Realtors Behaving Badly: Haverford’s Jonathan Straub Found Guilty

It was the dead snake that did it.

Married real estate agents Andrea and Jonathan Straub made national headlines last summer when their Haverford neighbor accused them of putting dead animals on her property and knocking down her For Sale signs. The Straubs were also trying to sell their home, and allegedly didn’t like the competition.

Charges against Andrea, who was fired from her job, were dismissed. But today a Haverford judge found Jon Straub guilty of harassment and disorderly conduct — in particular, for knocking over signs and throwing a dead snake onto the other property. Jon Straub’s lawyer says they may appeal the decision. The judge has fined Straub $25.

Judge rules in Haverford real estate case, Straub found guilty on 2 citations [Main Line Times]

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