$2.5 Million Mansion Seized from Squatter in Boca Raton

Boca Raton

Andre “Loki” Barbosa had been living in a $2.5 million waterside mansion that was previously seized by Bank of America since December. The 23 year-old native Brazilian invoked the “adverse possession” law to keep his claim, but police in Boca Raton took possession of the home last week. The law states that a person can gain possession of another’s land by living

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there and paying property tax for seven years or more. However, when police arrived with a Bank of America representative on February 7th to warn any occupants they were trespassing, the home was abandoned, and is now in the process of being secured. This was police’s second attempt to evict Barbosa after a December 26th visit when he presented the possession paperwork. The police opted to investigate if the paperwork was valid before arresting Barbosa.

A warrant is not currently issued for Barbosa’s arrest while police determine if trespassing charges apply. Barbosa has made national news for openly living in the mansion with eight other occupants, and filing for adverse possession with the Palm Beach County Appraisers Office. Bank of America is the official owner of the home since July 2012 when it was foreclosed upon. Bank of America was forced to file an injunction to evict Barbosa and his associates after they prevented Bank of America agents from entering the property and lived there unlawfully. The company is seeking $15,000 in damages. Barbosa has not been reached for comment.

Source and image courtesy of ABC News.