Your facts don't correspond to your question. You ask about wrongful imprisonment, but your facts discuss forcing you to leave. In any event, your damages do not seem to be sufficient to hire a lawyer, and suing yourself will be virtually impossible.
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You can seek damages for physical abuse, but its often hard to prove that it occurred.
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You can consult an attorney who can evaluate your case in more detail. As my colleague notes, hard to sue for both keeping you and throwing you out. You may want to concentrate on your recovery, not on rehashing what you think your care might be.
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