A widow has sued Bank of America for throwing out the ashes of her late husband along with her other belongings when it cleaned out her California mountain chalet in what she says was a wrongful foreclosure.
Mimi Ash says she was behind on her loan but the bank had assured her it wouldn’t foreclose while she sought a loan modification, the New York Times reports. The loan was held by Countrywide Financial, which was later sold to Bank of America.
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