Bank Of America Accused Of Breaking Into Woman’s Home, Taking Husband’s Ashes

Bank of America has seen easier days. The bank been reportedly identified as a target by WikiLeaks — it reportedly maintains a war room to defend against the leak — it’s the subject of a federal racketeering lawsuit, one of many high profile lawsuits involving its foreclosure practices.

Now, the bank has been accused of breaking into a woman’s home and taking her possessions, including her late husband’s ashes.

The New York Times details the claims of struggling homeowners like Mimi Ash, who is one of a growing set of a Americans who believe they have been mistakenly foreclosed upon. In a lawsuit filed in October, the NYT reports, Ms. Ash claims she was behind on payments on her Truckee, California home and was in the process of working out a mortgage modification with Bank of America when the bank seized her home and possessions.

Ms. Ash says she endured years of delay from the Countrywide (now owned by Bank of America) representatives she worked with to modify her mortgage. But her efforts couldn’t stop foreclosure process.

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