You Won't Believe What Homeowner Caught Real Estate Agent Doing

Rich Weiner says motion-activated cameras caught his agent having romantic encounters in his home.
3:00 | 05/02/14

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And we continue, now, with some real estate agents caught on tape behaving rather badly. You give these people the keys to your home. But you can't always trust them. ABC's Deborah Roberts has the story. Reporter: They've been caught all over the country. A real estate agent on house arrest. Realtor accused of a despicable crime. She tried to rip off the people whose home she was hired to sell. Reporter: Pilfering prescription meds in Florida. In homes they're supposed to be selling. Not all real estate agents are as well-behaved as "Modern family's" Phil Dunphy. Rich Weiner would discover that the hard way. He caught his realtor behaving badly in one of the most jaw-dropping cases ever. You decided to equip the house with cameras. Why? We're very security-conscious. So, we always keep on our wired alarm system. We were told by bob, hey. With realtor traffic, you can't keep that system on because realtors are going to be setting off alarms throughout the neighborhood left and right. Reporter: So, with the alarm turned off at their realtor's request, but the motion active activated cameras turned on, sandy Weiner happened to be looking at the live feed of the camera one night. And got the shock of her life. She comes racing up the stairs. And she said, the house is being broken into. She calls 911. And the Wayne police responded almost immediately. Reporter: The couple was thoroughly confused. Until they hit the rewind button. His realtor had 13 sexual encounters. They're looking up at the camera. They don't seem to be worried they could be caught. Not at all. Reporter: Lindsay declined to be interviewed. But his lawyer sent us this statement. Saying my client entered their home on occasion for purposes that were unauthorized. The balance of the Weiner's claims are either false or exaggerated. The Weiners will see Lindsay in court. Suing for breach of contract. But you'll never guess where they saw his face recently. It's a sordid saga that's far from over. And tonight on "20/20," we'll tell you what Lindsay has to say about all of this. The Weiners have learned a valuable lesson looking for real estate agents. You can't just work on reputation. You have to do your homework. You have to talk to people who have used real estate agents. It's your valuable treasured home. And turn on a camera. That's what people learn, as well. Never know what you're going to see. Just what you don't want to see. Amazing. You can watch more of Deborah's report. It's tonight. "20/20," 10:00 P.M. Eastern, 9:00 central. Thank you, Deborah.

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