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The vehicle was reported at around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday evening, as it was left in the middle of the intersection with something blocking the view through all windows into the van.
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I hated my ex-wife so much I moved next door and erected a 12ft-high middle finger statue just to annoy her
Alan Markovitz put the enormous bronze statue of a hand with its middle finger raised on his back porch, aimed at the windows of his ex-wife's house.3Markovitz has a big reputation in the area, with some even calling him a 'local legend'Credit: FACEBOOK 3The $7,000 statue is almost 12 feet tall, and it even has a spotlight on it so that the neighbors can see it at nightCredit: Twitter
The $7,000 statue is almost 12 feet tall, and it even has a spotlight on it so that the neighbors can see it at night.
According to Lenka Tuohy, a woman claiming to be the ex-wife's daughter, the Michigan man allegedly bought the house next door to his ex and moved in with his 17-year-old daughter Tiffany.
“How psychotic do you have to be to buy the house directly next to your ex-wife and then put a statue up like that?!?!" Lenka tweeted, according to The Post — her Twitter account has since gone private.
Markovitz claimed in 2013 that the realtor originally showed him the house next to his ex and her new partner as a coincidence, according to Deadline Detroit.
After that, "karma" took over, as Markovitz claimed the statue was specifically meant for the ex-wife's new partner, with whom she reportedly had an affair during their marriage.
“I’m so over her,” Markovitz told Deadline. “This is about him. This is about him not being a man.”Most read in The US SunWHAT LIES BENEATH Lake could erupt and kill MILLIONS with poison gas cloud, experts warnSOLO STROLL Brad Pitt's new love interest Lykke Li takes low key stroll amid 'SECRET' flingKOURTNEY'S KILLER KURVES Kourtney Kardashian wows in bikini as fans think she's pregnantTAMMY'S CRIB Inside 1,000-Lb Sisters' Tammy's $239K Kentucky duplex as sister Amy moves out
Markovitz has a big reputation in the area, with some even calling him a "local legend."
He owns three strip clubs in Detroit, and he's even authored a book titled Topless Prophet: The True Story of America's Most Successful Gentleman's Club Entrepreneur, which is set to become a Cinemax TV series.
According to the entrepreneur's website, the infamous statue was eventually sold for a good cause and given a "happy ending."
"Alan's famous statue was sold, and the proceeds [were] given to Heart2Hart Detroit, a non-profit organization providing critical assistance to the homeless," the website states.
Markovitz said in a 2014 Facebook post that he donated $5K to the charity.
"Turning a negative into a positive," he wrote.3The picture started circulating online after a tweet by the ex-wife Lea Tuohy's daughter, Lenka TuohyCredit: Twitter I got my ex's initial tattooed on my ankle but I don’t want to pay for it to be removed - my baby’s name will start with the same letter instead We pay for your stories!
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