Nightmare Tenants C5 series to re-start on 24th June at 10pm

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Nightmare Tenants C5 series to re-start on 24th June at 10pm

Landlords who have been waiting to get a fresh fix of their favourite property TV programme Nightmare Tenants starring Paul Shamplina need delay no longer.

After a brief pause, the 12-part series called Evicted! Nightmare Tenants on is to restart on 24th June at 10pm. Atlhough the first episode was shown in February the series was paused until now.

Filmed prior to the latest Covid restrictions, it follows lettings agents, evictions specialists and lawyers working at the often shocking front line of the private rental market.

Viewings should be ready for more on-screen clashes as landlords chase rent arrears and try to get their properties back; as well as council housing enforcement officers clamping down on slum landlords taking advantage of vulnerable tenants. 

The first episode featured a 13-hour siege by squatters, a guarantor stitched up by his own son, and a landlord who calls on the help of eviction expert Paul Shamplina from Landlord Action because his tenant owes £16,000 rent arrears.  

Shamplina (main pic) says: “I’m so pleased that the latest series is finally airing because the stories we have featured will really resonate with a lot of landlords – there are some shocking cases.”

Watch Paul present his favourite highlights from previous series of the show.

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Labour has called on parliament to back its new plans to make Landlords asking for ‘sex in lieu of rent’ a specific offence.

The proposal, which was first published within the party’s Green Paper called ‘Ending Violence Against Women and Girls’, calls for the creation of a specific offence of using a landlord-tenant relationship to solicit prostitution. The idea is to better enable the police and courts to tackle this kind of sexual offending.

In 2019 the Crown Prosecution Services drafted new guidance for police and prosecutors to help them deal with sex-for-rent cases, but Labour says this does not go far enough.

An estimated 30,000 women have propositioned through online ads on social media and classified listing platforms and even property portals to provide sex in lieu of rent, and it has taken until January this year to secure a court case.

Sexual services

, 52, is accused of asking women to send him photos of themselves wearing bikinis and to provide sexual services in exchange for a room.

He is facing two counts of inciting prostitution for gain and one count of controlling prostitution for gain. He pleaded not guilty at a hearing in February.

During a debate calling on the government to do more about sexual harassment, sexual assault and domestic violence, Shadow Secretary of State for Justice David Lammy accused the government of ‘dithering’ and among the many proposals he proffered, this includes stronger action against landlords who advertise ‘sex for rent’ arrangements.

“Frankly, while the Government dither – and we have been surprised on the Labour Benches by the dither – Labour has had to step in,” he said.

“Today, we ask Members of Parliament from all parties to back our plans to do a few things.”

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