In PEOPLE's exclusive look at 'The Family Chantel', Chantel's mom Karen says it gives her "great satisfaction" to "get rid of everything" Pedro left behind
Chantel Everett's mom Karen Everett is doing a little spring cleaning with Pedro Jimeno's belongings.
In PEOPLE's exclusive look at TLC's The Family Chantel, Chantel notes that the pair's divorce agreement allowed for her to keep all items within their former shared home since all Pedro wanted were his "stupid tools, even though he doesn't have a yard."
But now, Chantel's mom, Karen, is taking this as an opportunity to "get rid of everything" Pedro left behind, which provides her with "great satisfaction."
"I'll start with the little T-shirts over there and look a there, look a there. What do I see? Pedro's favorite things," Karen says. "Pedro's stupid gaming chair."
The clip then shows a flashback from 2020 of Chantel waking up in bed alone, only to find her then-husband playing video games on his computer while sitting in his favorite chair. He then seemingly ignored Chantel as she repeatedly called out to him.
"Pedro was always playing video games and then, when he finally did start doing things and going out, it wasn't with me," she says.
"Now, he's left his stupid-ass chair," Karen adds. "Oh, well. It's going to the highest bidder."
A video taken by Karen shows her selling Pedro's chair to a "nice man," whom she offered the item to for the low price of $1.
"I made him a deal he could not refuse," she recalls. "I told him he could have that chair for $1 and he said, 'It's a deal.'"
Fans were first introduced to Chantel and Pedro on 90 Day Fiancé. After starring on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? and 90 Day Fiancé: Self-Quarantined, the pair's love story continued on their spinoff series, The Family Chantel.
The show's latest season dives into Chantel and Pedro's divorce. As the now-exes are both ready to move on, "accusations and old resentments make any kind of agreement no easy feat," per a release from TLC.
"Decisions such as selling the house, and who gets what possession, are almost impossible between the two," the description continues. "While both believe they are on the right side of this divorce, each family is intensely feuding as they fight to defend their own."
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The Family Chantel airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on TLC.
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