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Interracial Couple Suing Michigan Agents For Alleged Discrimination

The lawsuit alleges discrimination on the basis of race in violation of the Fair Housing Act, violation of the property rights of citizens on the basis of race, conspiracy to violate another individual’s civil rights and discrimination in real estate transactions in violation of Michigan’s Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act. In a Jan. 15 complaint, Ohio couple Verdell and Julie Franklin allege that Rick Beaudin, an agent for KW Realty Livingston, and Mary Kay Ikens, an agent for RE/MAX Platinum, discriminated against them on the basis of race and violated their civil and property rights when they attempted to make on offer on a home on Michigan’s Zukey Lake. The suit names both agents and both brokerages as defendants. “When the Franklins were dissuaded from purchasing the Zukey Lake home and later learned that it had been purchased by a white man under sale terms that they had conveyed to Defendants they were willing and able to meet, they were heart broken and outraged that they had been victims of blatant race discrimination,” the complaint said. While talking with Ikens, the Franklins prepared and signed a standard purchase agreement with $300,000 as the offer, telling Ikens that it was their “starting” offer and they were prepared to pay more. Then, Ikens allegedly told them that unless they were prepared to offer the asking price of $350,000 in cash and buy the home “as is” without an inspection, their offer would be ignored by the sellers, which the complaint said was “false” and not included in the listing description.

” BLM supporters say the phrase All Lives Matter ignores the lived experiences of Black people who are disproportionately impacted by police brutality and who feel their lives are not treated as if they matter. “Based on the false information Ikens provided to the Franklins, which was intended to and did dissuade them from making an offer on the home because of their race, the Franklins did not consummate their offer because they believed that their offer would be rejected and their good faith efforts to purchase the home would be futile,” the lawsuit said. “However, Ikens informed the Franklins that unless the Franklins were willing to offer the asking price of $350,000, that Beaudin would continue to show the house all weekend and the Franklins’ offer would be ignored by the sellers,” the suit said.

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The suit also alleges that the defendants violated the property rights of the Franklins, and that Beaudin and Ikens violated the Franklins’ civil rights. An interracial couple from Maumee, Ohio, has sued two Livingston County real estate agents and two real estate firms after the couple said agents dissuaded them from buying a house on a lake. On September 3, 2022, he listed a home for $350,000 on Zukey Lake, a place the Franklins had been visiting for about a decade to spend time with close friends who are white and own a house on the lake. According to the complaint, there has never been an African American homeowner on Zukey Lake and homes rarely come up for sale there, less than once a year.

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It sold to a white man who paid with a down payment and a mortgage of $225,000 and was allowed to inspect the property before purchasing it, the complaint said. Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to get @kaybeaudin’s OnlyFans for free right now. The complaint seeks actual damages, punitive damages and a court order requiring Ikens and Beaudin to surrender their real estate licenses, among other requests. According to the complaint, even though the couple believe they were the first to view the property, Ikens showed no interest in the Franklins as potential buyers and did not inquire about their level of interest in purchasing or their qualifications to buy a second home. Beaudin was fired by RE/MAX Platinum in June after, in response to a protest planned in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, he posted to a local Pinckney, Michigan, group Facebook page “Can’t we all just promote in Pinckney that All Lives Matter?

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The lawsuit was filed Friday in the Eastern District of Michigan, and plaintiffs Verdell and Julie Franklin are demanding a jury trial over alleged violations of the Fair Housing Act. Switch to the light mode that’s kinder on your eyes at day time.

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  • ” BLM supporters say the phrase All Lives Matter ignores the lived experiences of Black people who are disproportionately impacted by police brutality and who feel their lives are not treated as if they matter.
  • The complaint said that on Sep. 4, Julie Franklin contacted the number in the listing to ask for a showing and received a call back from Ikens, who set up a showing that day at 2 p.m.

According to our estimates , @kaybeaudin earns about $4.4k monthly from their OnlyFans. A white Michigan Realtor fired last year for a racially insensitive social media post is now in the crosshairs of a new lawsuit accusing him and another agent of violating the Fair Housing Act. “Ikens reacted in an awkward way and instead of immediately following through with the Franklins to process and present the offer, she informed the Franklins and their friends that she had to show her friend a home nearby,” the lawsuit claims. Julie Franklin called Beaudin’s office and soon got a call back from another agent, Mary Kay Ikens.

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