A Florida couple tried to host a wedding in a $ 5.7 million mansion that wasn’t theirs. Then the owner appeared.


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  • Courtney Wilson and Chenita Jones planned to hold a wedding in Florida’s $ 5.7 million mansion without permission, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

  • According to a local newspaper, the couple did not have permission to use the property, but sent a wedding invitation anyway.

  • Wilson was reportedly preparing for the wedding when the real estate owner called a police officer and asked him to leave.

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The wedding invitations for Courtney Wilson and Chenita Jones allegedly say, “We are honored to welcome you to our dream home and real estate.”

The only problem-it wasn’t their property.

Couple having a wedding in April $ 5.7 million mansion Located in Southwest Ranches, Florida. But the couple didn’t have permission to use the property, Sun Sentinel in South Florida..

On the morning of their wedding day, property owner Nathan Finkel appeared, called a policeman, and the couple’s event was cancelled. Sun Sentinel in South Florida Report.

Kiesporiakov, a Southwest Ranches suburban lawyer who previously spoke on behalf of Finkel, did not immediately respond to insider’s request for comment.

The insider was unable to contact the couple immediately.The groom declined to comment When Sun-Sentinel in South Florida arrives..

Wilson previously posed as a potential buyer

by Sun Sentinel in South FloridaWilson previously toured 16,313 sq ft of real estate as a purchaser, seeing nine bedrooms in the house, 15 bathrooms, a pool, a bowling alley, and a gazebo.

After visiting the property, Wilson asked if the 7.5-acre site could be used for the wedding, but Finkel replied no. Sun Sentinel in South Florida..

Nevertheless, the couple decided to host their big day in the mansion and sent an invitation on April 17th. Sun Sentinel in South Florida Report.by Good morning, America, The real estate had been listed for two years, so I thought the couple was vacant on their wedding day.

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The couple tried the wedding anyway

The hosted wedding reception was scheduled to last from 3:30 pm to 2:30 am according to the invitation. American sun..

According to the invitation, the event will include “a wonderful evening celebration, an exquisite feast, and a dance at our royal celebration.” In addition, the next morning, a brunch will be held at the property.

According to the company, on the morning of April 17, Wilson and another arrived at the property to begin preparing for the wedding. Sun Sentinel in South Florida..

What Wilson didn’t know was IHOP Franchisee Abe Finkel lived in another house on the premises. When Finkel saw the intruder, he called a policeman. Sun Sentinel in South Florida..

“They continue to harass me and call me, and they say they are having a wedding here, and that’s the message of God,” Finkel said on the 911 phone obtained by say Good morning, America..

“I don’t know what’s going on. All I want is to stop it,” he continued. Good morning, America..

by Sun-Sentinel, South Florida, An officer arrived and told Wilson that he would have to leave. Wilson has left, and no charges have been filed.

“The man thought it was a vacant house and didn’t realize that Nathan lived in another house,” said Keith Poliakov, a lawyer on the outskirts of Southwest Ranches. Sun Sentinel in South Florida.. “This guy didn’t know he lived there. Do you know the shock he must have had on his face when he appeared at the gate and the owner was at home?”

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