The Arlington family involved in a controversial video of police arresting two teens is now being evicted over the arrests.
The boys’ mother, Latasha Nelson, said police who were investigating a vehicle burglary stopped her 14-year-old son at the Addison Park Apartments on July 3.
Nelson is heard in cellphone video asking where the officers were taking Trayvon as he was put into a patrol car. An officer says he won’t tell her because she’s being uncooperative.
Later in the video, something appears to happen off-camera just behind an officer. He turns around and pushes Nelson’s 16-year-old son, Broderick, to the ground before handcuffing him.
Nelson and her lawyer dispute the allegation that Broderick had touched the officer, as the officer claimed.
Now Nelson, a mother of five, is being evicted from her apartment.
According to the notice, which was obtained by KTVT-TV (Channel 11), the eviction is because of “criminal activity.”
“On July 3, 2017 you, your occupants, or your guests were allegedly involved in a car break in,” it says. “Two people were taken to jail.”
Nelson told KTVT she doesn’t know what to tell her children.