Order Reprint of this Story November 16, The Department of Housing and Urban Development filed the charge this week against Thong Cao, who owns multiple rental properties around Wichita and managed at least one other. Two women are named as victims in the charging document, though their identities were redacted in the document made public. One lived at a property in the block of West York Court from late to the summer of Our journalism takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work to produce.
If you read and enjoy our journalism, please consider subscribing today. He would also make comments that her boyfriend, who lived with her, did not love her but that Cao did. The following April, she was asleep in a T-shirt and underwear when she woke up to find Cao sitting on her bed with his hand up under her blanket and rubbing her feet, the court filing said. She screamed at him to get out and then got dressed. When she went downstairs, he was in her living room and he insisted she go with him to look at a unit needing repair.
She left the truck at a stop light, extremely upset, and walked home. She began staying in Kingman but kept her belongings at the property on York. She was served with an eviction notice that June. The second woman moved into a fourplex at E.
Tulsa in early Can you give me some coochy, coochy, coochy? He came to the unit to inspect the toilet. She struck his hand and told him to leave. After what happened in May, the court document said, Cao was not returning to the unit to repair the toilet. The woman contacted the city, which inspected the unit and sent a letter to Cao outlining necessary repairs.
Cao agreed to let her pay the rest on July Two days later, the woman filed a report with police, saying Cao was asking her for sex in exchange for rent. Cao came to the unit on July 16, asking for the rest of the rent. She screamed at him and rejected him. He went to his truck and wrote a notice giving her three days to vacate the unit. The woman received a notice of an eviction hearing scheduled for the last day of July.
The day after that notice arrived, she spoke about the sexual harassment from Cao to police officers on the property for a different reason, according to the court filing. One of the officers told her a former tenant had presented a similar complaint about him. Le and Tong Nguyen, who own the Tulsa property, were also charged with sex discrimination. The case will be heard by a U.