Magnolia Network’s Home Work Hosts Andy and Candis Meredith “Categorically Deny” Claims of Frustrated Customers

Candis and Andy Meredith have done their best to refute claims from the owners they worked with on their old Magnolia Network show, “Home Work”, after reviews led to its cancellation, along with them and their children. being the alleged target of online ridicule.

Just last week, shortly after the show’s television debut on Chip and Joanna Gaines’ new Magnolia network, three attendees on the show raised allegations of a bad experience working with Candis and Andy and detailed the whole process. In separate long posts on Instagram, they shared their frustration, struggles and financial burdens with the audience.

On Wednesday, the Merediths responded with a long series of Instagram posts in which they attempted to tell their side of the story and “flatly deny” that they “cheated” anyone while simultaneously trying not to “kidnap” to their client. feelings about working with them.

Among the eight Instagram posts, which show photos and text message exchanges they had with customers now complaining about their experience, were three videos in which Andy and Candis separately explained their version of the story and why they chose to speak. out now. Because their livelihoods are affected and their children become targets of bullying both online and in their school.


Andy and Candis Meredith have become the subject of controversy over their “Home Work” show.
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In his video, Andy notes that they pulled their eldest daughter out of school because they didn’t think it was safe for her even though they were in the crosshairs of the “Instagram Mafia.”

“Whatever your opinion, I ask my kids to stop harassing my kids,” Candis said tearfully in another video. “Whatever side you are on, please tell your kids who go to my kids ‘schools to stop. We don’t agree and everything you think about me is fine, but s’ please leave my children out of this. Thank you. “

In subsequent posts, Candis and Andy admit that they may have taken on too much at once and could have been more open when it comes to budget conversations. However, they also note that much of the difference for budget discrepancies that people like Aubry Bennion have noted in their informal complaints has come out of their pockets.

“We categorically deny that we ‘scammed”, stole or lied to any of these customers, “the article wrote. “We paid our own personal funds on each client project for our show and didn’t charge anything for the hundreds of hours we spent on the projects. Going on a carnival cruise once a year with our kids or a trip from working for our content doesn’t make us criminals.

They both hinted that the avenues were open for anyone dissatisfied with the renovations, which were completed two years ago, to complain or sue during that time. They suggest the decision to come forward while the show was airing on Magnolia Network was part of the former client’s plan to inflict as much damage on their brand and reputation as possible.

“And it works,” Andy admits in his video.


“We realize that we have put ourselves out there for the world to be judged and we have to accept it. What we will not accept is lose our livelihood and be publicly judged like this. ‘made aubryeliz and teishahawley and the others who made it stacked up,’ they wrote.

  Chip and Joanna Gaines are the subject of controversy after a show had to be removed from their Magnolia network.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are the subject of controversy after a show had to be removed from their Magnolia network.
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In a 25-minute video, Candis adds, “Having them all released at the same time… I can fully understand why people think they think about us. I don’t wish that on anyone. errors or missteps are reported publicly all at once. It was horrible. I feel like I can’t even cry anymore I cried so much, and I’m not here to be the victim, I’m just saying I would I don’t wish that on anyone. “

The videos and Instagram rebuttals come days after the couple released an initial statement denying the allegations against them.

“We have seen stories that have (sic) circulated, and although we cannot speak for anyone other than ourselves, we can say that we have always tried to give all we have to make everyone happy. who we work with, ”the couple said in their lengthy statement. posted on Instagram begins.


Chip and Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Network took the limelight "Homework" shortly after launch.

Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network pulled the “Home Work” show shortly after launch.

“We have always kept the lines of communication open, there have always been ways for people to recover any damage, there have been purchase contracts in place, legal avenues, etc., but taking that audience seems be the easiest way to harm us personally. Like so many, the past two years have been extremely difficult for us and we have always tried to do our best in all situations, including not making a single dime with any of the these customers and pay out of pocket to try to make them happy or right in the wrong. “


Despite their denial, Magnolia Network president Allison Page told FOX Business the show has been taken off the network and is now reviewing the claims against the Merediths. The couple themselves spoke out soon after to deny the allegations.

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