Q: I've been trespassed 12X & had 25 - 911 Calls on me w/ Zero Arrests. Do I have a case? I'm in Florida.
I have done nothing wrong. I have Bipolar 1/OCD/Anxiety & some other health issues.
I have no criminal past & no violent history. I've never threatened anyone or been inappropriate with anyone at any of these businesses. Just about all of the phone calls are businesses. One location told me I was trespassed and not allowed any any of the nationwide locations. Another large business made false harassment allegations against me and also told me I'm not allowed back at their establishment.
What can I do. Is there any way to prove discrimination? I know in Florida the trespassing laws allow business owners to trespass anyone they would like. But when is any of this considered - Discrimination?
Do I have anything at all here? These businesses are everything from Grocery stores, apartments, hotels, restaurants etc. 3 of the situations are mental health related. A mental heath center called 911. A Psychiatrist threatened 911 on me & a mental health center banned me from their facilities
A: I'm not exactly sure what you are asking here. It seems that you are asking whether you have a case for discrimination due to your Bipolar/OCD/Anxiety disorders against these establishments who've called 911 and that have alleged that you've trespassed. I'm not sure what the discrimination would be here as it's not clear from your question. Do they know that you have these disorders and, because you do, they don't want you on their premises, or are you doing something that warrants them no wanting you on their premises? A lot more information is needed here, but I'd highly recommend that you reach out to an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and who regularly handles non-employment-related discrimination cases.
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