Scammed by a Real Estate Accountant and Seeking Justice
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Beverly Black Johnson is calling upon the public’s help to bring 66 year old, Sharon Berry, to justice in a real estate scam uncovered January 9, 2017.
The brief details are as follows:
In late September of 2016 Ms. Black Johnson answered Sharon Berry’s Craigslist ad in which she was subletting her unit in the Homewood Village Senior Park of Modesto, CA.
Berry gave Johnson a rental application and a written lease to sublet month to month beginning October 2016. Johnson observed at that time and upon moving in that Berry ran a daily daycare.
After repeated mentions of the electrical sockets being a hazard while remaining uncovered, Johnson told other relatives, thinking that would resolve things. Berry’s 2 year-old great grandson was endangered, as Johnson having observed him switching power surges on and off warned Berry. The toddler was also playing with keys and sticking them in other objects, which could have soon been an exposed outlet. Not able to ignore child endangerment, Beverly didn’t let up to mention the danger.
Instead Berry became angered and on January 8, 2017 Sharon made a false police report alleging she felt threatened by Johnson, as her ruse was being revealed and coming to a head. Berry asked the police to arrest Johnson.
On January 9, 2017 Johnson reported the incident to the rental office asking them to obtain the police report, upon which they informed Johnson that the sublet she rented was against park rules and mobile home rental laws. The State of California Civil Code also prohibits subletting except in special cases.
In an attempt to avoid criminal prosecution, Berry has abandoned her home that she just purchased in December 2015, leaving Johnson there on January 22, 2017.
Johnson has appealed to both Berry and Homewood Village for an amical resolve in the form of a formal Letter of Demand seeking monetary damages, which has gone ignored for over a month.
To add insult to injury, Homewood Village has shown Berry bias and favor, refusing to pursue any criminal wrong doing, but rather criminalizing Johnson by prohibiting her from using the community club house, library and threatening to call the police if she enters therein. According to Homewood Village Park, this threat to summon the police is by the advice of their attorney, making no mention of Berry’s criminal activity falsely representing Homewood Village, subletting to Johnson, being the real issue.
Johnson is seeking the public’s help to bring this matter before the State of California’s Attorney General, and to mobilize efforts to amend the Civil Code to require anyone adding occupants to their lease sign an addendum that they are not subletting.
Johnson has spoken with an attorney’s office, however she is still seeking representation and needing to raise a $1500 lawyer’s retainer fee. Anyone seeking to assist Johnson with legal fees can Paypal Johnson directly. Any amount big or small is appreciated. Paypal recipient code: email@example.com
Homewood Village Park, Modesto CA. 209-522-1412 is represented by Joseph W. Carroll, Esq. in Sacramento. Johnson reached out to him via a call, but he was unavailable at the time of this report. The office # is: 916-443-9000.
Johnson is Black and Berry is white. “Had the roles been reversed, I’d be in jail,” stated Johnson.
Johnson can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org Serious Inquiries Only!
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