On Friday, there was news that the feds seized a Storage Wars locker. They took the contents because there is concern it was used in a possible “espionage attack” case. Now, reality star Nabila Haniss is suing Boeing. What is this latest Storage Wars news all about?
— The Blast (@TheBlastNews) October 17, 2019
Feds Seize Contents Of Storage Wars Locker Room
Storage Wars fans know that what is inside of a storage locker can be anything. This time, a veteran from the popular reality show discovered that they purchased military-grade equipment used for intelligence gathering.
According to Pop Culture, Nabila Haniss and her partner attended a storage auction in Lennox California on September 6. They got a brief glimpse inside of the storage locker. Nabila and her partner saw “several hard, black cases that appeared to be electronic equipment.” That looked like something profitable, so they bid on the locker and paid $6,900.
They realized the equipment was military gear upon closer inspection. Then they contacted Boeing, whose name was on the packaging and an attorney. Someone contacted the feds. They determined that this gear may have been used in an “espionage attack.” They took the equipment away, leaving Nabila $6,900 poorer, with nothing to sell.
Stars Sues Boeing
The Blast, who examined the legal documents, reports that Nabila Haniss and her partner sued Boeing. They want to recoup their financial loss. Digital Receiver Technology or DRT created this tech. They manufacture receiver and transceiver equipment to listen for terroristic threats to the nation. The Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security use this sort of equipment.
Storage Wars fans May remember Nabila Haniss for appearing on the A&E show as a reoccurring storage locker buyer during the second through fourth seasons.
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Maybe @aetv in their ultimate wisdom will sling another season! #TeamDotson’s always on the #ModernDayTreasureHunt #DontForgetToPayTheLady
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— Dan Dotson on A&E (@auctionguydan) October 10, 2019
Storage Wars Cast In The News
Although there is still no confirmation that there will be a Storage Wars Season 13, many members of the reality show have been in the news for storage locker stories and health reasons. Even the most ardent Storage Wars fan may not be up-to-date with all the stories. Starting with the latest news, it appears that Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz have split. Although the couple have not made a formal announcement, their recent social media has made it clear that they are not together. Meanwhile, Jarrod has some legal problems for resisting arrest.
In September, Dave Hester revealed that he survived a serious stroke. Over Memorial Day weekend, Rene and Casey Nezhoda’s store was robbed! In late April, Barry Weiss was in a serious motorcycle accident. He seriously hurt his back and leg and required a lot of surgeries and hospitalization. In March, “The Gambler,” Darryl Sheets asked for prayers, after suffering a minor heart attack at a Justin Timberlake show. He required surgery and is doing fine now.
In December 2018, Rene and Casey were in the news for purchasing Farrah Fawcett’s storage locker. The only problem was that it was already “cherry picked” before the purchase. The promise of some spectacular collectibles, including Farrah’s infamous red bathing suit was not in the contents. In November 2018, Don and Laura Dotson revealed that he auctioned off a locker that had a safe with $7.5 million!
Storage Wars fans, what do you think of the last news with Nabila Haniss and the contents in the locker she purchased? Share your comments and be sure to check back with TV Shows Ace. Currently, Storage Wars fans are waiting to hear about Season 13.
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