A Prescott, Arizona, couple who live in a senior housing association have been told that their 15-year-old orphaned grandson can no longer live with him, and either the teen has to move out or they do. Collin Claubagh has been living with Melodie Passmore and her husband since December of 2018, shortly before his parents died. The boy's died in February 2019 after a long illness, and his distraught father, who was Passmore's son, killed himself two weeks later. Passmore says the Gardens at Willow Creek housing association told her they'd gotten complaints about Collin living with them. The minium age to live there is 19, and most residents are at least 55 years old. Passmore says her grandson is well-behaved, helps the neighbors and is rarely outside unless he's going to or coming from school, but the association has rejected her pleas to let him stay under "special circumstances," and told her Collin has to be out by June 30th. An attorney for the housing association told the Arizona Republic the board could be sued if the teen is allowed to stay.