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Spike TV Evicts Nightmare Neighbors With “World’s Worst Tenants”

by dsussman   June 07, 2012 at 12:00AM  |  Views: 7,769
Spike TV Evicts Nightmare Neighbors With “World’s Worst Tenants”


Premiering Tuesday, June 12 at 10:00 PM, ET/PT only on SPIKE, World's Worst Tenants follows professional evictor Todd Howard and his crack team, business partner Rick Moore and wife Randye, as they remove the most despicable, outrageous, dangerous and insane tenants from residential, commercial and retail units in which they manage.

Howard and his team take viewers behind closed doors into the most heated, high-stakes disputes between landlords and their tenants. Each mission documents the process and procedure that allows this no-holds-barred team to operate within legal guidelines to resolve each case on behalf of their clients. In season one, viewers will see Howard, Rick, and Randye step into several tumultuous situations, including an organized illegal fight club, a marijuana grow farm, and an unlicensed cosmetic surgery clinic, amongst many others.

Born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Todd Howard, 47, joined the U.S. Marines in 1983 at the age of 18. Following four years of duty, Howard left the Marines and relocated his home base to California, where he continued to work as a personal trainer and nutritionist. In 1990, Howard met his wife Randye in Palm Springs, CA while at a bodybuilding competition. In 1996, Howard was introduced to property management by his future business partner Rick Moore after selling him his home. Soon after the two started their San Diego County based business, which currently owns and manages over 100 properties with a portfolio that includes commercial, resident, and raw land development projects.

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