Sean Healy ran his Ponzi scheme at 2672 Riviera Manor in Weston.
Sean Healy ran his Ponzi scheme at 2672 Riviera Manor in Weston.
Courtesy Doreen Marina

Sean Healy's Mansion Hearing Can Be Attended by Anyone With a Telephone

At 11:15 a.m. today, a judge will decide if the sale of Ponzi schemer Sean Healy's ridiculously luxe mansion will go through for $2.46 million. On July 13, the judge had put a "telephone conference call" of the hearing in the hands of court-appointed receiver Melanie Damian, but just yesterday, the judge released instructions for anyone to join in. See how after the jump:




In an order filed yesterday in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, the judge instructed:

2. All participants in the telephone conference, including any interested parties who may wish to participate in the telephone conference, are directed to join the telephone conference by calling 888-684-8852, and entering access code 2787263 and password 94623#.


Healy's multimillion-dollar mansion had been on the market for months when, in June, an offer came through for more than $500K above its appraisal value. Miami-based realtor Doreen Marina was confident that the judge in Pennsylvania -- where Healy's Ponzi victims lived -- would approve the sale after Marina gathered data on other homes in the neighborhood.

"I got the highest price per square foot in all the subdivisions: Weston Hills, the Reserves, Windmill Ranch, Windmill Lakes... It was a coup," Marina said on July 14.

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