ASK HER TO PUSH MY BIKE OVER. SHE PITCHED IT OVER OUT OF ANGER. JUDGE: SO YOU GUYS WERE HAVING AN ARGUMENT, AND SHE WENT OUTSIDE TO HER CAR AND YOU LOCKED HER OUT OF THE APARTMENT? WILSON: YES, SO I CAN GET SOME OF MY THINGS. JUDGE: WELL, SHE LIVES AT THE APARTMENT, TOO. WILSON: YES, I WANTED TO GET MY– JUDGE: AND SHE’S ON THE LEASE AS WELL. WILSON: YES, MA’AM. I–DIDN’T–I–I DIDN’T WANT HER TO STOP ME FROM LEAVING, SO I LOCKED HER OUT WHERE I CAN GET THINGS I NEED. JUDGE: AND WHEN YOU LOCKED HER OUT, WHAT DID SHE DO? WILSON: SHE SNAPPED. ANNOUNCER: COMING UP ON “JUDGE FAITH,” IT’S MOMMY TO THE RESCUE. JUDGE: SO WHAT HAPPENS? YOU SEE THE BIKE IS PUSHED OVER. WILSON: AND I GOT REALLY, REALLY ANGRY. I GOT PISSED. JUDGE: AND WHAT DID YOU DO? WILSON: I CALLED MY MOM. [GALLERY LAUGHING] ‘CAUSE IF I DIDN’T CALL MY MOM, I WOULD HAVE SNAPPED ON HER. THAT’S THE ONLY THING I COULD HAVE DID. I WAS SO ANGRY, I JUST CALLED MY MOM UP. SHE WAS LIKE, “JUST SIT THERE. I’M ON MY WAY. CALM DOWN.” ANNOUNCER: AND LATER, THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT FOR ROOMMATES.>>I DON’T DO ROOMMATES. JUDGE: CLEARLY YOU DON’T DO ROOMMATES BECAUSE YOU ASSAULTED THE ONLY ROOMMATE YOU HAD AT THE TIME. SHE’S A TRAINED FIGHTER IN THE MILITARY, AND SHE DIDN’T FIGHT YOU BACK BECAUSE SHE DIDN’T WANT TO HURT YOU. ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF RICHARD WILSON SAYS HIS EX DAMAGED HIS MOTORBIKE AND SHOULD PAY FOR THE REPAIRS. DEFENDANT JESSICA KEITHLEY CLAIMS SHE ONLY DAMAGED THE BIKE BECAUSE THE PLAINTIFF LOCKED HER OUT. JUDGE: WAS SHE BEATING ON THE DOOR? KEITHLEY: YES. WILSON: YEAH, SHE BEAT ON THE DOOR A COUPLE TIMES. JUDGE: TRYING TO GET IN? HOW LONG DID YOU LOCK HER OUT? WILSON: PROBABLY A COUPLE MINUTES. JUDGE: HOW LONG DID HE LOCK YOU OUT, MA’AM? KEITHLEY: OVER 5 MINUTES. JUDGE: OK. SO SHE’S BEATING ON THE DOOR, TRYING TO GET BACK IN THE APARTMENT, AND WHAT DO YOU SAY SHE DOES? WILSON: I JUST HEARD A LOUD CRASH, WENT OUTSIDE, AND LOOKED AT MY BIKE. IT WAS TIPPED OVER, IT WAS JACKED UP, GAS EVERYWHERE. I STARTED CRYING. IT’S MY BABY. JUDGE: REALLY? WILSON: THAT’S MY BABY. [GALLERY LAUGHING] THAT’S MY BABY. JUDGE: NO, IT’S– IT’S NOT YOUR BABY. WILSON: NOT MY BABY, BUT– JUDGE: YOU HAVE 5 BABIES. YOUR BIKE IS NOT YOUR BABY. WILSON: THAT’S MY TOY. [APPLAUSE ABATES] JUDGE: SO WHAT HAPPENS? YOU SEE THE BIKE IS PUSHED OVER. WILSON: AND I GOT REALLY, REALLY ANGRY. I GOT PISSED. JUDGE: AND WHAT DID YOU DO? WILSON: I CALLED MY MOM. [GALLERY LAUGHING] ‘CAUSE IF I DIDN’T CALL–IF I– IF I DIDN’T–IF I DIDN’T CALL MY MOM, I WOULD HAVE SNAPPED ON HER. I WOULD HAVE SNAPPED ON HER. THAT’S THE ONLY THING I COULD HAVE DID. I WAS SO ANGRY, I JUST CALLED MY MOM UP. SHE WAS LIKE, “JUST SIT THERE. I’M ON MY WAY. CALM DOWN.” JUDGE: SO YOU CALLED YOUR MOM. WILSON: AND SHE CAME AND SHE CALLED THE POLICE. JUDGE: OK. DO YOU HAVE A POLICE REPORT? WILSON: YES. JUDGE: MAY I SEE IT? WILSON: YES. JUDGE: DID YOU PRESS CHARGES AGAINST MISS JESSICA? WILSON: YES. JUDGE: YOU DID? SO WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CRIMINAL CASE? KEITHLEY: IT GOT DISMISSED. HE CAME INTO COURT AND DISMISSED ALL THE CHARGES. JUDGE: OH, YOU WENT INTO COURT AND DISMISSED THE CHARGES? WILSON: YES. YES. JUDGE: OK. SO–SO WHY ARE YOU HERE? WILSON: I DISMISSED THE CHARGES BECAUSE SHE SAID SHE WAS GONNA FIX THE BIKE HERSELF. KEITHLEY: JUDGE FAITH, THAT’S NOT TRUE. WILSON: AND SHE’S NEVER BEEN TO JAIL BEFORE, AND I FELT BAD BECAUSE SHE WENT TO JAIL. ‘CAUSE SHE WENT TO–JUST ADMITTED TO THE POLICE SHE PUSHED MY BIKE OVER. JUDGE: OK, SO WHAT DO YOU SAY HAPPENED, MA’AM? KEITHLEY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON, HE CAME HOME. IT WAS PROBABLY ABOUT 3:00. UH, I STEPPED OUTSIDE TO GO TAKE THE TRASH OUT, AND WHEN I CAME BACK TO MY DOOR, IT WAS LOCKED. I BANGED ON IT, I TRIED TO OPEN IT. I DIDN’T HAVE ANY KEYS, NO PHONE OR NO ANYTHING. AND I HAD BEEN DRINKING. YES, I WAS DRUNK. UM, I TOLD HIM IF HE DIDN’T UNLOCK THE DOOR THAT I WAS GOING TO KNOCK HIS BIKE OVER. HE STILL DID NOT UNLOCK THE DOOR AFTER A COUPLE OF MINUTES, SO I WENT OUTSIDE AND KNOCKED HIS BI–OR I WAS OUTSIDE, SO I KNOCKED HIS BIKE OVER, AND THAT’S WHEN HE CALLED THE COPS. JUDGE: WHY–WHY DO YOU THINK HE LOCKED YOU OUT? KEITHLEY: I HAVE NO IDEA. JUDGE: LET ME SEE PHOTOS OF THE BIKE. WHAT IS THIS A PHOTO OF? WILSON: YOU SEE WHERE THAT– THAT FRAME IS RIGHT THERE THAT’S HOLDING MY TIRE TOGETHER? THAT BENT, TOO, WHEN SHE PUSHED IT, AND THAT’S A LOT OF MONEY TO FIX. JUDGE: AND YOU UNDERSTAND YOU CAN’T DO WHAT YOU DID? EVEN THOUGH HE HAD NO RIGHT TO LOCK YOU OUT OF YOUR APARTMENT WHERE YOU ARE– KEITHLEY: CORRECT. THAT’S WHY, YEAH, WHEN THE COPS SHOWED UP, I ADMITTED IT. WILSON: THE ONLY REASON I LOCKED HER OUT, BECAUSE I DIDN’T WANT HER TO STOP ME FROM LEAVING. JUDGE: I DON’T CARE. I DON’T CARE WHY. YOU CAN’T DO WHAT YOU DID. THAT’S HER APARTMENT, TOO. WILSON: OK. JUDGE: YOU CAN’T LOCK HER OUT. YOU CAN’T THEN GO OUTSIDE AND PUSH HIS BIKE OVER… KEITHLEY: RIGHT. JUDGE: AND DAMAGE HIS BIKE. WILSON: SHE CAN’T STOP ME FROM LEAVING. SHE CAN’T STAND IN FRONT OF THE DOOR AND GET PHYSICAL WITH ME AND–AND RIP MY SHIRT OFF– JUDGE: I DON’T–I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THAT, SIR. THAT’S NOT A PART OF THIS CASE. I’M TALKING ABOUT WHAT THE TWO OF YOU HAVE ADMITTED TO ME IN COURT TODAY. YOU CAN’T DO EITHER OF THOSE THINGS. SO YOU’RE ARRESTED? KEITHLEY: CORRECT. SO THEN I HAVE TO SPEND THE WEEKEND IN JAIL BECAUSE, UM, ACCORDING TO NEBRASKA STATE LAW, IF THEY’RE CALLED FOR A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE… JUDGE: RIGHT. KEITHLEY: SOMEBODY HAS TO GO TO JAIL. UM, SO THEY TOOK ME. WHEN I CAME BACK, RICHARD WAS HOME AT THE HOUSE, UM, AND WAS ON HIS KNEES, BEGGING ME TO STAY HOME, TELLING ME THAT HE WOULD NOT CHARGE ME WITH, UH, PAYING FOR THE BIKE, THAT ALL HE WANTED TO DO WAS MAKE EVERYTHING RIGHT AND MAKE ME, UH, STAY HOME. JUDGE: IS THAT TRUE? WILSON: NO. JUDGE: YOU NEVER HAD THAT CONVERSATION WITH HER? WILSON: NO. JUDGE: YOU NEVER BEGGED HER TO STAY? WILSON: NO. NO. SHE TOLD ME, IF I–IF I GET THE CHARGES DISMISSED, SHE WILL FIX MY BIKE WITH HER OWN MONEY. JUDGE: HMM. KEITHLEY: MA’AM– JUDGE: DID YOU SAY THAT? KEITHLEY: NO, MA’AM. I MAKE $14,000 A YEAR. THERE’S NO WAY I WOULD HAVE $1,500 TO FIX THE BIKE. WILSON: SHE TOLD ME, IF I CAME HOME, SHE WILL FIX MY BIKE. JUDGE: WHAT’S YOUR COUNTERSUIT ABOUT IN REGARDS TO THE PHONE? KEITHLEY: UM…HE GOT UPSET ONE NIGHT WHILE I WAS SITTING AT THE TABLE AND CHUCKED MY PHONE ACROSS THE KITCHEN FLOOR AND SMASHED IT TO PIECES. JUDGE: SO BACK IN APRIL, THERE IS AN INCIDENT WITH THE BIKE. YOU MOVE BACK INTO THE APARTMENT– WILSON: SHE NEVER LEFT. JUDGE: AND YOU ALL LIVE TOGETHER– KEITHLEY: I NEVER MOVED OUT. JUDGE: NEVER MOVED OUT, SO YOU GO BACK HOME, YOU LIVE TOGETHER IN MAY, IN JUNE, JULY YOU MOVE OUT– WILSON: PAID MY RENT. JUDGE: NOW, YOU WANT TO COME TO COURT AND BRING ALL OF YOUR DRAMA INTO COURT AND TO TELL ME, “HE BROKE MY PHONE WHEN WE WERE DATING,” “SHE BROKE MY MOTORCYCLE WHEN WE WERE DATING,” “HE DIDN’T PAY RENT WHEN WE WERE DATING.” AND I’M TELLING YOU RIGHT NOW, I REALLY DON’T CARE. KEITHLEY: WITH MINE, I HAVE TRIED–I’VE TRIED TO CALL– [APPLAUSE] I CALLED THE POLICE. I’VE HAD TO CALL THE POLICE TO– JUDGE: I’M NOT HERE–LISTEN. I’M NOT HERE TO BE YOUR THERAPIST. I’M NOT HERE TO BE IYANLA VANZANT AND SORT THROUGH THE INS AND OUTS OF YOUR RELATIONSHIP, AND WHAT THE– AND ALL THE DRAMA THAT HAPPENED BETWEEN THE TWO OF YOU. FIRST OF ALL, IF YOU DON’T WANT SOMEONE TO KNOCK OVER YOUR BIKE, DON’T LOCK THEM OUT OF THEIR OWN APARTMENT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SOMEONE TO BREAK YOUR PHONE AFTER YOU GET INTO A DISPUTE, THEN YOU DON’T MOVE BACK IN WITH YOUR BOYFRIEND. WILSON: YOU’RE STILL SAYING IF I COME HOME, YOU’RE GONNA FIX MY BIKE. KEITHLEY: NO. WILSON: I’M NOT COMING HOME. I’M DONE. I’M GOOD. KEITHLEY: I WASN’T GONNA FIX YOUR BIKE. JUDGE: WELL, LISTEN, HERE’S WHAT ELSE IS NOT GOING TO BE FIXED. I’M NOT GOING TO FIX YOUR LIFE. BOTH YOUR CASES ARE DISMISSED. HAVE A GOOD DAY. KEITHLEY: THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF AMBER VANDERHORST SAYS HER EX-FRIEND MOVED OUT OF THE APARTMENT THEY HAD TOGETHER AND BROKE THEIR LEASE. SHE’S SUING FOR UNPAID RENT, FEES, AND CLEANING EXPENSES. SHE’S JOINED IN COURT TODAY BY HER MOTHER, JACKIE CONYERS. DEFENDANT CASSIDY WILLIAMS CLAIMS THE PLAINTIFF ASSAULTED HER, SO SHE HAD TO MOVE OUT AND SHE OWES NOTHING. BARBARA: YOUR HONOR, THIS CASE IS VANDERHORST VERSUS WILLIAMS. JUDGE: THANK YOU, BARBARA. AMBER VANDERHORST? VANDERHORST: YES, I AM. JUDGE: YOU ARE SUING THE DEFENDANT, CASSIDY WILLIAMS… WILLIAMS: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: FOR $4,717 YOU SAY SHE OWES YOU FOR BREAKING A LEASE, FOR BACK RENT, AND ALSO CLEANING FEES? VANDERHORST: CORRECT. JUDGE: OK. TELL ME WHAT’S GOING ON HERE. HOW DO YOU KNOW THE DEFENDANT? VANDERHORST: UM, I KNOW THE DEFENDANT BECAUSE WE’VE BEEN FRIENDS FOR 10-PLUS YEARS. CASSIDY IS LIKE A SISTER TO ME. IF WE EVER SAW DISAGREEMENTS, WE ALWAYS USED TO LAUGH AT EACH OTHER IN EACH OTHER’S FACE ABOUT IT. IT WAS NEVER LIKE HOW IT IS NOW, SO FOR THINGS TO SPIRAL WAS KIND OF, LIKE, A SMACK IN THE FACE, BASICALLY. JUDGE: WELL, DID–IS THIS THE FIRST TIME THAT THE TWO OF YOU LIVED TOGETHER IN AN APARTMENT? WILLIAMS: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: OK. PRIOR TO THAT, YOU JUST KNEW EACH OTHER FROM SCHOOL? WILLIAMS: RIGHT. JUDGE: OK. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR RELATIONSHIP PRIOR TO YOU MOVING IN? WILLIAMS: WE ALWAYS LEANED ON EACH OTHER FOR THINGS, YOU KNOW. NEVER–THINGS NEVER GOT OUT OF HAND. JUDGE: OK. WHAT WAS THE AGREEMENT IN TERMS OF RENT? VANDERHORST: I WAS PLANNING ON STAYING WITH MY PARENTS TO STACK MONEY SO THAT I COULD MOVE TO ATLANTA– JUDGE: YOU SAY SACK– STACK MONEY? VANDERHORST: YES, SAVE MONEY. HA HA HA! JUDGE: OK. I KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS. HA HA HA! OK. VANDERHORST: SO, UM, GO AHEAD AND MOVE TO ATLANTA FOR A JOB. I HAD SPOKEN TO CASSIDY. CASSIDY BEGGED ME TO MOVE WITH HER BECAUSE SHE WAS NOT GETTING ALONG WITH HER PARENTS. JUDGE: OK, SO WHAT HAPPENED? WHY DID YOU MOVE OUT EARLY? WILLIAMS: FOR A COUPLE–WELL, EVERYTHING’S BEEN FINE WHEN WE FIRST MOVED IN, ALL THE MONTHS, YOU KNOW. HER SPOUSE CAME BACK IN THE PICTURE, THEN I FELT– JUDGE: YOU SAID HER SPOUSE? WILLIAMS: YES. JUDGE: OH, YOU WERE MARRIED? VANDERHORST: I WAS DATING SOMEONE. JUDGE: OH, OK. WILLIAMS: CAME IN THE PICTURE, YOU KNOW. I FELT AS THOUGH, EVER SINCE THEN, THINGS STARTED GOING DOWNHILL. JUDGE: SO YOU WERE DATING SOMEONE. DID THAT PERSON MOVE INTO THE APARTMENT? WILLIAMS: SHE WAS THERE EVERY NIGHT. JUDGE: WAS SHE THERE EVERY NIGHT? VANDERHORST: YES, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: OK. WILLIAMS: UM, IT’S BEEN A COUPLE OF WEEKS, YOU KNOW. THINGS HAVEN’T BEEN GOING WELL BETWEEN ME AND AMBER. JUDGE: BECAUSE OF HER PARTNER MOVING INTO THE APARTMENT? WILLIAMS: I DON’T WANT TO SAY BECAUSE OF HER PARTNER. I REALLY DON’T KNOW WHAT THE REASON IS, YOUR HONOR. UM, BUT ONE NIGHT SHE CAME HOME. I WAS MINDING MY OWN BUSINESS IN MY ROOM. SHE CAME IN MY ROOM AND STARTED, AND THAT’S WHERE THE WHOLE ARGUMENT CAME INTO PLACE. UM, I WAS STILL CALM THE WHOLE TIME SHE WANTED TO ARGUE. JUDGE: WELL, WHAT WAS SHE SAYING TO YOU? WILLIAMS: I’M FUNNY, I’M SLIMY, I’M–YOU KNOW– JUDGE: WHAT WAS GOING ON? ANNOUNCER: COMING UP ON “JUDGE FAITH,” NO ONE’S CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK. JUDGE: YOU SAID SHE THREW SOMETHING ON YOU? WILLIAMS: YES, SOME OLD MILK, AND HEATED IT UP ON THE STOVE AND SHE THREW IT ON ME. JUDGE: I WOULDN’T SET FOOT IN THAT APARTMENT ANOTHER DAY BECAUSE I DON’T KNOW WHEN YOU’RE GONNA LOSE IT AGAIN. ANNOUNCER: PLAINTIFF AMBER VANDERHORST SAYS HER FRIEND AND FORMER ROOMMATE MOVED OUT EARLY AND BROKE THEIR LEASE. DEFENDANT CASSIDY WILLIAMS CLAIMS HER SO-CALLED FRIEND ASSAULTED HER, AND SHE OWES NOTHING. VANDERHORST: CASSIDY AS WELL HAD COMPANY THAT CAME IN. SHE WAS VERY DISRESPECTFUL, WOULD NOT SPEAK. THAT’S REALLY WHERE THINGS GOT OUT OF CONTROL, BECAUSE OF THE DISRESPECT. I WAS BROUGHT UP THAT ANYTIME YOU WALK INSIDE ANYBODY’S HOUSE, YOU SPEAK TO THAT PERSON, REGARDLESS OF WHAT YOU HAVE GOING ON. SHE CLAIMED THAT SHE SPOKE TO HER COMPANY ABOUT THAT, BUT IT WAS STILL GOING ON. ANYTIME CASSIDY HAS ISSUES, I ALWAYS HAVE TO ASK CASSIDY, “WHAT’S UP?” “NOTHING.” GIVE HER A MINUTE, THEN SHE’LL COME TELL ME. IT’S ALWAYS BABYING HER. JUDGE: SO WHAT HAPPENED THE NIGHT SHE SAYS YOU CAME IN HER ROOM AND CONFRONTED HER? YOU WERE ANGRY. WHAT WAS THAT ABOUT? VANDERHORST: I WAS TALKING TO HER CALMLY, HOW I’M TALKING TO YOU NOW… JUDGE: OK. VANDERHORST: AND I JUST ASKED HER, “YOU KNOW, LIKE, WHAT’S UP?” AND I WAS–SHE WAS SAYING, “NOTHING’S WRONG. IT JUST SEEMS LIKE EVERY TIME YOU’RE IN HERE AND YOUR GUEST CALLS YOU OUT, THEN YOU HAVE TO LEAVE, YOU KNOW, WE’RE NOT TALKING OR NOTHING LIKE THAT.” AND SHE ENDED UP THROWING, BASICALLY, DIRT, BASICALLY BEING–HITTING LOW BLOWS, JUST IN FRONT OF MY GUEST TO TRY AND, YOU KNOW, MESS UP THINGS THAT WAS GOING ON. WILLIAMS: THAT’S NOT TRUE. JUDGE: WHAT HAPPENED? WILLIAMS: SHE CAME IN MY ROOM. SHE STARTED THROWING LOW BLOWS AT ME FIRST. I ONLY THREW ONE LOW BLOW AT HER. BASICALLY, WHAT SHE WANTED TO DO IS SHE WANTED TO FIGHT. THEN I TURNED AROUND TO GO IN MY ROOM, PACK MY THINGS ‘CAUSE I FELT AS THOUGH THAT WAS TIME FOR ME TO LEAVE. SO I’M JUST BEGINNING TO TURN AROUND, I TURN AROUND, SHE HITS ME WITH A LIQUOR BOTTLE. JUDGE: A LIQUOR BOTTLE? WILLIAMS: YES. YES, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: DID YOU DO THAT? VANDERHORST: DID I HIT HER WITH A LIQUOR BOTTLE? JUDGE: OK, THAT–THAT MEANS YES, THE WAY YOU JUST PAUSED. OK. VANDERHORST: YES, I DID HIT HER WITH A LIQUOR BOTTLE. JUDGE: OK. ALL RIGHT. WILLIAMS: AND THEN CONTINUED TO TRY TO FIGHT ME. [GALLERY LAUGHS] AND I PACKED UP MY THINGS AND I MOVED. I CAN’T– JUDGE: WHERE DID SHE HIT YOU WITH THE–WHERE DID SHE HIT YOU? WILLIAMS: RIGHT HERE. JUDGE: WHY DID YOU DO THAT? VANDERHORST: I DID IT BECAUSE WE WERE ALREADY IN EACH OTHER’S FACE. THAT WAS THE THING, WITH HER SAYING SHE WAS GOING IN HER ROOM– JUDGE: SO WHAT? SO WHAT? VANDERHORST: OK. JUDGE: WHY DID YOU DO THAT? VANDERHORST: LIKE I SAID, THINGS HAD ALREADY ESCALATED– JUDGE: YOU PICK UP A LIQUOR BOTTLE, WHICH IS A DANGEROUS WEAPON UNDER THE LAW, AND YOU HIT HER IN THE HEAD. THAT’S AN ASSAULT. VANDERHORST: OK. JUDGE: I DON’T CARE IF YOU’RE ARGUING. YOU ESCALATED IT. YOU SAID SHE THREW SOMETHING ON YOU? WILLIAMS: YES, SOME OLD MILK. AND HEATED IT UP ON THE STOVE AND SHE THREW IT ON ME. JUDGE: DID YOU DO THAT, TOO? VANDERHORST: NO, I DID NOT THROW MILK. I DID CHOP HER WITH THE BOTTLE, BUT I DID NOT THROW NO MILK. [GALLERY LAUGHING] JUDGE: MA’AM, ARE YOU HER MOTHER? CONYERS: YES. JUDGE: WOULD YOU STAND UP, PLEASE, AND STEP OVER? WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT ALL OF THIS? CONYERS: [SIGHS] WELL, I’M VERY DISAPPOINTED IN BOTH GIRLS. UM, CASSIDY HAS ALWAYS BEEN IN OUR HOME. SHE’S LIKE A DAUGHTER TO ME. YOU KNOW, I WANT THE GIRLS TO GET ALONG BECAUSE THEY’VE BEEN TOGETHER FOREVER. JUDGE: WELL, SHE MOVED OUT AFTER THIS FIGHT, RIGHT? CONYERS: I THINK BEFORE THAT EVEN HAPPENED, YOUR HONOR, THERE WAS FRICTION SOMEWHERE IN THERE– JUDGE: OH, CLEARLY, CLEARLY THERE WAS. CONYERS: WITH THE GIRLS, SOMETHING WAS GOING ON, AND AMBER SAID, “WELL, YOU KNOW, I CAN PAY MY HALF AND I CAN HELP YOU.” AND WE’VE ALWAYS DONE THAT… JUDGE: OK. CONYERS: YOU KNOW, WITH THE SITUATION. JUDGE: THANK YOU, MA’AM. THANK YOU. CONYERS: MM-HMM. JUDGE: WHAT WERE YOU DOING IN GERMANY? WILLIAMS: I WAS IN THE MILITARY. JUDGE: OK. WHAT PART OF THE MILITARY? WILLIAMS: ARMY. JUDGE: YOU’RE TRAINED IN COMBAT? WILLIAMS: YES, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: I’M JUST CURIOUS. I MEAN, I’M JUST ASKING YOU. YOU’RE TRAINED IN COMBAT? WILLIAMS: YES, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: OK. WERE YOU FIGHTING BACK OR DID YOU JUST TRY TO AVOID IT? WILLIAMS: NO. JUDGE: SO SHE WASN’T FIGHTING YOU BACK? VANDERHORST: NO. JUDGE: OK. SO YOU JUST PRETTY MUCH JUMPED ON HER? VANDERHORST: NO, I DID NOT JUMP ON HER. SHE–NO, MA’AM. JUDGE: YOU JUST SAID SHE WASN’T FIGHTING YOU BACK. SHE WAS NOT TRYING TO FIGHT YOU. VANDERHORST: OK, BUT I DID NOT CONTINUE TO TRY AND FIGHT HER IS WHAT I’M TRYING TO SAY, YOUR HONOR. JUDGE: YEAH, BECAUSE HITTING HER IN THE HEAD WITH A BOTTLE IS ENOUGH. VANDERHORST: I CHOPPED HER ONE TIME, AND THE BOTTLE WAS DROPPED. ANYTHING ELSE BESIDES THAT WAS STRAIGHT HANDS. I WAS NOT FIGHTING HER WITH A BOTTLE. JUDGE: OH, OK. [GALLERY LAUGHING] ANNOUNCER: AND NOW, JUDGE FAITH RULES. JUDGE: YOU’RE STILL LIVING IN THE APARTMENT? VANDERHORST: YES, MA’AM. JUDGE: DID YOU EV–DID YOU TRY TO GET SOMEBODY ELSE TO MOVE IN AFTER SHE LEFT? VANDERHORST: I DON’T DO ROOMMATES. I REALLY DON’T. JUDGE: OH, OK. WELL, THAT’S GONNA BE A PROBLEM FOR YOU. YOU HAVE A DUTY TO TRY TO MITIGATE THE DAMAGES THAT YOU SAY SHE OWES BY GETTING SOMEONE ELSE TO MOVE INTO–TO THE PLACE. LISTEN, CLEARLY YOU DON’T DO ROOMMATES BECAUSE YOU ASSAULTED THE ONLY ROOMMATE YOU HAD AT THE TIME. WILLIAMS: MM-HMM. JUDGE: BUT THEN YOU WANT TO COME INTO COURT AFTER ADMITTING TO ASSAULTING HER AND HITTING HER IN THE HEAD WITH A BOTTLE. IF SHE WANTED TO FIGHT YOU BACK, SHE COULD. SHE’S TRAINED. SHE’S A TRAINED FIGHTER IN THE UNITED STATES MILITARY, AND SHE DIDN’T FIGHT YOU BACK BECAUSE SHE DIDN’T WANT TO HURT YOU. WHO WANTS TO LIVE IN THAT–IN THAT APARTMENT WITH YOU AFTER YOU ASSAULT THEM WITH A BOTTLE? I WOULDN’T SET FOOT IN THAT APARTMENT ANOTHER DAY BECAUSE I DON’T KNOW WHEN YOU’RE GONNA LOSE IT AGAIN. I HAVE A LOT OF CASES WHERE PEOPLE BREAK LEASES AND THEY MOVE OUT. THEY COME UP WITH ALL SORTS OF REASONS: “I LOST MY JOB,” “I DIDN’T HAVE THE MONEY,” ” I DIDN’T”– YOU KNOW, ALL SORTS OF REASONS. BUT THIS IS ONE CASE WHERE I FIND HER REASON FOR MOVING OUT AND NOT MOVING BACK IN THAT APARTMENT AND REFUSING TO PAY– TO PAY RENT TO BE JUSTIFIED. YOU ASSAULTED HER, AND YOU ADMIT YOU ASSAULTED HER. YOU COULD BE VERY WELL IN A DIFFERENT COURT. YOU’RE IN A CIVIL COURT. YOU COULD BE IN CRIMINAL COURT TODAY. JUDGMENT IN THIS CASE IS FOR THE DEFENDANT.>>YEAH. [APPLAUSE] ANNOUNCER: IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS A DISPUTE, DON’T TAKE THE LAW INTO YOUR OWN HANDS. LET JUDGE FAITH RULE ON IT FOR YOU. TO SUBMIT YOUR CASE, GO TO JUDGEFAITH.COM AND TELL US YOUR STORY.

100 thoughts on “Judge Faith – Baby Mama Bang Up Part Two; Best Friend Fist Fight (Season 1: Episode #140)

  1. Quite honestly it’s nothing to see here except a man with self hate issues and a serial color complex. He ain’t learn the last time so he’s a bucket of shit in my opinion making a fool of himself on national tv!

  2. i like barbara better than Juan. She's always so pretty lol. When i first saw Juan on the newer episodes i was like "wtf where's barbara" lmao

  3. Judge Faith, don't say, "in regards to…" Regards are well wishes, as in a salutation. The correct thing to say would be, regarding or with regard to…
    Amber's mom was SO sweet.

  4. I did chop her with the bottle but I didn't throw no milk πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’ man listen hands feet and everything else would have been on her.

  5. The crowd is soo irritating whats wrong w five kids at 30 tf he pose to wait til he 50 or something like stfu …

  6. Dude be single and celibate. Take care of your kids and do better about yourself. Your choice in women are a reflection of who you are. You not ready for a real woman brah!

  7. He need to be by himself and she need to learn how to count…6th child not seventh…also, she harrassed the last womem he was with and now she looks stupid as well as preguant in court smh!!

  8. Girl bye, you are mo more than another one of his baby mamas in your case soon to be a bitter baby mama number 6 not 7!!

  9. This judge is a fucken bitch. Now if he would’ve whooped her fucken ass the judge would’ve been talkin shit. About that. That man didn’t stand a chance in court. This lady is a bitch and she shouldn’t be a fucken judge, she’s one sided.

  10. That lil heffa had a stank ass attitude. "I hit her with the bottle once n the rest was straight hands" ,clearly she wanted a fight n hit her more than once. She lucky that girl didnt mollywhop her ass like I wouldve. That 30 yr old momas boy getting what he deserves,stay away from that stupid ass bitch for good, she is broke n cant afford to fix no damn motorcycle. Take care of them 5 and 2 possible kids he got he wont have time for silly hoes……shannon b

  11. 1st case, wow, all drama & Faith was not having it. "Both of your cases dismissed." πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ good verdict.

    2nd case.
    1st off, I don't hit woman but if she did that to me, she'd be in the hospital. I don't care who you are, I defend myself.

    Win or lose, even if it's obvious I'd lose. Cause guess what, payback is a BITCH.

  12. The guy in the first case is immature πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ at 30 u have a confrontation and u called your mom πŸ™„and u cried when your bike fell.. wooow

  13. REALLY… the look on her faceπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I really don't care, I'm not a psychologist, I'm not going to fix your life. Both cases are dismissed. Gold

  14. In the first case is why you don't go to TV court if you want a fair ruling. You cannot damage somebody's property because they locked you out. Sue them for locking you out. But you can't just tear up people stuff. I guess it made for better TV to say both of y'all suck your cases are dismissed.

  15. White women would deal with anything a black man does, just as long as she can say her man is black. lol dummies. And they think it's a treasure to be with a black man even if hes beating her ass, cheating, has 6 kids with 6 different women, No job, no life whatsoever. It's sad to see white women go down with black men.

  16. Case #2 Clearly the plaintiff has issues and her mither is passive as hell. She picked on this girl talking about i was taught to speak when you walk in the house you speak. Did your mom also teach you to keep your hands to yourself. I wiuld have beat the brakes off of her ass.

  17. ugh imsorry i like Judge Faith but i really dont like how she was going at the black guy, that white lady damaged his bike .make her pay. its better that he locked her DRUNK mad self out then them fighting.

  18. They can teehee all they want, but my son is 25 years old, and the very instant a broad do some bs to him or his property, he texts me our code and I'm THERE!! See, what a conniving bitch you WON'T do is get my son locked up…Any advantage she THINKS she has, is like dust in the wind the moment I show up.

  19. The first case,Their idiots. she says he pulled up on a bike at a gas station and wouldn’t let her pull off till he gave her his number like…. what? I Would of ran his ass over πŸ™„

  20. She was feeling so tough until judge burst her little bubble by letting her know that it wasn't a fight, it was an attack, bc had it been a fight, her ass would've been handed without contest.

  21. That last case was psycho and pretty cool, salute to the strong woman who is trained for combat yet refuse to hurt her crazy roommate!

  22. Bet he ain't taking care of any of those children worried about a damn motorcycle and have to call his mama cause he can't be grown

  23. I love Judge Faith but she admitted to damaging his bike. I believe she has anger issues and putting on a front. He should have not dropped the charges.

  24. The girls was fucking. They wasn't fighting for nothing. The plaintiff was squinting her eyes everytime the judge spoke..

  25. I don’t think Judge faith was listening to this dude for real. She’s just irritated by him as a person lol. He tried explaining why he locked the door to avoid a physically altercation and she said she cares less? Smh

  26. I slick commend dude for calling his mom instead of beating that ass bc baby…that ass woulda been mine. Fukk all that; my mama too far. U getting that ass beat shawty on site. Quickest case I've seen

  27. I only laugh when he said he called his mom because of the old lady behind him sitting down started nodding like you damn skipping

  28. I called my momπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚your mom saved you from alot of cans of whoopass😭😭😭😭😭

  29. They laughing because he called his mother,🀷 judge tripn cause he locked her out 🀦 what would it be had she said he whooped my ass got his stuff and left🀷🀦😠

  30. Everything was fine until that dude was allowed to move in. Amber might of been a little jealous. And wanted her out.

  31. Omg I feel him on that. When my ex pushed me there By vandalising my car. I had to call my Dad to calm me down. Cause I almost lost it.

  32. Did he say the bike was his baby?!πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

  33. Ole girl got that SERIOUS combat training. If she had laid hands on that girl, that would've been dog walk of the century.

  34. Is it me or was that grown ass dude crying at the end! Haha 7 kids and acting like that,good luck on getting him to be a real father!

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