Realtors Accused of Using Home for Sex Trysts

View Comments ()
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    Two North Jersey realtors are being sued for allegedly having sex in a client's home and marking up the property value. (Published Sunday, Dec 22, 2013)

    A North Jersey couple claim their real estate agent took steps to keep potential buyers away from their vacant home so he could use it for "sexual escapades" with a female colleague, trysts were reportedly captured on hidden cameras.

    The Record reports the Denville couple recently sued the two agents, alleging breach of trust and fiduciary duties by them and their firm. The suit seeks compensatory damages for invasion of privacy, infliction of emotional distress, breach of contract, trespass of land and other civil counts.

    The suit claims the male agent made a duplicate key to the house and intentionally listed the house above market value to deter others from visiting the home.

    The two real estate agents named in the suit could not be reached for comment.

    Also on NBC10.com: