Anonymous neighbors complained about how noisy the children were. The family moved there because there was a park and nice schools in the community. Some neighbors and HOA were warned that their children were not allowed to play in the common areas of the property. The HOA warned that their children were interfering with the quiet atmosphere of the community and if they continued, they would receive fines. The family hosted a watch party for their children and their friends watching the Women’s World Cup, when their desired team scored. The children ran outside celebrating and came back in two minutes, frightful due to their neighbor yelling obscenities at them. The next day, the family received a letter from the HOA reiterating that their children are not allowed to be loud in common areas. The family tried to take it to the Board but was ignored. The family moved out and issued a lawsuit.
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