Report: Landlord Relief Champion Susan Wild Collected $110,000 from Defunct Corporation

Report: Landlord Relief Champion Susan Wild Collected $110,000 from Defunct Corporation


Vulnerable Democrat Rep. Susan Wild (PA), who wanted to cancel rent payments in 2020 at the height of the Chinese coronavirus, has reportedly collected up to $110,000 in rental income from a corporation that had previously lost its LLC status.

The company from which Wild collected the tens of thousands of dollars in income was Casa Stimus, which the Washington Free Beacon reported lost its LLC status in 2016, after reviewing the Washington, DC, business records.

The defunct corporation lost the status from not filing the “periodic reports” the local law requires, only one year after Wild and Wild’s sister established it. The report noted that Wild collecting income from an unlicensed corporation could be breaking local law.

The report noted under D.C. law what the penalty for :

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Under D.C. law, a revoked entity “shall be void and all powers conferred upon such entity are declared inoperative,” meaning “entities in revoked status may not operate in the District

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