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AIR FORCE VETERAN LEFT HOMELESS AFTER TENANTS REFUSE TO PAY RENT

An Air Force veteran who owns three upstate New York properties has been forced to live in her car because her tenants have refused to pay rent thanks to the eviction moratorium.

Brandie LaCasse told CBS News that she has been living at friends’ homes and out of her car with her young daughter. She said she is owed more than $23,000 in unpaid rent but cannot force her tenants to pay or leave because of federal and state moratoriums on evictions.

“I’ve cried many nights, like thinking, ‘Where’s my money?'” the single mom said. “I don’t understand how they can give my private property to somebody to live for free. I bought that property. I fixed it up with my blood, sweat and tears.”

She added, “I invested in these properties, never thinking I wouldn’t have a place to live. I just want my house. That’s it. I just want my house.”

Federal funds earmarked to help alleviate such situations during the pandemic have not been allocated, according to the US Treasury Department.

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