The complaint alleges that the Respondents collaboratively and without legal process wrested control of an apartment leased by Mark Paul Acesor because of national origin, color, and disability, then after banishing him from his leased apartment by official decree proceeded to destroy or dispose of his personal belongings, including designer clothing and family photographs.
Mr. Acesor is dark skinned and of Filipino national origin. He also has disability. The complaint alleges that the Respondents, after unlawfully taking control of Mr. Acesor's leased unit, replaced him with a White, non-disabled occupant.
Mr. Sullivan investigated this matter, diverting substantial personal resources. He also advocated for Mr. Acesor and sought to educate the Respondents about fair housing practices.
As a result of these advocacy efforts on behalf of fair housing principles, the 3600 Condominium Association through an attorney permanently banished both Mr. Acesor and Mr. Sullivan from the condominium property, thus retaliating by ensuring that the Complainants could never rent a unit or purchase a unit at 3600 N. Lake Shore Drive.
The preliminary complaint documents are available at the links below. Please contact Daniel Sullivan for any additional information at 202-340-6724 or email@example.com.
Housing Discrimination Complaint Form