A $2 million settlement has been reached between a Pompano Beach resident and real estate companies whose alleged negligence led to her stabbing.

Patricia Norris filed suit in October 2017 against the Palm Aire Gardens Condominium Association and First Service Residential in connection to a knife attack that left her with scars across her body. She had been assaulted by Charles Gipson, a fellow resident of Palm Aire Gardens Apartments, in April 2017. Gipson stabbed Norris 12 times before dropping the weapon, leaving her enough time to flee and seek shelter in the property manager’s office.

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