BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A lawsuit filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court alleges “false imprisonment” and “invasion of privacy” after the Palmetto Place Condominium Association allegedly deactivated the key fobs of two homeowners who publicly acknowledged they were COVID-19 positive. The condo association — allegedly without authority to do so — used the key fob deactivation as a way to force the husband and wife to stay in their condo for two weeks, then told the couple that the HOA would call the police to “request that you be removed from the building and or arrested” if they attempted to exit the high-end building.
The HOA is also accused of attempting to enter the couple’s unit to ensure the husband and wife remained inside.
Steven and Nancy Icowitz are suing Palmetto Place at Mizner Park for false imprisonment, invasion of privacy, negligence, violation of Florida law, and more. You can read the entire lawsuit, below. Units in the building near Mizner Park range from $300,000 to nearly $1,000,000…
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