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Timeline of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network controversy


January 6, 2022: Another homeowner who worked with the Merediths, Teisha Satterfield Hawley, opened up about her experience on ‘Home Work’.

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Teisha Satterfield Hawley posted an eight-part Instagram story about renovating his house for “Home Work” on Jan. 6. His experience was similar to Bennion’s.

“Candis has always been so lovely,” Hawley told Insider. “You could sit with her, and she’d sell you those dreams in your head. She walked into our house, and she saw more than I could ever have imagined and dreamed of.”

“She was so good at telling us what things could be,” Hawley added. “I would be so emotionally wrapped up and think, ‘Oh my God, my house is going to be beautiful. “”

Haley wrote on Instagram that she and her husband Jeff gave the Merediths $45,000 to renovate their living space in four weeks. Ten weeks later, after the Merediths only demonstrated their house and laid down damaged flooring while the Hawley family lived out of their basement, Candis told the Hawleys they would. need an additional $40,000 to make the project work, according to a follow-up post shared on Hawley’s Instagram account.

In another Instagram post, the Hawleys wrote that they told the Merediths not to come back after asking for the extra money, choosing to figure out how to fix their house without their help.

“People with ‘celebrity’ status can’t have power over others just because they feel they have it,” Hawley told Insider, adding that “the name Magnolia (as well as Chip and Jo )” gave them “a sense of safety and security” working with the Merediths.

“Many families and even businesses have been harmed by these people,” she added of the Merediths. “We have to put an end to everything.”