Blood may be thicker than water, but it's not thicker than property ownership: A 98-year-old woman in Fairfield, Connecticut is being evicted from her home by her son. The lawyer assigned by a court to represent Mary Kantorowski said, "This is just a despicable situation. Mary has been living here happily paying all the expenses for the house and now her son, Peter, comes along and is telling her, `Get the hell out,' so he can sell it."
Mary Kantorowski received the eviction notice on her birthday. She said, "My husband worked hard, difficult jobs to buy this house. He built the garage and did a lot of work on the house and he told me never to leave it."
Her son Peter Kantorowski claims that he "doesn't like the way she's living over there." While he hasn't visited her in the home in eight months, he says she's had many falls, "At her age, at 98, I'm sure that she should be with people of her peers, she should have her meals on time." But these details from the CT Post suggest something besides concern: