Pinellas judge in foreclosure case sues homeowner for 'false, fictitious, and fraudulent' filings

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Pinellas judge in foreclosure case sues homeowner for ‘false, fictitious, and fraudulent’ filings

Pinellas judge in foreclosure case sues homeowner for ‘false, fictitious, and fraudulent’ filings

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A Pinellas circuit judge presiding over a foreclosure action is suing the homeowner in that case, claiming she filed “false, fictitious, and fraudulent” documents against the judge in his own court.

The lawsuit stems from the 2013 foreclosure of a Clearwater home at 3155 Hyde Park Drive in the Countryside area near McMullen-Booth Road. Homeowners Leslie and Martin Armstrong stopped making mortgage payments in October 2011, according to court records.

Circuit Judge Thomas Minkoff ruled in favor of Wells Fargo Bank on Sept. 4.

[TAMPA BAY]

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