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McEldery alleges Nationstar intentionally collected mortgage payments under false pretenses and later filed a wrongful foreclosure lawsuit against his family, including his deceased mother-in-law, Louise Moore.
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Nationstar's foreclosure lawsuit garnered immediate criticism from the media and members of Portland's Irvington District community.
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At the contempt hearing, Nationstar announced that it would honor its original promise to modify McEldery’s mortgage.
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On August 28, 2013, Nationstar finally dismissed the state court foreclosure lawsuit it previously filed against the McEldery Family.
McEldery's federal court complaint seeks an injunction against Nationstar and requests that it pay unspecified compensation, punitive damages, and expenses.
The Texas-based mortgage company has yet to file a response.