Latest Modica suit alleges she was hypnotized by Obama, housing officials
Claiming she had to flee her government sanctioned home because of psychological and sexual abuse, Amy Modica, who has filed around a dozen suits in the past three years, filed two fresh lawsuits Monday against President Barack Obama.
This is the second time in two months Modica has sued a government official.
In June, Modica sued Jefferson County Judge Ronald Walker claiming he and his secretary caused her personal injury when they would not allow her to fill out commitment papers on her mother.
In her most recent lawsuits, filed July 30 in Jefferson County District Court, Modica alleges Obama, along with the Housing Authority of Beaumont and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, psychologically abused her to the point that she had to flee her apartment home.
Modica claims officials hypnotized her against her will and then performed "inappropriate actions" on her, court papers say.
The suit does not give specific dates but does state that she was living at the Loree Grand Apartments and the Seville Apartments when the alleged abuse occurred. Both complexes have also been named as defendants.
"All of the wantonly acts and or incompetence has pushed me to the limit and a lawsuit is definitely due deserving," the suit states.
Modica is seeking punitive damages to punish the defendants.
She is representing herself.
Modica's previous lawsuits have been dismissed.
Both suits have been assigned to Judge Gary Sanderson, 60th District Court.
Case Nos. B187-434 and B187-435