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Girls Aloud star evicted after pets cause £17k worth of damage

Singer Sarah Harding has been evicted from her private rented home in Buckinghamshire after her pets reportedly caused more than £17,000 worth of damage during her six months in the property.

The 37-year old Girls Aloud star’s three French bulldogs and two cats allegedly pooed all over the property causing damage to the furniture.

The Star newspaper claims that Harding, who disputes the level of damage caused by her pets, initially struggled to find a new home because her now former landlord refused to give her a reference.


An unnamed source told The Star: “The landlord asked Sarah to leave after six months, using the break clause in their tenancy agreement.

“There was a falling out on both sides and the landlord said that Sarah had caused thousands of pounds worth of damage, which Sarah disputed.

“Among the claims were that her pets had soiled the house and that she had let the dogs run riot.”

The landlord has reportedly returned some of the singer’s £4,000 deposit.

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    She will struggle to rent another property now.

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    We had a similar problem when letting to a young person. The dog pooed, weed so much that it soaked through to the floorboards. The smell was so bad the contract cleaners wouldn't even go into the property. She had done a moonlight flit, presumably she couldn't stand the smell any longer. Cost us quite a sum to put things right.

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    Why earth is she renting? I'll never understand why someone with that degree of wealth wouldn't own their own home!

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    Probably because she isn't responsible enough ( and doesn't want to be, ) to own her own home.


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