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​Woman Comes Home To Find Apartment Management Has Accidentally Cleared Out All Of Her Belongings

Jess Hardiman

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​Woman Comes Home To Find Apartment Management Has Accidentally Cleared Out All Of Her Belongings

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds

A woman was shocked to come home to her apartment to find her home had been completely cleared of all her belongings, claiming her complex's management had 'cleaned out the wrong apartment'.

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TikTok user Myrohn Guthrie (@moodiamonds) recently posted a video about what happened, writing: "I literally can't make this up."

In the clip, she films as she walks around her empty apartment, which has no longer has any furniture or belongings inside it.

A caption reads: "My apartment complex, cleaned out the wrong apartment.

"Me and my kids' stuff are literally gone. A fully furnished apartment EMPTY."

Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds
Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds

Guthrie also shared a follow-up video to explain more about the bizarre situation, saying she came home on Saturday to find 'everything was gone' - not thinking she'd been robbed, as there had been no signs of forced entry and the property had been cleaned.

"It had to be maintenance," she explained, saying staff tried 'arguing' with her for around an hour.

Eventually, staff at the site's management office confirmed they had made a huge error, admitting they were supposed to clear out another apartment - the number of which was just one digit off Guthrie's.

Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds
Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds

"After two hours, they were finally like, 'Oh my God, we made a mistake'," she said.

"They were just telling me they were so sorry, they messed up. They didn't offer me anything.

"Only thing they told me to do was I needed to make a list of everything I lost and email it to them."

According to KDFW, management at the Gateway Plaza Townhomes in Kansas City, Kansas, is responsible for the mix-up.

Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds
Credit: TikTok/@moodiamonds

The outlet reported that Guthrie believes she has lost up to $32,000 worth of furniture and personal items - along with priceless belongings like family photos and identification documents.

Seldin Company, which owns Gateway Plaza, has since said it is 'saddened' by what happened, and that it had contacted Guthrie to resolve the problem.

Responding to a negative comment on Facebook, the company said: "Seldin Company is aware of and saddened by this situation. We have reached out to the resident, and we are working diligently on a prompt resolution to assist the resident."

LADbible has reached out to Seldin Company for comment.

Topics: News, US News, TikTok

Jess Hardiman
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