You told management about the mold in the bathroom; they inspected and started to work on the problem. They are now offering to put you up in a hotel. And you want to sue?
Technically, the landlord has breached the covenant of quiet enjoyment and the warranty of habitability. You could stay where you are and sue to get a rent rebate for the time you were sleeping on the floor. You would probably save the landlord money over staying in a hotel. But don't expect much sympathy.
You should stay in the motel. here's why: you reported conditions. they immediately investigated and immediately advised you that the unit was not habitable and offered to house you in a motel. so far so good. if it turns out that you have some basis for a complaint in the future - I don't see one yet ---- it will hurt your case if you opted to stay put instead. in any case you have suffered some inconvenience and you could ask for a free month in compensation.
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