Well, we can’t exactly show you everything, but…
This footage (and the more lascivious portions that were censored out) will face a New Jersey court where a man claims that beginning in 2011, two Coldwell Banker agents, Robert Lindsay and Jeannemarie Phelan, were using his listed property as a sexual meeting place. He’s claiming his property was listed above market value to discourage interest so the two could carry on their torrid meetings, presumedly for convenience.
The couple discovered the indiscretion in January of 2013 when they saw flashlights held by intruders via a live feed they had to monitor the property. Police were immediately called and showed up just in time to literally catch Lindsay with his pants down. Lindsay did what any other person caught in the act might do and lied to police claiming the two were prepping for an open house on the property.
The home’s security recordings caught the whole thing, and the homeowner filed suit in December for compensatory damages due to invasion of privacy, infliction of emotional distress, breach of contract and trespass of land according to court records.
It’s no surprise the two agents were let go by Coldwell, but what makes this story slightly more bizarre is that one of agents, Lindsay, has filed a countersuit alleging the homeowner actually tried to blackmail the couple requesting $900,000 or the video would be released to the media.
The homeowner is denying the charges put forth in the countersuit.