The American Horror Story “Homicide Home” is predictably turning right into a nightmare for its new house owners. Married couple Ernst Von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold advised CBS they’re plagued with crazed followers who take photographs, trespass, and typically even drive their method inside their dwelling. “Per week earlier than I first visited them [to work on the case], that they had been woke up by the sound of glass breaking — somebody got here in via the window within the kitchen,” their lawyer told The Real Deal. They’re blaming their realtor and the previous house owners (who they declare ought to have disclosed the home’s historical past).
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They purchased the Rosenheim Mansion in Los Angeles, which appeared all through the FX present’s first season, in 2015 for a cool $three.2 million. Now they’re suing for unspecified damages, and wish to accredited to construct a much bigger fence or hedge to offer them extra privateness. “We really feel like they cheated us,” Oakenfold mentioned.
In a single specific incident, some youngsters even bought a rubbish truck driver to offer them a lift over the present fence. “He put them within the crane and elevated it. And I am within the rest room and I look out the window and there are teenage ladies screaming at me,” Oakenfold mentioned. Might be worse, may very well be a creepy man in a latex onesie although!
Oh, and the couple also claim the house is haunted (by two ghosts) and are aggravated they weren’t advised about that both.