A Forth Worth, Texas woman says she is facing eviction from her federally subsidized home due to using a firearm to defend her family against an intruder. The woman, Aleah Wallace, says she saw the outline of a person attempting to open her 8-year-old daughter’s bedroom window. She says this was the second time in 24 hours that she was the target of an attempted home invasion. Wallace used her firearm to shoot the suspect who wound up being a 14-year-old male. The teenager died of his injuries. Wallace says she is sorry that the person wound up being 14, but she did what she did what was necessary to defend her four daughters. Her children range in age from 2 to 9. Legal experts say it is illegal for landlords in Texas to enforce an anti-firearm rule on tenants. Wallace faces no charges for the shooting.
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