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All our writers are located in the United States of America.A woman who was kicked out of a hotel after staying there for more than a week says she’s been living on the streets and relying on food scraps and donations with no money to eat.
Sarah Rheingold, 38, was booked into the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in Vancouver after calling herself “Mum” through her cellphone and saying her family was in San Diego.
She was found to be a fraud by the hotel when hotel staff saw her checking in at a different hotel with different information, saying she was from Seattle.
‘A lot of questions’
She had rented a room through Airbnb but never showed up for the three-day stay. When staff tried to contact her through the booking site, she told them “they could be lying,” said Rheingold, who is originally from San Diego and now lives in Vancouver.
The Vancouver Sun interviewed Rheingold after she was kicked out of the room over the weekend.
“I’m just really concerned about my little son,” she said during the interview. “I need food … my daughter doesn’t know … why am I on the streets?”
Rheingold said the experience has left her and her son, now 7, homeless. They had been homeless and bouncing from place to place until she was able to take care of her son last year.
“We were homeless for a while, we’ve always been homeless,” she said. “To turn around and be kicked out is just … a lot of questions.”
According to a statement provided by the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel, the guests who stayed in Rheingold’s room “made multiple attempts to contact Ms. Rheingold while in the hotel.”
“In fact, we are not able to verify all of the events described in your call to the hotel’s security department,” the statement said. “We are aware of these events and will assist authorities in their investigation, providing information as we are able.”
Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel CEO Tom Staggs said the hotel is not releasing further comment at this time as an on-going investigation is underway.
After being kicked out, Rheingold called the San Diego Police Department, San Diego Fire-Rescue, the hotel’s manager and police for help.
After a day in the city of San Diego, she decided to stay with her husband in the Vancouver area so she could seek help from her state and local authorities to go live on the street instead.
“It kind of hurts because people look at us as being poor,” she said, laughing. “I have a job but I’m pretty busy. I’d be looking for a job … I know what I need to get.”
Rheingold said she has been living in motel rooms, tent camps and on the streets.
“I used to just go from city to city trying to find what I