Woman Breaks Into Home, Cleans, Leaves Bill
She'll clean, but it won't be free...or legal.
Web2Carz Contributing Writer
Published: June 2nd, 2012
e all like the feeling of waking up to a clean home, but usually when that happens, it's because we spent the day prior cleaning it ourselves. This wasn't the case for Sherry Bush and her family, who came home to a house that had been tidied up...and a bill for the unwanted services.
"There were some coffee mugs that my husband had out. She had washed them all," Bush said.
"Now that we've seen the job that she did, it was like whoa, $75? $15 maybe." -- Sherry Bush.
The "Cleaning Fairy," Sue Warren, broke into the Westlake, Ohio home while Bush's daughter was asleep upstairs, then took out the trash, vacuumed the carpet, and cleaned up the playroom, then left an invoice.
"She wrote a note on a napkin and left it on the table, saying, '$75 I was here to clean,' and left her name and number," Bush said.
Naturally, Bush thought that the woman had mistakenly cleaned the wrong house, so she called to rectify the situation and was shocked when she found out that no, Warren had not picked the wrong house.
"She said, 'No, I do this all the time.' I said, 'What do you mean?' She said, 'I just stop and clean your house.'"
Warren was charged last month with criminal trespassing in a different incident, but the question remains: has anyone ever actually paid Warren?
Apparently yes, but it's unclear whether the people that have paid her have been unwilling customers—Sue Warren owns a cleaning business, Sue Warren Cleaning. But Bush is skeptical of the quality.
"Now that we've seen the job that she did, it was like whoa, $75? $15 maybe," she said.