Information about Riverstone Residential, the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency, and the owners of Jefferson Lakes Apartments in Baton Rouge, Louisiana allowing tenants to be exposed to extreme amounts of toxins from molds by intentionally concealing evidence

There are documented facts about a public health issue that continues to be blatantly ignored concerning Jefferson Lakes Apartments in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which are managed by Riverstone Residential.

Documented mold inspection reports in 2007 confirming mold in many of the apartments were apparently not considered very important by the sellers, purchasers, Riverstone Residential, the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency, and the State of Louisiana when all were involved in a transaction concerning this complex.

My daughter, her one-year-old baby, and I were allowed to lease an apartment which was known to have a very serious mold infestation, but they had covered up the problem with paint and cleaning the ducts.  Many apartments in the complex are filled with extreme amounts of molds. 

The owners, Riverstone Residential, the LHFA, and The State of Louisiana, all know of this severe mold infestation.  There are several documents including our report in 2005, the report for the sale in 2007, visual mold growth, odors from the volatile organic compounds being emitted and many other complaints.  Even with all of this proof, Riverstone is still allowing people to move into these highly toxic apartments, and it seems they have no plans to change that.

Our rights, which include not being intentionally exposed to toxins by an unethical and unconscionable company, have been violated again by obvious manipulation and corruption within the justice system.

All of the parties listed above have shown a conscious disregard for our family’s health, the health of other tenants, and state and federal laws.  How dare they be allowed to do this to us and others and then have the courts look the other way.

By leasing an apartment they knew had extreme amounts of toxins from molds and intentionally concealing evidence of this, the owners and the management company of this complex made a choice to expose us to toxins and put our lives at risk.  They now need to be held accountable for that choice.  The fact that they and others can get out of being held accountable through obvious manipulation and corruption in our case and throughout the legal system does not mean they should not be held accountable.  It means they are guilty of  obvious manipulation and corruption in our case.

This should never have happened to us or to others and should not be allowed to continue.  I will not just walk away from the harm this has caused us.

You might think this is an isolated incidence.  It’s not.  This same scenario is playing out throughout the country.  Many families have been put at risk through slumlords, inhabitable apartments, improper remediation, shoddy construction, bad faith behavior by insurance companies, and corruption and coverup within the legal system.  You can read some of these other stories at the following link:

Truth about Mold – Mold Stories

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One Response to Information about Riverstone Residential, the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency, and the owners of Jefferson Lakes Apartments in Baton Rouge, Louisiana allowing tenants to be exposed to extreme amounts of toxins from molds by intentionally concealing evidence

  1. Michelle says:

    I’m a current resident at Campbell park in oregon run by Riverstone and we are having mold problems as well. We moved in and noticed the mold in the bathroom right away so we called the ofice to come take care of it. Over a week later he came in and barely looked at it and said it wasn’t mold and left. I called the office back and told them it is indeed mold and they need to fix it. A week later he came back with an attitude and looked at it again and said “oh yeah that IS mold” and put caulk all over it which doesn’t make any sense for multiple reasons. Yesterday we had a professional take a look and he also discovered the entire bathroom wall covered and the floor is rotting to the point where it’s sinking in quite a few inches. New vinal flooring was put down a month ago before we moved in…which means they saw that and put the vinal down right on top of it anyway. These people have another suit ahead of them.

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