Woman Left Son Stuffed in Suitcase Seeks over $31 Million in Damages from the Court in Blatant Lawsuit

A woman is seeking millions of dollars in a lawsuit, alleging that her case has been mishandled by the court’s clerk. The lawsuit comes after the woman was accused of killing her five-year-old son and leaving his body in a suitcase in rural Washington County.

Dejaune Anderson, the mother of Cairo Jordan, has filed a lawsuit against the Washington County Court Clerk’s office, claiming that her handwritten motions to the courts were mishandled.

In recent legal filings, Anderson has submitted a request for over $31 million in claimed damages and losses that she believes she has suffered since her arrest in March.

Anderson presented a detailed breakdown of expenses, damages, and losses, which included a staggering amount of over $30 million solely for journals passed down from her great-grandmother and other relatives as per WHAS11.com

Additionally, there is an outstanding balance of approximately $60,000 for rent and utilities owed for a California apartment.

Anderson is also requesting over $900,000 for future medical treatment related to injuries she alleges occurred during her time in jail.

According to her previous statements, she alleges that she was subjected to an alleged chemical attack similar to “Agent Orange,” a substance used by the U.S. military in the Vietnam War. She also mentioned experiencing various health issues such as tooth loss, muscle deterioration, and chemical burns in her throat while being held at the Washington County Jail.

Anderson continues to be held in custody without the possibility of bail. Mark your calendars for June 20, as that’s when her next court appearance is scheduled.

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