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Storage Wars Cast Purposefully Peddled A Phony Product!

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Ruh-roh!

The cast-members from A&E's Storage Wars allegedly manufactured a fraudulent product on purpose because — why else!– it put more cash in their pockets!

Basically, if you haven't heard, the rumor is that producers have been beefing up the show by hiding valuables inside storage units for the cast to deliberately find. You know, because the show would be boring if all they ever found was tennis balls and shrunken heads! (Remember that episode?! LOL!)

One source revealed:

"In one meeting with executives Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz stood up and said they wanted the show to keep salting their lockers."

This isn't the kind of salting one does to popcorn at the movies!

These two supposedly planted valuables in storage lockers to boost ratings! Sneaky, sneaky!!!

The source continued:

"But Brandi and Jarrod were all for it. They said they were even in favor of more salting! Brandi and Jarrod have benefited greatly from the salting… And when talk turned toward possibly stopping it Brandi and Jarrod made it very, very clear they were strongly in favor of it."

As we told you earlier in the week, David Hester is suing the show and the network after being fired!!

The former cast-member swears he was only fired because he was making too many waves about the staged lockers and culture of deception!

David hopes to be awarded millions of dollars in damages.

[Image via A&E.]

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8 comments to “Storage Wars Cast Purposefully Peddled A Phony Product!”



  1. 1

    As if anyone ever thought it wasn't staged?



  2. 2

    I am sure the "source" is Dave Hester. He is a puke stain.

  3. beach says – reply to this


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    DUH. We all knew this Perez. Long before you did. I'm sure there are people who believe it to be true, but there are people that believe ANYTHING. This is not news. Except maybe to the dumbasses in the world now going out trying to buy storage lockers. LOL



  4. 4

    people get their storage units robbed all the time and only need to miss one payment to lose all their belongings.. I like the episodes I saw but it kind of encourages people to rob others

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    5

    Most of the situational drama on reality shows are staged as well. The loophole seems to be labelling it 'entertainment.'

  6. TheOZ says – reply to this


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    I have bought storage units for more then 20 years. I do find some good stuff, but nothing like the things these shows act like you find on a daily basis. The show is for theatrics, it is also sponsored by a company that owns the units. All they wanted to do was get more people to auctions to drive up the bids.

  7. collector69 says – reply to this


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    I to have been buying for years about 2,000 of these units over 20 years,they should be sued by people for committing fraud.i wish i would have found a 1/3 of what they find.i wonder how many people losted money by watching the show and then going to storage auction.sue sue expose them a/e for the fraud they are

  8. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: collector69 – I always wondered whether the storage owners go through the units before the auctions once the people are in arrears enough to actually list the locker up for auction. Easy enough to put a different lock on. Not kosher, but if they haven't paid their bill, it could happen, couldn't it?