Miller v. Villas Uptown et al
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL by District Judge Kenneth J. Gonzales. (tah)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO
VILLAS UPTOWN, et al.,
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER OF DISMISSAL
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on pro se Plaintiff’s Addendum, Doc. 7, filed June
23, 2021 (“First Addendum”) and Plaintiff’s Addendum to Villas Uptown, Doc. 8, filed July 13,
2020 (“Second Addendum”).
Plaintiff alleged that she "went every single to window & pretty much at SS[A] and was
told 2% 100% you will not get more than you have" and "went to Wells Fargo and was told ... we
won't steal your money." Civil Rights Complaint Pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 at 2-3, Doc. 1,
filed June 16, 2021 ("Complaint"). Plaintiff also alleged "SS[A] taking my money and job titles
so I got nothing much," and "Wells Fargo stealing my SSI." Complaint at 7. Regarding Villas
Uptown, Plaintiff alleged that "I paid my rent every month," "A judge from Metro Court dismissed
the Villas from throwing out. But when I wrote that I have no air-conditioner he did not respond,"
"Villas Uptown money warrantud for being hurt their and no air condioniong refuse to give me
one," and "Villas Uptown because I got raped burgaled 3 time ran over by a car." [sic] Complaint
at 2-3, 6.
United States Magistrate Judge Kirtan Khalsa notified Plaintiff that the Complaint failed
to state a claim because: (i) it does not allege sufficient facts showing that Defendants "SSI," Wells
Fargo, or Villas Uptown violated Plaintiff's legal rights, or that she is entitled to any relief that this
Court could grant; (ii) "Judge Jason Jaramillo," "a judge from Metro court" and "District Court"
are immune from suit; and (iii) it does not allege sufficient facts to show that any police officer
violated Plaintiff's rights. See Order, Doc. 6, filed June 21, 2021. Judge Khalsa ordered Plaintiff
to file an amended complaint and notified Plaintiff that failure to timely file an amended complaint
may result in dismissal of this case.
Plaintiff did not file an amended complaint by the July 12, 2021, deadline. On June 23,
2021, Plaintiff filed a copy of a document from the Social Security Administration titled
"Redetermination Summary for Determining Continuing Eligibility for Supplemental Security
Income Payments." First Addendum. On July 13, 2021, Plaintiff filed her Second Addendum
which includes: (i) a two-page letter which is largely unintelligible and illegible in places; (ii) a
"Notice to Vacate for Non-Payment of Rent, Utilities or Other Sums;" (iii) the "Last Will and
Testament of John M. Marchiondo," dated September 9, 1976; and (iv) the "Last Will and
Testament of John M. Marchiondo," dated August 12, 1976, filed in Second Judicial District Court,
Bernalillo County, on May 26, 2015.
The Court dismisses this case without prejudice because Plaintiff did not file an amended
complaint by the July 12, 2021, deadline. Liberally construing Plaintiff's original Complaint and
her First and Second Addendums to be an amended complaint, the amended complaint fails to
state a claim for the same reasons the original Complaint failed to state a claim.
IT IS ORDERED that this case is DISMISSED without prejudice.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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