The power of the P-U-S-S-Y drives men to go above and beyond their means. Many dudes’ll do whatever it takes to capture the woman he wants. Some will go so far as to finesse that woman into thinking he’s something he is not. Gregory D. Harris is one of these men. The lengths he went to to lock up his lady’s heart got him locked up in Indianapolis.
It all started when Harris’ girlfriend (since January) showed him a house that she found online. He had convinced her that he was a millionaire. She reportedly told him that she liked it. To impress bae, Harris made a bid on the house with CastleRock REO, who was selling it. A representative told Harris that there were higher bids for the home being considered.
That didn’t stop Harris. Instead of coming clean with his woman and telling her he was outbid for the house, he moved in. He removed all the “for sale” signs from the front lawn and changed all the locks. According to the NY Daily News, he laced the crib with new furniture, Internet service, water, heat and electricity. After sending his girlfriend pictures from inside the house, she moved into her dream home with all of her stuff, hoping for a new life of cohabitation with Harris. According to her statement, Harris gifted her with a BMW SUV, substantiating his millionaire status in her mind ever more.
Things went South for Harris in April. FOX 59 reports:
On April 11 a CastleRock REO representative began a text conversation with Harris and he admitted to removing the signs and changing the locks because he thought that since he made an offer he now owned the home. Harris then emailed the representative falsified documents including a quitclaim deed, a purchase and sale agreement and a proof of insurance.
The representative told Harris he needed to vacate the premises immediately, and in response, he sent her a picture of a BMW SUV parked in the driveway.
On April 15, officers were dispatched to the home on a report of a person trespassing. When officers arrived they found Harris and his girlfriend on scene. According to court documents, Harris admitted to police that he removed the locks and the “For Sale” sign.
When police cited CastleRock’s repeated attempts to remove him from the property, Harris said, “This means nothing to me.” When the bewildered girlfriend explained that her boyfriend was a millionaire, evidenced by the Beamer gift, police burst her bubble even further. The BMW SUV had been reported stolen. In the car, the cops found “a book, TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald, a laptop, two flash drives, a cell phone, and documentation in a black bag.”
Harris now sits in Marion County Jail, where he is being held without bail.