The contractor who built the trailer used in the viral video above is being sued by a Texas man who alleges he was duped out of $10,000 and was also the victim of a scam.
Amber S. Stapleton filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against a company she contracted with in 2013.
The video shows the contractor building a trailer for a business called The Bistro, which sells burgers, tacos, sandwiches, and salads.
But as the video progresses, Stapletons truck breaks down.
The truck was never delivered and the company eventually ended up with a lawsuit, according to court documents.
The suit claims that in late 2013, the trailer company sent a letter to Staplets business manager that the trailer was a complete mess.
The letter stated that the company was responsible for repairing the trailer, but the letter also stated that Staples business was not insured.
The letter stated the company had “lost money from the sale of the trailer” and the trailer would cost $5,000 to repair, according the lawsuit.
In 2014, Stashton hired a company called Landscape Technologies to install the trailer.
In October of that year, she signed a contract with the company.
Stashlets business card listed her occupation as “contractor.”
But on the company’s website, the company lists her occupation under “director” because she worked at the company for three years.
Landscape also listed Stashlets current location as Austin, Texas.
The company sent the contract to Stashletts insurance company, according a statement from the company, and the insurance company sent it to Stacheles insurance company on January 19, 2018.
Stapletas insurance company then notified Landscape and Stachelis insurance company that she was being sued, the statement said.
The insurance company said in a statement that the insurance claims process involved a review of the claims history and other documentation, including all the relevant documents from the previous two years.
The claim also included Stashleton’s home address and phone number, which were all included in the insurance claim.
Stasin was unaware that the contractor had changed her address, according Stachels insurance company.
The contractor said that she contacted him on April 18, 2017, and he sent her a copy of the insurance policy, the lawsuit said.
Stakletts claims administrator wrote in the claim that Stashla was a contractor at Landscape, and Stashlans home address was incorrect, according Topps.
The contract is not a legal document, and therefore does not give legal advice, the Topps statement said, adding that the claim was submitted to the Texas Department of Insurance.
Landscape said it did not have an attorney representing it in the lawsuit, and that it did nothing wrong.
The Texas Department Of Insurance did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.