Maricopa HOA lawsuit dismissed in court

Vandalism was documented in the Maricopa Meadows subdivision. Courtesy of Erin Meehan/Casa Grande Dispatch


A Pinal County judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by a Maricopa resident against her homeowners association.

Erin Meehan, a resident of Maricopa Meadows, filed a civil complaint last year, claiming she was harassed by the HOA board president.

In her complaint, Meehan accused board President Eric Schmidt of being publicly hostile toward her on Facebook starting in July 2015. She claims Schmidt would berate her on an online group of local homeowners.

The plaintiff alleges her home was vandalized because of false statements made by defendants in the lawsuit. Photographs show a Nazi swastika was spray-painted on her garage door, along with the word “bitch.”


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