Genya Markon, 78, lives in a lovely Hamptons property that her family purchased with an inheritance from her aunt, a Holocaust-survivor.
Julie, a real estate broker, is said to have rented Genya’s $675, 000 home in September of this year.
After her seasonal lease expired in June, Julie was meant to leave.
When Genya returned from her 6,000-mile winter trip to Israel, she discovered Julie was still living there, unwilling to leave or even answer the door.
Julie said that she couldn’t find another place to live because of the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Genya claims that the alleged squatter has been “living like a pig” in her family’s prized residence.
Watch the video to see what Genya saw when she returned home, which has resulted in an ugly battle to regain control of her own property.