“Bank of America’s conspiratorial actions in conjunction with the Boca Raton Police in the military style seizure of the ‘Property’ contrary to the Adverse Possession ownership documents and in the furtherance of their Breach of Trust constitutes war crimes against a peaceful entity,” the paper reads. It is signed by a “Peter the Divine.”
Court Denies Bank in Case Against Boca Mansion Squatter
Find Loki Boy. That’s the order from a Palm Beach County judge.
Bank of America can’t be declared the winner in its lawsuit against famed Boca Raton mansion squatter Andre Barbosa until the bank’s lawyers first prove he’s been served with more court papers, Circuit Judge Jeffrey Gillen has ruled.
That could be challenging, considering the 23-year-old aspiring rapper and self-proclaimed Norse god of mischief has been elusive in the past and it’s not clear where he now calls home.
Bank of America — which in early February seized the foreclosed $2.5 million waterfront estate at 580 Golden Harbour Drive — sued Barbosa for damages and wanted the courts to “remove any impediment” to selling the property before a planned April 10 closing date.
But Gillen, in an order signed April 18 and posted Tuesday, denied the bank’s motion for a default final judgment against Barbosa. It was unclear if the house sale took place anyway, as a neighbor told the Sun Sentinel the place was sold.
In a story that made international headlines, Barbosa moved into the abandoned home last year — and annoyed the neighbors — by invoking an archaic state law called adverse possession.