Residents in a wealthy Florida neighborhood sue man, 41, after he turned his $500k house into a multicolored mess by splattering paint all over the walls
- An extreme home makeover in a posh Florida neighborhood left locals upset
- A man splatter-painted his Naples home over the course of a week
- Even the lawn and trees got a splash of color and local residents are not happy
- The homeowners association is suing the person they believe to be responsible
- Court records show the homeowner, Geoffrey Liebman, is facing drug charges
- Until its sorted out out neighbors will have to put up with the a colorful eyesore
A man who has already been arrested on drug charges is now wanted for a crime against taste after turning his home into a psychedelic eyesore.
Fellow residents living in the same street, Il Regalo Circle in Naples, Florida, are in shock after the man spent a week splattering tins of paint of all manner of colors over the walls of his half-million dollar house.
What remains is a house that looks as though it belongs more in a cartoon or perhaps a rainbow melted right on top of it.
An extreme home makeover in a posh Florida neighborhood left locals upset after the homeowner ended up turning his walls into a multicolored mess
The man even turned his van into a travelling rainbow and scrawled ‘Who is Omar?’ on the side
The man splatter-painted his Naples home over the course of a week
Even the lawn and trees got a splash of color but local residents are not happy
The tiles on the roof have been painted a vibrant shade of orange, pink and indigo
The half-a-million dollar home has now been turned into technicolor nightmare
The colors couldn’t be further apart than the original boring beige the house was originally
The walls were turned from a boring beige to a colorful mix of fuchsia and turquoise, green, pink, yellow and purple all appearing on the outside of 41-year-old Geoffrey Liebman’s home.
Court records show the homeowner, Geoffrey Liebman, is already facing drug charges
But the budding artist didn’t just stop at the walls and windows of the house.
The paint also ended up on a van parked in the driveway which also ended up bathed in color had each of its wheels painted a different color and the question ‘Who is Omar?’ scrawled on the outside.
The mailbox was jazzed up after being coated in a splash of pink, orange and blue.
A friend of Liebman’s was astounded by what he saw and was unable to explain his behavior.
I can’t believe it. I absolutely can’t believe someone would do something like this. I haven’t seen he inside yet!’ said Alan Klawans to NBC 2. ‘Obviously he has a drug issue or something going on. I’ve just never seen anything like this in my life.
‘The guy wanted to take something out on the home instead of getting help. I don’t get it. I don’t get it at all why someone would go to this extreme ‘
A friend of Liebman’s was astounded by what he saw and was unable to explain his behavior
I can’t believe it. I absolutely can’t believe someone would do something like this. I haven’t seen he inside yet!’ said Alan Klawans, pictured
Even the home’s mailbox was an indescribable mess of confused colours
The house at number 69 appears to have been turned upside down by what’s happened
Every single nook and cranny now appears to have been splashed with color
There’s nothing cookie-cutter about this Naples, Florida home after the paintjob that was done
A confusing question was spray painted onto the van that sat outsider the home
The lawn was turned into a shade of brilliant blue while 30ft high palm tree was also doused in yellow, pink and blue paint making it look as though it had been transported from one of Florida’s nearly theme parks than a typical suburban street.
The homeowners association are now suing Liebman who they say trashed the house, however the city say there is nothing that can be done because he no longer living in the home.
Liebman is already facing drug charges, including smuggling contraband into a detention facility.
The Collier County Code Enforcement Division is investigating and said violations exist on the house, but it won’t be taking action at this time.
The home looks to have come straight out of a cartoon like The Simpsons with its color scheme
Here’s is what the $500,000 home used to look like before it was painted over
Every object was given a touch up including the van that was sitting in the home’s driveway
A small tower rising atop the roof was also blased with colors of pink and orange
The homeowners association are attempting to sue the person they believe to be responsible
Until its sorted out out neighbors will have to put up with the a colorful eyesore