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Assisted-Living Facility Sued After Employees Encouraged a Fight Between Residents

Danby House — the assisted-living facility where three employees were accused of inciting two female residents to fight each other last year — is facing a lawsuit filed by one of those residents. 

Attorneys for Betty Elaine Moore, a 75-year-old resident at Danby House, filed the lawsuit Wednesday in Forsyth Superior Court against Danby House LLC; ALG Senior LLC, which operates Danby House; and the three women who face charges in the incident that occurred on June 19, 2019. On Monday, Oct. 12, the women — Marilyn Latish McKey, 33; Tonacia Yvonne Tyson, 21; and Tanesha Deshawn Jordan, 27 — were all indicted on misdemeanor charges of assaulting an individual with a disability. ALG Senior LLC was formerly Affinity Living Group LLC. The company changed its name in June.

Read the source article at journalnow.com

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