LOUISIANA – Family forced to leave home alleges racial attacks, harassment and hostility

LouisianaRecord.com: Family forced to leave home alleges racial attacks, harassment and hostility
By Carol Ostrow
August 4, 2015
A Jefferson Parish couple is suing a Metairie homeowners association and its officers alleging Federal Housing Administration violation and creation of a hostile housing environment in regard to a series of encounters that purportedly forced them to leave their home.

Anthony Harris and LaQunior Harris sued Ponchartrain Homeowner’s Association LLC, Donna Signorelli, Rebecca Smith, and Amanda Roublau in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana on July 13 alleging multiple violations in regard to the residential matter.

According to the complaint, all parties resided in an apartment complex at 1516 Aztec Avenue in Metairie. The suit states that the Harrises rented an apartment in July 2014 with their infant son, and that LaQunior was six months pregnant at the time.

The Harrises assert that several individuals overtly harassed and intimidated LaQunior in the presence of family members in the property’s common area, allegedly making racially tinged comments laced with hostility.  Read more:

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