ROCHESTER, NY - The Rochester woman who made national headlines after being evicted from her Ravenwood Avenue home moved back in.
Catherine Lennon doesn't own the home because she was evicted in March after not paying the mortgage payments.
On Monday, she announced she was back home. With the help of Take Back the Land Rochester she plans to stay. She told reporters Steven J. Baum, the law firm in charge of her foreclosure, made a mistake and she shouldn't pay for it.
The New York State Attorney's office won't say it's conducting an investigation, but a source with knowledge of the situation said subpoenas were issued to the law firm.
Lennon said it was easy to get back into her home and she's prepared to fight for her right to stay.
"I say I fear nothing and no one but God and just say you know bring it," Lennon said.
Both Take Back the Land Rochester and the national movement plan to have 24/7 watches to make sure she's not evicted again.
"We're going to be here until she gets back her home permanently with a final settlement," Ryan Acuff with Take Back the Land Rochester said."As long as Cathy wants to be here we're going to be here with her."
They have chains and said they'll use civil disobedience to make sure Lennon doesn't loose her home again.
Lennon said she'll continue to negotiate with Fannie Mae, but she wouldn't say what type of offer she would accept.