Contract dispute leaves house uninhabitable for family with special needs child

After the community learned about Heston and Chrissy Stein's family, people wanted to take action.
The Royal Oak couple had triplets- Logan, Kaylee, and Griffin about 5 years ago. Griffin has special needs. 
People from around the world donated to a fund to make their 900 square foot house bigger and easier for Griffin to get around in his wheelchair.
The family said it then paid Ranger Construction to make proper additions to their home. The company started, but never finished. The family's house doesn't even have electrical work that would make it livable.  The Steins are suing Ranger, saying the company has taken the family’s money without completing the work. 
The owner of Ranger Construction released a statement to WXYZ saying in part, "This is a very unfortunate situation for the Steins and for Ranger Construction, there is not too much we can discuss right now due to pending litigation however what we can say is that our attorneys are filing suit against Mr. and Mrs. Stein for Fraud, Mis-Representation, Breach of Contract, Slander and for the thousands of dollars still owed."
The Stein family meantime has opened an account at PNC Bank for donations. People just need to mention the Team Griffin account.
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