An RV park owner in Carrabelle, Fla., is in hot water after a Maryland man filed a lawsuit against the owner.
According to WTXL, Ho-Hum RV Park is adults-only, but a lawsuit filed on Nov. 7 says banning children violates the U.S. Fair Housing Act. The U.S. Fair Housing Act prevents people from being denied housing based on factors like race, religion or family status.
There are exemptions in the act for communities that serve only those 55 and older, but the lawsuit says Ho-Hum is not a registered 55-and-over community.
Darrell Rogers filed the lawsuit. According to his lawyer, Rogers never had any intention of actually staying at the RV park.
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