(Exclusive Details) Memphis woman living with mold and wet floors for more than a year forced to stay at hotel

Exclusively told by a woman from Memphis who wishes to remain anonymous The shadow room that she was forced to move out of her home after property management “wiped down” her grievances.

The mother of one child says that the Highland Hills apartment complex has failed to remedy a situation that resulted in her home being damaged due to a neighbor’s bursting pipe.

As a result, she has wet floors and mold which makes her uncomfortable in her apartment.

The unnamed woman says she is in a hotel but will have a new apartment by Friday. Unfortunately, the leasing office does not cover any hotel costs.

She went on to say that she moved into the complex in “January 2021 and the problems started shortly thereafter”.

Once the tenant was without a fridge for “three days”. As a result their food was spoiled and management did not provide refunds for lost items.

It wasn’t until Memphis comedian and entrepreneur Latoya Polk helped the young lady solve the problem that the leasing office contacted her to resolve the issue.

Latoya wrote on Facebook:

Who should my girlfriend call about her apartment? It’s severe water damage and they’re dragging their feet to fix it. She has a 2 year old child who cannot play because the floor is so bad. Walking on the carpet sounds like walking out in the water. They tell her there is a broken pipe above her, but that’s ridiculous!!!

She also made a number of other posts and people encouraged the young lady to call code enforcement and offered to help in other ways.

Roomies, what do you think?

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Brian Ashcraft

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