A dispute over election results for a homeowners association board turned ugly recently in Rancho Mirage, Calif.
According to the Desert Sun newspaper, a brawl erupted after 52-year-old Thomas Moore reportedly shoved 70-year-old Reesa Manning, who had been elected to the board. The woman had been opposed by Moore’s partner, Donald Searle.
After Moore shoved the woman, police say, he was attacked by five other men.
Moore was hospitalized after suffering a seizure and neck injuries during the Feb. 17 incident.
Now, Moore is suing the Springs Community Association, the HOA, board members, several homeowners and the security company hired to provide security to the association, according to his lawsuit filed in Riverside County Superior Court.
Moore is accusing the HOA and numerous others of violating his civil rights, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and negligence. He wants at least $25,000 in damages.
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