Friends React: Squatter Bragged About Mansion

Friends React: Squatter Bragged About Mansion

From a big home to the big house, the east Memphis squatter remained in jail on a multi-million dollar bond Friday night.
MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - From a big home to the big house, the east Memphis squatter remained in jail on a multi-million dollar bond Friday night.

Tabitha Gentry was arrested early Thursday morning after the self-proclaimed sovereign citizen started living in a foreclosed home on the 600-block of South Shady Grove Road.

"She just got crazy like that, man. I don't know what's wrong with her," said one friend, who declined to give his name.

Nicki Bryant, a life-long friend of Gentry, said she ran into her a few days ago at a near-by store.

"She said look at my house, look at my big $3 Million house," a laughing Bryant said. "She showed me pics of the house and everything."

Bryant said Gentry showed her pictures of the pool, and of the inside of the house.

"I said that's a big house, how did you get that house? She said we just got it, I got the deed for it, I was like, for real?" Gentry said. "She was real happy."

Late last month, Gentry filed paperwork with Shelby County claiming ownership of the house. Early Friday, Gentry was arrested as she drove away from the house. She's charged with aggravated burglary.

Gentry is set to make her first court appearance on Monday morning.

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