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‘Fixer Upper’s’ Chip Gaines Reveals How Bothered He is By New Lawsuit with Snarky Response…

Last week, HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” star, Chip Gaines, was slammed with a $1 million fraud lawsuit.

According to Fox, in 2013, two of Chip’s old business partners and co-founders of the Magnolia Real Estate Company alleged the reality show host essentially ripped them off before the premiere of “Fixer Upper.”

According to reports, the co-founders allege Gaines bought them out for a mere $2,500 a share.

Now that the show has become wildly successful, John L. Lewis and Richard L. Clark want a larger paycheck.

Lewis, Clark, and Gaines founded the real estate company in 2007. Operations were small; they only had one estate agent.

But according to the suit, the success of the show “radically enhanced” Magnolia into a juggernaut with “over 93 real estate agents, and a support staff, and now operates in nearly every major city in Texas.”

Gaines’s attorney spoke out to KWTX:

“We are confident that these claims will be found to be meritless, and it is disappointing to see people try to take advantage of the hard work and success of Chip and Joanna Gaines.”

On  Saturday, the father broke his silence on Twitter, calling out his former “friends”:

Fans of the handy host applauded the lawsuit as a “rite of passage.”