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I'll keep this brief. I was sued back in October 2012 by an ex landlord for rent and cleaning in the amount of $3125. It was a bad situation involving a crazy ex and me fleeing for my life. Anyway, I missed the court date and he got the default judgement, and soon the wage garnishment kicked in. It got the the point that I couldn't afford my living, so I filed Chapter 7 Bankruptcy pro se, and just received my discharge, which included his suit. Now I just got served by him claiming I owe nearly $5,000 to him for "damages and storage of rental items". Is this in violation of the bankruptcy?Thank you Diane. I will do so. Does it make any difference that he is calling these two different things? The first time, he called it "Rent and Cleaning" with a $3,125 pricetag, and now he's calling it "Damages and Storage" with a $4,950 pricetag. I imagined that since it was a "No Asset" case, and he was included in the discharge initially, it wouldn't matter...but I know there can always be a gray area. Thanks again.