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Georgia woman evicted after black family visits settles suit for $150k

ATLANTA — A Georgia woman evicted for inviting a black family to her house for  playdates with their children will be paid $150,000 by her former landlords to settle a discrimination lawsuit. 

Victoria Sutton filed the complaint in July against Patricia and Allen McCoy of Calhoun, Georgia. Sutton said the couple made racist statements and threatened to physically harm her if she contested the eviction.  

“My landlord’s behavior was not just immoral, it was also illegal,” Sutton said in a statement. “I’m glad to see the McCoys are being held accountable and hope this settlement brings us one step closer to creating a more just society where people of all races can live together without fear.”

Sutton’s attorney, Brian Corman, said the McCoys acknowledged they used racial slurs before evicting Sutton and apologized to her. 

But when reached by telephone Thursday afternoon, Patricia McCoy said the settlement  “was reached for her (Sutton’s) lies and that’s all I’ve got to say.” She then hung up. 

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