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Harding’s landlord sues to evict skater, roommate

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VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — Tonya Harding's landlord has filed a lawsuit to evict the former Olympic figure skater and her roommate from a three-bedroom riverfront home.

Landlord Dale E. Anderson says Harding and her former manager, Linda Lewis, owe him $4,530 in rent, according to court documents filed Monday in Clark County Superior Court.

Harding, 31, and Lewis have been renting the 1,300-square-foot three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch house overlooking the Columbia River since August 2000, court documents say.

On Jan. 9, they were served a three-day notice either to pay their $1,195 monthly rent for November, December and January, plus late fees, or leave, the documents say.

Anderson said they had neither paid nor left the property as of Monday.