Henrietta Hughes is adored on HenriettaHughes.com

No joke, folks. The lady’s done gone and got herself a Web site.

Finding out who owns this thing is as easy as searching the WhoIs database. The site was registered with GoDaddy.com on February 10th, the day of Henrietta’s discovery. Given Henrietta and her son were no strangers to press, I’d suspect we’ve got someone looking for their 15 minutes of fame. Maybe Ms. Hughes or perhaps Fontz, but the site has little substance.

Registrant:
judah fontz
2215 sw 20th ave
cape coral, Florida 33991
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: HENRIETTAHUGHES.COM
Created on: 10-Feb-09
Expires on: 10-Feb-10
Last Updated on: 10-Feb-09

Administrative Contact:
fontz, judah dalia411@gmail.com
2215 sw 20th ave
cape coral, Florida 33991
United States
(239) 850-3603

Technical Contact:
fontz, judah dalia411@gmail.com
2215 sw 20th ave
cape coral, Florida 33991
United States
(239) 850-3603

Comments

  1. Randy in Richmond says:

    Henrietta Hughes recently refused a place to live free for 3 months and then pay $400/month rent thereafter. I suspect this place had a kitchen and bathroom. A faith based organization made the offer but the Hughes’ refused. She receives over $800/month from a disability check and it is estimated she and her son qualify for around $300/month in Food Stamps. It is unknown if her son receives any additional payments.
    In 2005 Henrietta sold some land and received $47,000. Taking just these amounts, (there are probably other sources of income), spread over 48 months would amount to $24,950/year or $2080/month. Yet Henrietta says she cannot afford $400/month for the apartment offered by the faith organization. She says she has a loan, a storage space, a car payment and insurance, thus she cannot afford $400/month in rent.
    The rat has come home to roost.

    http://www.winknews.com/news/local/39518252.html

  2. Randy in Richmond says:

    The latest on Henrietta’s web site is that you can sign up for a newsletter so you can stay informed on her situation.

    http://henriettahughes.com/

  3. Goes to show how easy it is to dupe a bleeding heart.

  4. Here is the history (remember to keep the lot numbers separate as that is important):

    6/18/01 – Henrietta and Corey Hughes purchases Lot 18 and 19, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres

    8/17/01 – Henrietta and Corey Hughes purchases Lot 22, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres

    10/29/01 – Henrietta and Corey Hughes receives building permit for Lot 19, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres. The builder is Holiday Builders of Cape Coral, Florida

    10/29/01 – (same day) Henrietta and Corey Hughes secures mortgage financing from Riverside Bank of The Gulf Coast, Cape Coral, Florida (this would be for the building of the structure constructed by Holiday Builders) in the amount of $124,400.00

    7/15/03 – Forclosure filed by Riverside Bank of the Gulf Coast on Lot 19, Block 35 Lehigh Acres in an amount of slightly over $123,600.00 (meaning she paid about $800 of the mortgage in 21 months)

    10/16/2003 – Mortgage satisfaction filed by Riverside Bank granting ownership to Henrietta and Corey Hughes for Lot 19, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres for $124,400.00

    6/30/05 – Lot 22, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres sold to Homeland, LLC.

    8/9/06 – Quit claim deed signed by Henrietta Hughes to Corey Hughes for Lot 18, Block 35 of Lehigh Acres.

    She originally owned 3 lots, #18, #19 and #22. Number #22 was sold in 2005 (when she claims she lost her home) to Homeland, LLC in June, 2005 and #18 was transferred to her son, Corey Lamont, on 8/9/06 (signing a quit claim deed gave him total ownership of #18 which they had bought jointly).

    I can find no record of any subsequent sales of the home build on Lot 19.