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New Jersey realtor caught on video using client’s house for sex parties

By Mason White 11:31 AM December 22, 2013
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By: Sarah Weiss
A realtor is accused of using his client’s house for sex parties, according to a new lawsuit filed in New Jersey.

A married couple claimed that their Coldwell Banker Realtor used their home to hold sex parties, and it was all captured by security cameras.

Richard and Sandra Weiner filed a lawsuit against Coldwell Banker, the real estate agents Robert Lindsay and Jeannemarie Phelan, in Passaic County Court.

Lindsay is accused of fundamental violation of trust and Coldwell Banker is accused of failing to properly supervise Lindsay and Phelan, especially in light of other similar allegations against Lindsay.

The Weiners said that they began working with Lindsay in early 2010, to sell their home in Wayne. They were also seeking to purchase a new home.

The Weiners claim that the house was intentionally priced above the market value so the house would not attract any buyers.
The Weiners said that the security cameras of the house caught people having sex in their master bedroom.

The Weiners said that this behavior continued regularly.

One time, the Weiners called the police to check on their home, and when police arrived, they saw a man pulling up his pants.

Coldwell Banker said in a statement that the two real estate agents are no longer working at the company.

The Weiners are seeking punitive damages for negligence, breach of contract, trespassing, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.