A sex scandal that started in a Wayne home has made it to prime time TV.
Friday night, ABC’s 20/20 featured a story about former Wayne homeowner Richard Weiner, who claims that his home’s security cameras caught the Coldwell Banker realtor hired to sell the home instead using it as a spot for sexual trysts with another realtor.
Weiner filed a lawsuit in December claiming Coldwell Banker realtor Robert Lindsay, a Wayne resident, had sex with his colleague, Jeannemarie Phelan, also a Wayne resident, in his home 13 times. Weiner and his wife claim they caught the “sexual escapades” on their home’s security cameras.
Both Lindsay and Phelan have filed countersuits claiming Weiner tried to extort $1 million from them.
Earlier this year, Weiner released security camera footage of the two realtors in the home’s master bedroom to Inside Edition.
Friday night, 20/20 featured the story as part of its “Seller Beware” piece.
Though Lindsay and Phelan declined to participate in the special, Lindsay’s lawyer did release a statement to the ABC News show, saying, “Although my client entered their home on occasion for purposes that were unauthorized, the balance of the Weiners' claims are either false and/or exaggerated and can, and will, be exposed by clear and irrefutable evidence.”
See the 20/20 story here.