+10 votes
My name is Trevor Eyster. The world knows me best as 'Sponge' from the 90's Nickelodeon Kids' TV show Salute Your Shorts. On November 16th, 2016 I received an email from my Aunt Barbie pleading with me to come help her pack, because she was going to be evicted in 3 days. When I walked through her door, on Darby Avenue - and saw what I saw inside - I knew that our lives would never be the same. Now that I'm out of jail - and despite the advice of my counsel... when you stress out a Sponge... he leaks.

Submitting on behalf of Trevor eyster hoping to bring to light the abuse suffered by his disabled aunt.
150 views Dec 31, 2016
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riverlover 190 points
Trevor, did the gentleman leave no will? Nothing for her if he did have a will? Nothing about tenants in common? As well, you do need another caregiver to assist, whatever happens. Good luck to you and your Aunt Barb.
+2 votes
Jan 1, 2017
Sponge 740 points
Riverlover: Thanks for the ask! There was a Will ... but it has either been destroyed, or is still missing. Her BF's business partner came into the home office shortly after his passing, and destroyed a number of documents "at the Trustee's direction", while Aunt Barb was laying in bed, helpless to stop it. There is also a Living Trust Document, in which Aunt Barb was given a "life estate" in the property. Leak 2.0, which is going to be released very shortly at SpongeyLeaks.org, will be revealing more of those details. But the bottom line is this: a foreclosure NOD was filed in mid-October because of a Reverse Mortgage taken out on the house, and Aunt Barb's "life estate" means nothing if the house is sold out from under her possessory interest. My disabled Aunt, who lives on about $1,100 a month social security - is about to lose the home he intended for her to have the right to live in, for the rest of her life.