ACLU Represents White Woman in Lawsuit Contesting Eviction for Having Black Guest

Maria Perez
Jul 13, 2019 - 5:00

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a woman who says she was evicted from her home because she invited over a Black co-worker. Victoria Sutton, a white mother of two who now lives in Calhoun, Georgia, claims she was evicted from her home in Adairsville because she invited a Black co-worker and the co-worker’s five-year-old son to her home for a play date in September 2018, according to the lawsuit filed by the ACLU on July 10. As her co-worker was leaving the home, they hugged goodbye. A few hours later, one of the landlords, Allen McCoy, knocked...

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