This house owner is an actual Scrooge.
Yano Anaya — who starred within the 1983 comedy “A Christmas Story” and its subsequent sequel — was cursed out by the proprietor of the long-lasting house within the movie earlier this month, according to TMZ.
In a lately obtained video from TMZ, the 50-year-old actor was in entrance of the house posing with followers when the irate proprietor, reportedly named Brian Johnson, approached and commenced his rant telling the actor to go away.
“Get the f—ok off my house, now! Get the f—ok out of right here. I’m not kidding,” screamed Johnson. “Beat it! Get the f—ok out. Leave now! Get away from my property — don’t ever come right here once more. Never ever once more. Leave now, I’m severe.”
In one other, clip, Johnson is heard calling the actor a “scammer” to a passerby.
“Do you recognize what this man’s doing? You don’t know what a scammer, and what a loser this man is,” Johnson is heard saying.
Anaya is later heard calling Johnson out for the impolite remark and asking why he’s being known as a “scammer.”
“Why don’t you speak to me about it so we are able to repair it?” stated Anaya within the video that ends with Johnson strolling away.
Anaya and a number of other of his “Christmas story” costars have expressed curiosity in shopping for the home which is presently available on the market for an undisclosed quantity.
The 1.3-acre Cleveland, Ohio property — which welcomes almost 75,000 guests a 12 months — features a museum, present store, parking zone, a second ‘Bumpus’ house, a rental property and two open heaps for use on the proprietor’s discretion.
Featured within the museum is a uncommon assortment of behind-the-scenes pictures in addition to a big assortment of props used within the movie.
The scrooge-like response from Johnson fully blindsided Anaya’s group who stated that that they had a constructive cellphone dialog with Jones concerning shopping for the house the day prior to this.
The Post reached out to Anaya for remark.
Johnson later issued an apology for his habits saying that it was out of concern that followers may be misled into donating to a GoFundMe web page that might not consequence within the buy of the house.
“I apologize for the way in which I expressed myself; nonetheless, it was out of concern that followers could possibly be misled into contributing to a GoFundMe marketing campaign that won’t consequence within the buy of the house,” stated Johnson stated to TMZ.
“I’ve no affiliation with any GoFundMe marketing campaign. I’m not promoting the house by Go Fund Me, so followers shouldn’t contribute to that fund underneath false pretenses, considering their cash goes towards shopping for the house.”
“I’m entertaining provides solely from certified patrons by my actual property dealer.”
The fundraiser was allegedly created by a volunteer member of Anaya’s group. The web page has since been deactivated.