And the apartment owner and property manager filed hundreds of lawsuits alleging lost rent and “other damages that were supported by false evidence, including fabricated invoices,” according to the Maryland Attorney General’s office.
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I left a message with Thacker’s office for comment and will post it if he responds.
Meanwhile, consumers wanting more information of the settlement should contact the Consumer Protection Division hotline at 410-528-8662 or 888-743-0023.
Also, here’s a story I wrote a while back on tenant rights.