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More legal trouble for the Foxcroft Apartments in Northwest Oklahoma City. An attorney has put in a new court filing accusing the complex of accepting tens of thousands of dollars in rent against a judge’s order.
New potential trouble for the entities that run the Foxcroft Apartments, the Northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex that’s had no heat at all this entire winter.
Oklahoma City metro community members are rallying around the residents of an apartment complex who’ve had to live in frigid cold conditions.
After having no heat at all since September, tenants at an entire Oklahoma City apartment complex have finally gotten the legal representation they hoped for.
A new month, a big winter storm and still no heat for those living at the Foxcroft Apartments in Northwest Oklahoma City.
Tenants at Foxcroft Apartments in Northwest Oklahoma City are unsure how long they’ll have to wait for their heat to return after not having it for months. A newly hired plumbing contractor is struggling to find the gas leak that’s causing the heating failure.
Oklahoma County District Judge Anthony Bonner ordered a temporary injunction that heat must be restored to the apartment and that until heat is safely provided, all rent from all tenants is not required to be paid and that no tenant can be evicted. The injunction can be lifted if heat is restored.
Tenants of a Northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex say they haven’t had heat for weeks and are frustrated that management won’t fix the issue.
“I slept for two days in the recliner outside because I couldn’t stand the smell in here. I had the door closed, the door closed, and I still smelled it,” he said.
Residents at the Foxcroft Apartment complex say they have not had heat since October and it is a story KFOR has been following for weeks.
Those living at the Foxcroft Apartments in Oklahoma City have been without heat since at least October, according to tenants