Posted: Sep 10, 2012 12:17 PM by Kirsten Bennett
Neighbors in Georgia are at odds over a little pink play house.
The Homeowners Association claims the wall color violates neighborhood rules and are now demanding it be repainted, according to a report by WAGT 26.
Becky Rogers-Peck built the play house as a Christmas present for her four-year-old granddaughter, Aubree,and had no idea the color would spark an expensive lawsuit by the Homeowners Association.
"Part of the approval is the color," HOA president Susan Bradley said. "We didn't disapprove of the play house; we disapproved of the color of it."
HOA said if the colors of the walls were different, the house would be acceptable. But, Aubree's grandma said she's not willing to repaint.
"I'm going to fight it until the bitter end," Rogers-Peck said. "I will not paint that doll house. I'll move first."
The Peck family has called a couple lawyers for help, but said legal fees are very expensive. Lawyers told them their chances of winning are only 50/50.