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Bad Move? Lisa Gastineau Sues Shipping Company For $100K In Federal Court

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Jan. 23 2014, Published 7:13 a.m. ET

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Reality star Lisa Gastineau is on the move -- to federal court. The former Gastineau Girls fave is suing Moishe's Moving Systems for $100,000, RadarOnline.com has learned, alleging that the company damaged and lost several of her personal items.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, Gastineau claims that she used the company for two years to store her property prior to filing the suit. Over that time, she says she paid them more than $40,000 for their services.

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In return, Gastineau claims, the company promised to store her belongings in a safe manner, making sure they weren’t lost or damaged.

Then, on April 17, 2013, she hired the company to transport that property -- valued in excess of $100,000 -- from the storage unit in New Jersey to her Beverly Hills home. She says she paid them $8,500 for the job.

But according to the court documents, when the shipment arrived on April 20, several items were missing or damaged.

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Gastineau claims that she did attempt to tell the company about the damage and missing items, but that Moishe's refused to acknowledge that anything was damaged or lost. She also alleges in the lawsuit that the eventual repair costs and cost of replacing the missing items has reached more than $100,000.

Gastineau filed to sue for breach of contract against Moishe's Moving Systems in Los Angeles Court on Dec. 5, 2013, and wants in excess of $100,000 for her property allegedly being destroyed and/or lost, according to the court docs. The moving company has since had the case removed to federal court on January 2, 2014.

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