To “Protect” the Town, Gov’t Fines Mother of Two $100,000 for a Dirty Pool and Tall Grass | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

To “Protect” the Town, Gov’t Fines Mother of Two $100,000 for a Dirty Pool and Tall Grass

By Matt Agorist

Dunedin, FL — When Kristi Allen received a notice from the city in the mailbox last year — telling her she owed them $103,559 — she thought it just had to be a scam. It certainly is a scam, but one being carried out by her own government and one she is legally obligated to pay or face the consequences. Her alleged “crime” to justify the fine, which was twice her yearly income? Tall grass and a dirty pool.

Allen’s letter stated that she had two weeks to pay the fine or she would be sued. Naturally, Allen couldn’t come up with six figures in the two-week time frame she was given, so now the city of Dunedin is suing her. The subsequent lawsuit could bankrupt this mother of two and leave her family homeless...

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