From the Daily News:
Lisa Sheen said board members at her Flushing apartment building have made her life miserable since she purchased a sixth-floor unit for herself, her husband and two young daughters in December 2004.
She claimed board members tried to reject her indirectly at first.
They waited months after she applied for an apartment to schedule her interview and then stonewalled her mortgage company until she lost its financing offer, according to legal papers.
When Sheen raised the money with the help of her employer, a real estate company, board members took a more active approach - telling her boss "to convince me to leave the building and move to the Chinese part of town," she claims.
Boss Steve Silverberg wrote in a sworn affidavit that board members approached him during a visit to Sheen in February. They asked if he was Jewish, which he said he was. They told him "as a Jew, I should understand [that Sheen] should live with her people ... in the Chinese area," he said in legal papers.