'Kitchen Cousins' hosts file for bankruptcy after suit over allegedly shoddy work, report says

TENAFLY — The co-hosts of “Kitchen Cousins” on HGTV each filed for bankruptcy Aug. 4 after an arbitration ruling awarded $857,894 to two Tenafly residents who sued over an allegedly shoddy renovation of their home, the Record reported.

Robert and Peng Avery sued John Colaneri, Anthony Carrino and their company Brunulleschi Construction in 2013 on claims including consumer fraud, breach of contract, fraud and negligence. They allegedly performed shoddy work, lied about the house passing final inspections and abandoned the job after being paid $211,000.

“Kitchen Cousins” and HGTV were not parties to the suit.

David L. Stevens, the attorney for …read more

Source: NJ.com Bergen

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