Owners of Myrtle Beach inn once featured on ‘Hotel Impossible’ sue city over nuisance claims | Myrtle Beach Business

MYRTLE BEACH — The owners of a downtown Myrtle Beach motel once featured on a TV reality show are suing city leaders over what they claim is a years-long, coordinated effort to shut down the business by falsely declaring it a nuisance.

In a lawsuit filed Jan. 27, Lancer Motel proprietors Chandrakant and Sanchin Patel said several officials, including former City Manager John Pedersen, began looking for reasons to shutter the King’s Highway property in 2018, warning it was risk of violating municipal nuisance codes due to high police volume.

The Patels hired an extra worker to patrol the Lancer’s

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Swae Lee Claims $300k In Jewelry Allegedly Stolen From His Hotel Room

After celebrating his 28th birthday in South Beach, Florida, Swae Lee claimed that jewelry was stolen from his hotel room and that the hotel might be responsible.

The Rae Sremurrd singer claimed that a stay in the Mondrian Hotel in South Beach robbed him of $300,000 worth of jewelry, and he wants the hotel service staff to be held accountable for his loss. According to TMZ, Swae Lee checked out of the Mondrian on Thursday (June 10th) and told authorities he couldn’t find a bracelet and a couple of chains. He had told the hotel about his missing items,

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