Family of nine who rent an Airbnb for the memorial slam host of their dead mother after they go to sleep in their CAR – but it turned out that they were in fact wrong
- Family traveled from Brisbane to Western Sydney to distribute their mother's ashes
- They booked an Airbnb and when they arrived, the hostess refused to leave
- The family of nine, including a young boy and a baby, had to sleep in their car
A family of nine who rented an Airbnb for their dead mother's memorial ended up in their car after an unfortunate mix-up.
The Hyde family, including seven adults, a nine-year-old boy and a one-year-old baby, traveled from Brisbane to West Sydney to spread the ashes of their deceased mother.
When they arrived at the property they had booked on Airbnb, their host Sophie said she would stay in the house too and refused to leave.
The family told An ongoing case that they slept in their cars.
But a closer inspection of the Airbnb clearly shows the home advertising & private room in a home, meaning the host or other residents will also be on the property.
The Hyde family (photo), including seven adults, a nine-year-old boy and a one-year-old baby, traveled from Brisbane to West Sydney to distribute their mother's ashes.
When the family found the four-bedroom home that cost $ 868 for six nights, they believed it would be perfect.
They said they were happy that they didn't have to worry about accommodation so they could focus on the memory of their mother.
But after they arrived at the house, Sophie said she would stay in the accommodation as well.
The Hydes said that Sophie was pretty aggressive towards them and would scream constantly.
Airbnb offered the family a full refund, but it would take ten days before the money was in their bank account.
They left the property and decided to spend the night in their cars.
Airbnb hostess Sophie said she would stay in the house too and after she refused to leave, the family slept in their cars (Andrew and his partner, Bella, pictured in their car)
Andrew and his partner, Bella, slept in one car, but the other seven family members were worse off.
Pa Roderick, Andrew's brother, Jesse, his partner, Celina, and their one-year-old baby, Edward, all slept together in one car.
& # 39; It is not ideal to sleep in their car, especially with a baby who gets a virus & # 39 ;, Celina told the program.
And in another car, Andrew's brother, Patrick, his partner, Amy, and his nine-year-old son Edward were forced to sleep in a car full of their trip stuff.
Hostess Sophie (photo) was confronted with A Current Affair and initially denied who the Hyde family was. She changed her tune and said they were & # 39; canceled and it has nothing to do with me & # 39 ;.
After sleeping in their car for a few nights, the Hyde family could stay on the floor in their grandmother's bedroom apartment in a Sydney village.
& # 39; We have not been talking to family or talking about memories, we have just tried to find a place to stay, & # 39; said Bella An ongoing case.
Hostess Sophie was confronted with A Current Affair and initially denied who the Hyde family was.
But she quickly changed her melody and said the Hyde family was & # 39; canceled and it has nothing to do with me. & # 39;
She claims that Airbnb has placed the advertisement for her on their website and said it was their mistake that it was incorrect.
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