Another instance of an allegedly wrongful seizure of a home has surfaced in Florida.

According to a story late last month on the website of Tampa Bay television station WTSP, Chris Boudreau returned to his home in Brooksville after being away for a few weeks to find the locks changed and the house stripped bare of his possessions, including a couch, a TV, a DVD player, and his wife's wedding dress.

Boudreau had missed a couple mortgage payments to his lender 21st Mortgage Corp. of Knoxville, Tenn., his lawyer Tom Altman, told the news station, but there were no foreclosure proceedings in effect.

A spokesperson for the lender, a Berkshire Hathaway company that provides financing primarily to manufactured home buyers in the Southeast and Southwest, declined the station's request for a comment.