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Looks Like Brad Pitt Has the Same Songsheet as Habitat For Humanity:

BradPitt wanted out of a lawsuit claiming shoddy construction in his nonprofit’s New Orleans-based affordable housing neighborhood. (Courtesy Make it Right) A federal judge has ruled that actor BradPitt will remain a defendant in a case against his housing nonprofit, the Make It Right Foundation.

Judge rules Brad Pitt could be sued over poorly-built New …

www.archpaper.com/2019/10/brad-pitt-make-it-right-lawsuit/

Make It Right began building the homes in 2008 and offering them at affordable prices to former residents and others. The non-profit organization didn’t just rebuild a neighborhood, it produced a post-Katrina tourist attraction.

Comment: One house had to be bulldozed within TEN years of construction AND these people PAID for these shitty houses.

https://www.nola.com/news/article_dfa3dfe8-0cf6-11eb-8e44-bf1e0d1803a2.html

But the foundation’s glory was dimmed as reports of construction flaws began leaking from the neighborhood. Part of the problem was a purportedly weatherproof lumber called TimberSIL that was meant to hold up for decades but swiftly began rotting. Make It Right sued the lumber company for $500,000, though it’s unclear if TimberSIL was made to pay. Though many of the homes were sound, by the 10th anniversary of the project, in 2018, one house had so deteriorated that it had to be demolished. Since then, another was bulldozed.

More on the Make It Right SCAM:

Problems with Brad Pitt’s Make It Right charity reportedly sprout up in Kansas City

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Actor Brad Pitt and 9th Ward resident Janice Porter at the site of the future Make It Right neighborhood in early 2008 

  • (Photo by Doug MacCash, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)

A row of audaciously designed Make It Right homes stand in New Orleans’ lower Ninth Ward in 2013. 

  • (Photo by Rusty Costanza, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)

Actor Brad Pitt unveils the next phase of Make It Right project in 2007 (Photo by Michael DeMocker, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)

  • Michael DeMocker

Brad Pitt bicycles through the Make It Right recovery neighborhood he helped found in the Lower Ninth Ward

Brad Pitt, founder of the Make It Right recovery neighborhood in the Lower Ninth Ward.

Actor Brad Pitt unveils the next phase of his $12 million “Make It Right” project: a vast public art display that serves as a fundraiser to expand the project beyond its initial goal to build 150 homes, and possibly into other neighborhoods and parishes.

In December 2007 Actor Brad Pitt unveils the next phase of his $12 million “Make It Right” project: a vast public art display that serves as a fundraiser to expand the project beyond its initial goal to build 150 homes, and possibly into other neighborhoods and parishes.

In December 2017 actor Brad Pitt speaks in a trailer about his plans with the $12 million Make It Right Project to build 150 homes ecologically sustainable homes in the Lower 9th Ward on Sunday December 2, 2007. This weekend, big pink houses were installed in the flood-ravaged neighorhood as symbolic stand-ins for those homes. Photo taken near the corner of North Roman and Deslonde in the Lower 9th Ward, New Orleans.

Brad Pitt’s Make It Right homes being built on Tennessee Street in the lower 9th ward in New Orleans, Monday, August 18, 2008.

Make it Right Foundation home sit in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. Residence of the homes are suing the Make It Right Foundation over homes in disrepair.

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Cracks appear in the wood of a lopsided deck made by the Make It Right Foundation in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. Residence of the homes are suing the Make It Right Foundation over homes in disrepair.

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Mold grows in the doorway of a Make It Right Foundation home in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. 

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Make it Right Foundation homes are pictured here in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. 

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Retired school teacher Constance Fowler walks down the steps of her home in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. Two residents are suing the foundation over construction problems.

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

A Make It Right Foundation home is reflected a puddle in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. 

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Mold cover the side of a Make It Right Foundation home in the Lower 9th Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation was established after Katrina to help build environmentally friendly homes for people who lost their homes during the storm. Residence of the homes are suing the Make It Right Foundation over homes in disrepair.

  • Advocate Staff photo by SOPHIA GERMER

Make It Right’s 10th year anniversary is tainted by a moldering eyesore at 5012 N. Derbigny St. (Photo by Doug MacCash, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)  

Doug MacCash

Doug MacCash

According to a Fox4 television report in Kansas City, Missouri, some residents of a neighborhood called Manheim Park are frustrated with Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation. In 2012, Make It Right reportedly contributed $2.3 million dollars to the renovation of a century-old, unused school building into 50 affordable housing apartments. According to a 2016 story in the Kansas City Star newspaper, Make It Right also planned to build as many as 50 more new residences in the neighborhood.

In a 2013 YouTube video Pitt explained that, having grown up in Missouri, he was happy to expand Make It Right’s mission from the flood-ruined 9th Ward of New Orleans to Kansas City. Aiding in the renovation of the old school building had been a “great experience” Pitt said, “and we at Make It Right look forward to expanding our work there.”https://0dc71417bab53e7dd91f71ebb5196944.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

But based on a Fox4 video, eight years later the five lots that Pitt’s nonprofit bought in the Manheim Park area are apparently home to weeds, not Kansas Citians. Area residents applaud Pitt and his organization for helping increase affordable housing in 2012. But some are reportedly calling on Make It Right to take responsibility for the fallow properties that it purchased.

The trouble is, residents and journalists long ago discovered that the Make It Right Foundation has done a disappearing act — failing to communicate regularly, to maintain a website, or even file tax returns for the past several years. 

Brad Pitt, others can be sued over shoddy New Orleans 'Make It Right' homes, judge rules

Brad Pitt, others can be sued over shoddy New Orleans ‘Make It Right’ homes, judge rules

Weedy lots in the Midwest may be the least of Pitt’s problems where Make It Right is concerned.

When the philanthropic enterprise began in 2007, Make It Right was seen as the salvation of a flood-ravaged, lower-income neighborhood, and Pitt was seen as an off-screen hero. Relying on his star power to solicit donations, Pitt eventually raised $65 million to construct 109 energy-efficient homes in the Lower Ninth Ward, designed by some of the world’s great architects and sold at bargain prices to former residents. But, as busloads of tourists circulated through the neighborhood to behold the eye-catching dwellings, rumors of poor construction began seeping out.

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In 2018 – the 10th anniversary of the groundbreaking – one of the newer Make It Right buildings had so deteriorated that it had to be demolished. That same year, a New Orleans attorney brought a class action lawsuit against Make It Right for shoddy construction practices that could eventually cost Pitt and his partners in the philanthropy millions and millions.https://0dc71417bab53e7dd91f71ebb5196944.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

There seems to be little question that the construction of some of the homes was indeed inept, because when Make It Right was sued, lawyers for the nonprofit immediately sued the New Orleans architect who oversaw the project for $20 million, blaming him for the flaws in the homes. In April 2021, Make It Right also sued its former director Tom Darden III and others for mismanaging the charity while keeping the Hollywood star who originated the enterprise in the dark.

An attorney representing Make It Right declined to comment on the Kansas City situation. 

Watch: Brad Pitt Make It Right house gets demolished in New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward

Watch: Brad Pitt Make It Right house gets demolished in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward

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