Tiesha Davis was in the third trimester of her pregnancy and had recently moved into the Sorrento apartment community in Miramar when she got distressing news.

A notice said her lease wouldn’t be renewed, and an assistant property manager told her over the phone that she should have told management she was pregnant when she applied to rent there — and should have provided an ultrasound and a doctor’s note, according to court filings.

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