Report: Former TNA Knockouts Champion Brooke Adams Suing Landlord For Wrongful Eviction

A wrongful eviction case has arisen involving a former TNA star.

The 'Houston Chronicle' is reporting that former 3-time TNA Knockouts Champion Brooke Adams or better known by some as "Miss Tessmacher", is taking legal action against her landlord for wrongful eviction. Adams is a native and resident of Houston, Texas and is claiming that she was evicted because of her emotional support dog. 

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According to court documents obtained by the publication, when Adams and her husband Weston Wayne Piper moved into their Houston home in 2017, they paid a deposit fee for a dog named "Noodles" whom was the emotional support animal. In December of 2017, they brought home a dog named "Waffles". Brooke Adams shared in court that she suffers from depression and Waffles helps her battle that.


Happy 1st Birthday to my whittle baby Waffle Butts!!! A day hasn’t gone by yet where you haven’t made me laugh since you became a part of our family. We got you as an emotional support dog to help with my postpartum depression and the loss of my father and you have far exceeded anything I could have ever imagined. After I had my son my other little angel Noodles wouldn’t come out and was highly affected with the new addition of us bringing home a baby! Waffles brought her back to life as he has this entire family. We are so blessed to have you Waffles! I promise to give you your 5 minutes of morning kisses for the next 20 years -- #happybirthday #hbd #frenchie #peidfrenchie #birthdayboy #emotionalsupportanimal

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The property manager Rutkun Tao and Fan Chen who owns the property realized that Noodles and Waffles were not the same dog. Tao and Chen asked Brooke Adams and her husband to pay an additional deposit fee because they did not alert them that Waffles was being brought onto the property. Adams claimed in court that she offered to pay the fee but instead, Chen and Tao declined the payment and soon sent her an eviction notice and Adams and Piper left the home on December 31st of 2017.

The site added that Brooke stated she believes she was not required to tell the landlords about Waffles because it is her right to have the dog. The trail is expected to continue on Wednesday and we will update you here on Fightful as more information comes to the forefront.


The 'Houston Chronicle' broke more news yesterday as well as they reported that the 2020 WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view is emanating from Houston, Texas and for more on that, check out Fightful's video news update about the topic.

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