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United States v. Hubbard (N.D. Ohio)


Anthony Hubbard owned and managed residential rental properties in and around Toledo, Ohio.  DOJ received a report that Hubbard sexually harassed a female tenant.  DOJ’s investigation revealed that Hubbard had, on repeated occasions since at least 2007, sexually harassed multiple female tenants by, among other things: sending them unwanted sexual text messages, videos, and photos; offering to reduce or excuse their monthly rental payments, security deposits, and utility fees in exchange for sex acts; and entering the homes of female tenants without their consent and without prior notice.  DOJ filed a lawsuit against Hubbard, his mother, his brother, and two management companies – each of whom employed Hubbard as a rental manager.  The United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio entered a consent decree on July 23, 2021.  The decree requires the Defendants to pay $90,000 in monetary damages to three victims of Hubbard’s harassment, and $10,000 in civil penalties.

Press Release (07/22/21)

Press Release (12/23/19)

Case Open Date
Case Name
United States v. Hubbard (N.D. Ohio)
Civil Rights
  • Fair Housing Act
  • FHA
  • sex
  • sexual harassment
  • tenant
  • female pattern or practice
  • 3:19-cv-02953
Industry Code(s)
  • None
Updated September 28, 2022