Homeowner Claims Discrimination For NOT Being Jewish, HOA-Required Censorship On Facebook
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Seven Bridges (Delray Beach) Homeowners Association has submitted its response to a federal lawsuit filed by a homeowner claiming that she was discriminated against for not being Jewish, that her children were verbally assaulted by a group of women who claimed priority in using a tennis court, that she was harassed by a neighbor, and that the HOA attempted to thwart her right to free speech on Facebook.
The lawsuit — Jeffrey and Deborah Lagrasso vs. Seven Bridges Homeowners Association, Inc., and Rachel Aboud Tannenholz, continues in U.S District Court as the HOA attempts to have the lawsuit dismissed.
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