We told you earlier this week about an eviction from Northbrook Villas and complaints of discrimination coming from those involved. Now, another former resident has come forward who says he went through the same thing after 17 years of living there.
"I built that park, and now management is ruining that park" said Mark Munroe, a former resident of Northbrook Villas.
When he developed cancer, his doctor prescribed medical marijuana to help him with his pain and appetite.
"Once the park realized I was growing medical marijuana, from that day forward they were really vindictive to me and anybody that was associated with me" said Munroe.
Munroe started to fall behind on his payments so he talked to management and made arrangements; starting with a payment of five hundred dollars.
"It was supposed to continue on and I was going to pay off my back due to the park. Well, upon receiving my check the woman turned around and told me 'you're kicked out of here' (right) and after she took my money" explained Munroe.
Many like Munroe who live in the park believe management is running it like a dictatorship.
"She makes up her own rules and then makes up her own fines and charges it. But if you're on her good side there ain't no problem, but once you get on her bad side god help you" explained Munroe.
Michael McMahon, who was evicted earlier this week for not having his roommates approved by management, has filed a complaint with the American Civil Liberties Union.
"I did all the ground work but it's really on behalf of everyone. I don't have anything personal to gain or no personal goals other than some exposure and hopefully to get these people their civil rights back" explained McMahon.
Munroe says many others who still live in the park are on their way out. "They're just tired of dealing with her and the park and her rules."
We tried once again to contact the property manager but the office was locked and we got no response. We also called and left several messages with the corporate office in Chicago and they have yet to return our calls.