Police were called to a dispute at the home of a feuding father and daughter in The Villages who made headlines last year.
Lady Lake police were called Sunday night to 1813 W. Schwartz Blvd., the home of 82-year-old Charles Newman, who made headlines last year in his ongoing conflict with his daughter, Susan Newman. Charles Newman was forced from his home last fall after an altercation with his daughter, who was living in her father’s home with her young son. Charles Newman was later ordered into anger management.
When police were called to the Historic Side home this week, Charles Newman asked that his 42-year-old daughter be administered a drug test because she was giving him “hell.” Susan Newman had reported to her father that a 2014 Bashan scooter he had purchased for her had crashed. He told police he had purchased the scooter for her so she could go out and look for work. Susan Newman told police her boyfriend had crashed the scooter in the parking lot of Lowe’s on U.S. Hwy. 27/441 in Lady Lake.
Charles Newman also told police he has full custody of his daughter’s nine-year-old son, who was at the center of last year’s dispute between father and daughter. He told police Sunday he was not allowing his daughter to establish residency at his home.