Naples home invasion victims suing HOA

Article and Video Courtesy of Channel 2 NBC Naples

By Dave Elias

Published July 21, 2015



The victims of a violent home invasion in Naples are suing their homeowners association.

Mike and Sabrina Ferry claim they've suffered severe emotional injuries since thieves dressed as ninjas held them captive last year inside their home in the gated Grey Oaks community.
"My wife has been through 16 sessions with a psychologist," Mike Ferry said.
The Ferrys say they are still traumatized by what happened to them inside their multi-million dollar home inside the Estuary at Grey Oaks.


Video surveillance shows men dressed as ninjas cut through a fence and break into their home, holding them captive. They were bound with zip ties tied so tightly that it caused cuts and nerve dam

The Ferrys are suing the HOA, security guards and others for not keeping them safe.
The HOA's attorneys are requesting 10 years of medical records from the Ferrys, but Sabrina Ferry has only turned over medical records dealing with her treatment since the crime. Their attorney argues old medical records are irrelevant.
The next step in this case is a magistrate will decide whether Sabrina Ferry must turn over all of her medical records that the defendants in this case are requesting.