95-yea old Ilya Levin has been treated for pneumonia at a rehab facility for the last three weeks. When his family went to check on his apartment, at Patricia White Apartments in Boston, they found it empty. All the furniture, his photos of his parents who died in the Holocaust, everything was gone. Even the safe that Levin had bolted to the floor was gone.
The decorated WWII veteran had been evicted by Corcoran Management Company, even though the rent had been paid two months in advance.
Corcoran Management Company has so far refused to answer any questions, according to WCVB TV5 in Boston. Read the complete story at WCVB’s website.