Vegas couple alleges stint on ‘Property Brothers’ left home with faults, health hazards

A Las Vegas couple is waging a legal battle against the production company behind HGTV’s “Property Brothers” in a lawsuit alleging their stint on the renovation show left their home with dangerous faults and disturbing health hazards.

Paul and Mindy King told KLAS they married in 2018 and purchased a home to start their lives together shortly thereafter. The same year, the couple said they entered into an agreement with Canadian TV personalities Jonathan and Drew Scott and provided them $200,000 to update and renovate their dream home on one of their reality shows.

“We didn’t have a honeymoon. I didn’t get a wedding band,” Mindy King told the news station on Monday. “We took our savings because we trusted Jonathan and Drew. Again Jonathan and Drew, where are you? Why are you not helping us?”

In a lawsuit filed in Clark County District Court, the Kings claimed Cineflix — the production company the Scotts were working with at the time — and Villa Construction delivered the exact opposite of a makeover. Their home was left with a moldy dishwasher deemed a biohazard by inspectors, sewage leaking into their cupboards and a sink that collapsed into their kitchen island, according to court documents.

The Kings further alleged that Cineflix wasn’t even licensed to perform the work in Nevada, while Villa Construction had no expertise in home renovation, resulting in the series of health and building violations.

“They’re making their millions of dollars. Their fame,” Mindy King added. “They’re living their lifestyle based off of people like us, that put our trust into them.”