Homeship order to cancel after ‘herf jones home’ order ends with ‘heriff jones’ home

After “herfjones” home order was canceled, she found another home. 

“I didn’t know where to go anymore,” she said. 

 “Theres no one that cares about the people I want to be my mom.

I just want to go to sleep and be with my family and be free of this nightmare,” she added. 

The home she was told she was going to move into was in a different city and had a different address. 

She says that while she was in shock, she was able to get out of the situation. 

Homeship orders are not uncommon in the US, but the new “heriffjones home” order, which was issued to her in September, caused a lot of people to question her ability to live with her family.

“I think this is just another attempt to control and control my life,” she told the news station. 

In response to the news, “herffjones homeshipper” posted a statement on her website. 

It read: “I am pleased to inform you that we have now found a new home.

I was told this would be a home that would allow me to provide for my family while also taking advantage of the many benefits offered by this new home.” 

“We were told that the house would be in a new city, however I am not sure how that is possible. 

I am also concerned that we will have to move to a different state,” the statement continued. 

As she was getting ready to move, she told CNN she was worried about her daughter and niece, who have special needs and who were also told they were going to be moving in. 

But now she has an opportunity to move in with her kids. 

(ABC News)”I’m not worried about my family,” she continued.

“I just want them to be happy, they need me, they dont want me. 

My family is the reason I have a house and I am happy and I have this wonderful life, and thats all that matters.” 

Her family had not received a notice from the “herfdjones Home Order,” but she says that when she tried to find out why they were not being allowed to move back into the house, the woman who had called to let them know was not answering. 

That was when she called 911.

“They told me that I had to go back to my home, I couldn’t come home,” she recalled.

Her daughter told ABC News that while it was scary, it was a positive experience moving into her new home in California.””

So I said ok, but I have to go, and that was the last time I saw them,” she explained. 

Her daughter told ABC News that while it was scary, it was a positive experience moving into her new home in California.

“We are going to have our own house and we are going into our own neighborhood,” she shared. 

On Thursday, the “Herfdjone Home Order” was removed from the homeshop where it had been issued. 

Meanwhile, her attorney, Michael C. Taffin, said that he would be filing a lawsuit in the hopes that “herlfjones will have an opportunity” to correct its error. 

However, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told ABC that the home order had been removed from their system and that a review was being done to see if it was still on file. 

ABC News reached out to the Sheriff’s department and will update this post if and when we hear back.