Susan Warren, 'Cleaning Fairy,' Accused Of Breaking Into Home And Cleaning It

'Cleaning Fairy' Allegedly Breaks Into Random Home, Tidies Up

A mother in Westlake, Ohio, said she came home to find her house a little cleaner after an uninvited guest had tidied up while she was away.

WKYC reports that Susan Warren, the so-called "Cleaning Fairy," is accused of breaking into Sherry Bush's home, doing some light cleaning, and leaving a bill for her services on a napkin, along with her contact information.

"She wrote a note [on a napkin] and left it on the table, saying, '$75 I was here to clean,' and left her name and number," Bush told the station.

Thinking that Warren had come to the wrong house, Bush called her up to straighten things out.

"I think our jaws just dropped to the ground," Bush said. "I said, 'What happened, did you get the wrong house?' She said, 'No, I do this all the time.' I said, 'What do you mean?' She said, 'I just stop and clean your house.'"

Bush told NewsNet5 that Warren later admitted she had broken in because she needed cash, though nothing was stolen from the house.

"She said she was driving down the street and randomly picked our house and cleaned it cause she was desperate for money," Bush said.

Westlake Patch reports that Warren has been charged with felony burglary.

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