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Guy Is Suing His Parents for Not Loving Him Enough, Wants $200,000




Bernard Bey , a house of people from Brooklyn , New York , is suing her parents for not loving him and supporting him enough . He really is asking for $ 200,000 in compensation . This is not a quiz ... 32 - year -old Bernard Bey is an aspiring rapper from Brooklyn . He was also homeless, and blames his parents for his current situation . In a recent interview , he said he ran away from home wen she was only 12 years old , abused him because his family both physically and verbally , and he 's been in and out of the shelter system for last twelve years . He also spent time behind bars.And because he believes his parents are responsible for everything he was through, he just filed a lawsuit against them in Brooklyn Court , which he accuses they made ​​him feel " unloved and beaten by the world " .

In case self - written , Bey is asking for $ 200,000 in damages and demands of her family mortgage their brownstone neighborhood Bedford - Stuyvesant , to help him open two franchise " as Domino 's Pizza " .

" I feel like my parents loved me , they are not supportive , they are emotionally abusive, verbally abusive, " the 32 - year -old said . " . Bonds do not have a family to have a family " when he claimed that he went to the house of his family , he did not wait for up to 45 minutes before letting him in. About his claim , saying no dwelling people : " Why not start a family business and start securing wealth for ourselves? Anyone logical is not going to sit on an asset and let it deteriorate and poor when they live on . Why you do that ? Why live off the state and get public assistance and food stamps ? Why do you allow your kids to live like that ? " he claims that the extra $ 200,000 he would go on asking helping out with the whole family .





Bernard's mother, told reporters things not as his son described. They are not in any position to give him that kind of money, seeing as they are currently living in public housing on their own, and the Brooklyn building he asks them to mortgage only partially owned by the this. Bernard also said he has not worked a day in his life and to go out and get a job.

"I'm hoping that I can come to some sort of resolution with my parents and do not have to go through it all, that we can only work together," says Bey. "Neither interdependent sure, I'll leave the suit Let, and." Said other family members Bernard he has psychological issues ...


Source: MStarz
 
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