The owner of the legendary A Christmas Story home made it quite apparent in footage of an expletive-filled outburst that A Christmas Story star Yano Anaya is no longer welcome there.

On November 15, Yano—who played Grover Dill in the 1983 movie was posing for pictures with admirers on the front steps of the house in the Cleveland region.

Brian Jones, the owner, appears out of nowhere and starts yelling at him to leave his land and never come back.

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The homeowner accuses the actor of being a scammer, loser, and “piece of s**t” in the video and claims Yano has somehow screwed him over, as per TMZ.

Yano informed us that the cast members of A Christmas Story were interested in pooling their resources to purchase the renowned house when the iconic mansion from the film recently went on the market.

Emmanuel Soba, Yano’s business partner, claims they do not know why the homeowner was so irate. He asserts that the actor called Brian the day before the incident and reports that they had a wonderful talk.

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They assert that Brian told them he would be willing to sell the house to their organisation, and that Brian’s outburst caught them off guard. Yano resisted making a statement.

For the purpose of purchasing the house, a GoFundMe has been established. Emmanuel explains that although one of their group’s volunteer members created a GoFundMe, it was never active, and he is unsure of why this led to his outburst. He asserts that without it, they might have bought the house from a list of investors they already had.

Talking about the incident, Brian said ,”I apologise for the manner in which I expressed myself; however, I was concerned that fans might be misled into contributing to a GoFundMe campaign that would not result in the purchase of the house.”

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Brian continued, “I am not affiliated with any GoFundMe campaign. Because I am not selling the house through Go Fund Me, fans should not contribute to that fund under false pretences, believing their money will be used to purchase the house. Through my real estate broker, I am only accepting offers from qualified buyers,” as per TMZ.