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A woman hoards food to the point that her property is in danger of being overrun by chicken and rotten eggs. The wife of a convicted murderer claims that loneliness has driven to become a hoarder.
A woman discovers that her mother has been living a secret life of hoarding. A home belonging to a couple looks to contain book copies numbering in the hundreds of thousands due to their hoarding tendencies.
Officials at a hospital where a woman is undergoing treatment for diabetes refuse to discharge her until her home is cleaned up to a satisfactory state. A woman's house has deteriorated to the point that it threatens her young grandson.
A woman uses a large settlement in a court decision to fuel her obsessive hoarding. A woman is so withdrawn that she refuses to bathe or remove garbage from her home.
A woman turns to hoarding after the accidental death of her husband. A man is so focused on always buying items at auction that he occasionally buys his own items at an auction.
A woman who lives in a high end end neighborhood spends her days going through garbage bins and hoarding what she finds. A couple is warned by local authorities that they must clean up their filthy home or face seious consequences.
A woman develops a serious disorder as a result of her mother's hoarding habit. A woman's excessive shopping is a contributing cause to her losing her two children.
A woman indulges in compulsive shopping to protect herself from what she sees as abusive family members. A man faces a city order to clean up his home and property of the clutter he has accumulated or be evicted.
A woman is obsessed with collecting and caring for cats to the point that her home is unlivable. A woman cleans homes for a living but her own residence is a disaser area due to her hoarding tendencies.
A woman's hoarding tendencies escalate out of control after the death of her two sons. A man who used to work in a restaurant has a compulsion to buy items in clearance sales and this has resulted in his home becoming almost unlivable.
Norman faces the prospect of losing his home forever unless he can clean it up in thirty days. Linda's hoarding has escalated to the point that her sister has threatened to report her to the local authorities unless she changes her ways.