Homeless Man Rents Out Beds In ‘Paradise’ Home Under L.A. Freeway

Bureau of Sanitation mouthpiece Elena Stern told The Times that a city has offering Waddell homeless services, including proxy housing, though he’s refused.

Waddell, however, told a paper that he indeed wants housing. He serve concurred a dangers of vital underneath an overpass and common that he was once attacked during gunpoint in his bed.

Los Angeles has a second-highest race of homeless people of U.S. cities, with about 43,800 people reported homeless, according to a news expelled by a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development this month.

The city’s Homeless Services Authority offers a series of resources to homeless people and families, including puncture services and transportation, preserve referrals and overdo services, according to the website.

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