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Rental Company Sued Over Bed Bugs

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Three Ohio roommates sued a popular rental chain, claiming that bed bugs came along with their merchandise, WDTN.com reports.

| July 8, 2011

DAYTON, Ohio - Three Dayton roommates sued a popular rental chain, claiming that bed bugs came along with their merchandise, WDTN.com reports.

The plaintiffs claim they rented a couch from Rent-A-Center. They say it was infested with bed bugs when it arrived.

The roommates say they had to hire an exterminator and toss many possessions.

The lawsuit alleges that Rent-A-Center was negligent and caused emotional distress.

Their lawsuit is asking for damages to be determined at trial.

Source: www.wdtn.com

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