|Updated: 6/05/2012 1:05 am
||Published: 6/04/2012 6:56 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- On a rainy Monday, the Good Shepherd Retirement Home evicts Peter Beasley.
"It's very frustrating," said Beasley.
It all started back in February, when there was an altercation in Beasley's apartment. After that, managers told him he had to go.
"I agreed to do that, just give me ample time and work with me. But I just got out of the hospital too," said Beasley.
Beasley says he has arthritis and that's why he requires a wheelchair, which is one reason why Beasley says he hasn't been able to find a new place to live.
However, the home chose to take action against him.
"I was in my room and packing more stuff in boxes because I have a lot of Nascars and stuff. The Sheriff's office knocked on my door and they just bulldozed me out of my apartment," said Beasley.
But the retirement home tells a different story, giving Fox 16 news copies of termination letters.
In a statement, the CEO says, "Beasley has had nearly 4 months to make other living arrangements or to contest Good Shepherd's complaint."
The company also says, "They had no other option other than to invoke legal process."
Beasley says he now plans to file a complaint.