A good real estate agent is worth every penny.
Two naughty real estate agents can get so busy having sex in your house they forget to sell it.
Or, at least that’s what one New Jersey homeowner is alleging in a lawsuit.
Homeowner Richard Weiner recently released video proof that agents Bob Lindsay and Jeannemarie Phelan used his home to have sex at least 10 times.
Weiner had earlier filed a lawsuit alleging the couple inflated the price of the home so no one would buy it and they could continue their sexcapades.
The agents filed a $1 million counter-suit, saying the homeowner tried to blackmail them with the sex tapes.
The Daily Mail said “an angry Weiner struck back” by sharing the video with the TV’s “Inside Edition.”
Weiner is also suing Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, which released a statement saying “The alleged misconduct at the home does not in any way represent how we conduct business” and terminated its contract with Lindsay and Phelan.
Hmmmmm …. Maybe this is why real estate agents say homes without tenants in them sell faster?
Lindsay signed a contract to list the home in December 2011. Video cameras caught him and Phelan having sex on Weiner’s “marital bed” Dec. 27, 2011.
The couple was videotaped having sex multiple times until they were busted by police Jan. 23, 2012. Weiner’s wife, Sandra, was watching live video from the home’s cameras that night and saw people with flashlights. She called police, who allegedly caught Lindsay pulling up his pants.
Lindsay reportedly told police he was there with Phelan to prepare the home for an open house.
The Weiners say they are now “disgusted” whenever ever they enter the house, and are suing for emotional distress and other damages.
How seriously were these agents trying to sell the home if they didn’t even notice features such as the awesome security camera system?
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