U.S: Kansas City Senior Home Told Woman, 68, to Move Out for Partying Too Much

A 68-year-old lady said that the management of a senior living complex where she was staying refused to extend her lease because she hosted too many parties. Vivian Jackson told The Kansas City Star that she has been unable to find another inexpensive assisted living facility since management at the Emanuel Cleaver II Senior Living Community urged her to leave.

Jackson also refuted the charges of excessive partying, claiming that the facility evicted her after failing to respond to specific issues she voiced. The sexagenarian said that she sustained many injuries during her three-year stay at the institution as a result of flooding in her unit, despite warning management of the problem. She further stated that the flooding continued despite repairs.

In response to charges of excessive partying, Jackson’s nurse stated that the only persons the 68-year-old invited were her sons and her caregiver. She claimed Jackson’s boys came around in the evening to assist her.

“I’ve lost so much weight because of stress, and I don’t really have anybody to help,” Jackson said, adding that her efforts to relocate to another facility have been unsuccessful because of medical issues. She said her mobility has also declined.

The facility’s management also denied her request for more days to leave due to recent storms and power outages. She also claimed that management advised her that her case will be referred to legal aid after she requested more time, according to The Kansas City Star.

Jackson said she worries about having an eviction on her record. “I didn’t even have electricity, and she doesn’t care. This is not professional. I wouldn’t even do a dog like this,” the 68-year-old said.

Jackson stated that her fate at the senior living institution was unknown at the time of this article. She, on the other hand, claimed to have been packing and storing her belongings while also donating other items to shelters and homeless people.

“I have a lot of health issues. I can’t work. If I could work at McDonald’s or something to supplement the income to help me, I would do that, but I can’t do it. It’s hard to even stand on my legs,” Jackson said.

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