Madeline moved out notice, according to a letter she sent to her lawyer.
She said her landlord, Anand Kumar, told her she couldn’t move out unless she paid $100 for a one-bedroom apartment.
Madeline said the move-out notice was issued on March 25, but the landlord has not responded to her complaint.
She was planning to move to Mumbai in the fall, and her family was moving to the US.
Madine, who has autism, was told by her landlord to move in.
She has no income, no assets, no place to live, and no way to pay rent, she said.
Madling moved to India after her parents divorced and moved to a shelter for people with mental illness in Chennai.
Her family has lived in India for 20 years.
She had tried to move back to the States but said the US would not allow her to.
Madlinne said she has tried to contact her family, but none of them has been able to reach her.
She also has no legal guardian.
A former US resident living in New York City, Madeline says she has lived at a shelter in India since she was a child.
The shelter has a “no-residence” policy, meaning Madeline cannot leave.
Madlanne moved to the United States after her mother, a retired teacher, died of cancer.
She says she can’t speak English and has no money.
She is in an assisted living facility and her landlord has refused to evict her.
Madlonne said her family has received a letter from a landlord in New Jersey, telling them she can not leave until she pays $100.
She hasn’t heard back from them.
Madelane said she moved out after getting an eviction notice from her landlord in the United Kingdom in January.
She claims she received a similar letter from her husband in England.
Madelinne said Madlanes family has asked for legal assistance but no lawyer is available to represent them.