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Thursday, November 17, 2016

North Carolina foster parents who featured on 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' gave AWAY their five children after getting the home of their dreams

A North Carolina couple who featured on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition have been accused of kicking their five adopted children out of the home the TV show built for them.

Devonda and James Friday were given a 3,900-square-foot home near Charlotte in December 2012 as part of the popular renovation show.

The couple, who already had two children in their care, were selected for the home makeover having just adopted an additional five young siblings so they did not have to live in separate foster homes.

The show recruited 3,000 volunteers to help renovate their house with extra rooms after the couple had converted their carport into a makeshift bedroom to make room for everyone.

But the two eldest children of the five adopted siblings, Kamaya and Chris Friday, who are now adults, have claimed their adopted parents kicked them out soon after the show aired, WSOC-TV reports.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Karma is a bitch. They will pay later in Life.

Anonymous said...

He said, she said. It sounds like a Daily Times story.

Anonymous said...

The true story is that the "kids" were not following the rules of the house set forth by the "parents".

Anonymous said...

It is a sad thing to state but those type of reality shows attract the worst of society not always the best--a show centering on veterans who need assistance would be better, they served for their country and sacrificed for us.