I have taken care of him during his illness surgery's, which includes changing his dressings , changing his dirty underwear, washing them, giving him his meds, and yet he took my door off to my room, I have no clue why
I am sorry, nothing in your post sheds any light on the situation. How would a roommate have authority to remove door? I don't know why you caring for him is relevant. Talk to your landlord.
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This is likely not legal. If this was done with then intent to evict you are entitled to statutory damages and actual damages.
A guy you are caring for removes your door? Does he need your care if he can do things like that?
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