According to the outlet, Tyler was sued by Burtchville Township in a suit filed on Dec. 21, 2017. “After initially performing any work without permits, the Township discovered work was being performed and provided notice that permits must be obtained for the construction on the property,” the court papers read, according to Radar. “Mr. Baltierra, through his agent Catelynn Baltierra, did put a building permit application on or about March 27, 2017 claiming only work being done on the siding, front porch and gable gutters.” However, Tyler did not pay the $584 that was due for the application and permit.
The plaintiff also sued Tyler on claims that he did more work on the home than the building permit application described.