Las Vegas Landlord Accused Of Forcing Mom Of 5 To Have Sex In Exchange For Housing
A Las Vegas landlord is standing trial for allegedly forcing a mother of five to sign a contract agreeing to sex with him in order to rent a four-bedroom home.
Allan Rothstein, 81, is accused in court documents of making a woman sign a document entitled 'Direct Consent for Sexual Intercourse and/or Fallatio or Cunnilingus' in order to move forward with her lease.
The complaint, obtained by DailyMail.com, also claims Rothstein charged the woman in excess of what was agreed upon in her Section 8 voucher and tried to evict her, claiming she owed more than $4,000 in back rent — even though he was said to be receiving money from the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority.
And, the lawsuit says, Rothstein knew the home was in default and was subject to foreclosure, but never told the woman as he continued to charge her for rent.
Rothstein's real estate broker and property management licenses have since been revoked, KTNV reports, and he is now facing a federal trial for violating the Fair Housing Act as sources say there are other victims he's preyed upon.
If the mother-of-five wins the suit, she is entitled to punitive damages and injunctive relief of an undisclosed amount.