P.S. A Bank May Soon Own The Hamptons House (Allegedly!) Trashed By An Ex-Moore Capital Employee And His Cadre Of Gun-Toting Midgets
It's unclear if it will continue hosting the annual party next year.
Tampa Bay "Social Planner" Told To Keep Her Hands Off Paula Broadwell's Man Could Use A Bailout
Jill Kelley, the woman who alerted the FBI to the "harassing" emails she'd been receiving from All In author and possible bunny boiler* Paula Broadwell, has run into some financial trouble.
Who Wouldn't Want To Sue Bank of America?
August was kind of rough for Bank of America on the legal front, to the point that we once said in Write-Offs "Everybody who hadn’t yet sued BofA did today, or will soon." But that turned out to be wrong! Or at least, it underestimated the continuing appeal of suing Bank of America, because now not only is everyone who is not Bank of America suing Bank of America, but so is Bank of America: [I]n Florida's Palm Beach County alone, Bank of America has sued itself for foreclosure 11 times since late March, according to foreclosure fraud activist Lynn Szymoniak, who forwarded one such foreclosure filing, dated March 29, 2012, to The Huffington Post. ... In the March 29 filing, Bank of America is seeking to foreclose on a condominium and names the condo owner and Bank of America as defendants in the suit. The company is literally seeking damages from itself in order to foreclose on the condo owner. Ha ha ha but why is Bank of America a delinquent condo owner? Because of course it's not; it's the second lien holder: