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Netflix Star Lucy Davis Accused Of Letting Tenants Live In Rat-Infested Home

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Jan. 26 2019, Published 3:42 p.m. ET

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Lucy Davis has reportedly been accused of letting tenants live in her home that is allegedly infested with rats and insects.

According to The Blast, Madeleine Harmon and Vincent Cammarata and their family have hit the actress, 45, who plays Aunt Hilda on the rebooted Netflix version of Sabrina, with an explosive lawsuit.

But sources close to Davis, who also appeared in the 2017 Wonder Woman movie, told the website that the claims have no merit.

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The family's lawsuit is actually a cross-complaint after Davis sued to evict them from her home. The star alleged that her tenants fell behind on payments.

Court docs allege that Harmon and Cammarata, along with two children, rented Davis' Los Angeles home.

The family says they paid $46,000 up front for six months, but discovered allegedly horrifying conditions when they moved in.

They contend in the suit that there was a dangerous rat, bug and insect infestation, extremely overgrown trees and bushes, and rotten wooden beams in Davis' home.

The family members also claim there was a "seriously neglected, unmaintained, and infectious pool and jacuzzi."

They alleged that rats and bugs got into 9-year-old daughter's bedroom through the overgrown foliage—and that Davis supposedly refused to have a gardener trim the bushes back.

Harmon says she fell to the ground and got badly injured climbing on Davis' roof on "illegal" latticework to mitigate the alleged house problems.

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Harmon allegedly had to go to the hospital and was diagnosed with a fractured pelvis, four herniated discs in her neck, two herniated discs in her back, severe head and brain trauma, a collapsed lung, a torn lip labrum and painful bruising along the left side of her body.

The suit also claims she underwent surgery to "remove four discs in her neck and replace them with titanium plates."

Harmon claims she now suffers from seizures, memory loss problems, vision problems and extreme pain, and also got diverticulitis from "the resulting bacterial growth" in Davis' pool.

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