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Is “Storage Wars” Fake?- Dave Hester Claims Yuppp

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Have you ever seen “Storage Wars” on A&E? I’m guessing you have. It follows a group of people who buy storage units. Yup, the show goes to auctions on storage units. You get to watch people buy junk. Sometimes through that junk there is a gem. But is this gem real? Dave Hester claims “Storage Wars” is fake. Yuuuuuuuppppp he isn’t kidding.

According to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, David Hester (aka Dave Hester) claims he was fired from the show when he complained to producers about the alleged “rigging practices”.

Hester claims in one case producers planted a BMW mini car under a pile of trash. In another case, Hester alleges producers planted a pile of old newspapers that announced the death of Elvis. For some reason, that’s a valuable commodity. And Hester goes on … claiming the show even gave less than photogenic cast members money for plastic surgery to “create more sex appeal.”

I guess the plastic surgery explains why Brandi looks nice! Zinga!

Hester claims in the suit he was terminated because he told people how the show is fake. A rep for A&E tells TMZ:

“We do not know about a lawsuit being filed and we do not comment on pending or threatened litigation.”

What do you think? Do you think Storage Wars is fake?

 

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[via TMZ]

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