‘Cancer doesn’t justify a total remodel’

Shannen Doherty is currently a cancer patient and she’s been displaced from her damaged home after the destructive California wildfires damage she’s fighting State Farm insurance company to repair and now the company says cancer doesn’t justify a total remodel.


Shannen Doherty has sued State Farm over the amount the company is willing to pay to make her home right again. State Farm says that her home didn’t suffer fire or structural damage. Although, State Farm claims in new legal docs it’s paid more than $1 million, which includes remediation, professional cleaning and rent for a temporary house for a year.

State Farm also says that Shannen “improperly claims she is entitled to have her entire home rebuilt at a cost of $2.7 million because she has breast cancer and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.”

It’s very important you note this … State Farm says, “In fact, the first sentence of [Shannen’s] memorandum … reveals [her] plan at trial to garner sympathy by her contention that State Farm must rebuild her entire house …”

Shannen shared that she has stage 4 breast cancer and it’s terminal.