Q: I left my chest freezer and all the meat in it back home and the new owner said it was fine to leave there cause its
Winter so no big deal. Plus I left 2 push mowers. I left the freezer on the porch. However I asked if it’d be in her way that I’d take it to the lean tube shed but she said no it’s ok. So I left it there I moved away couldn’t come back to get it for a few months she texted asked when I’m gonna come get it I said I plan to get it next month if all goes well but w COVID I couldn’t travel to PA. She changed her number I couldn’t get ahold of her and now I went to pick it up but she said the meat was bad and that she got rid of it and if I show up there they’ll call the cops. I just got that meat. Just paid 400 fir half a pig and had 300 in there of beef as well and deer meat. Also two push mowers. I gave her my grill that cost 250 for the inconvenience of it all. My chest freezer cost 1200 fir the size it was. Am I in the wrong??? Or should I sue?? I left it there for 6 months but said it was ok then changed her mind and her number. I have the texts messages.
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