Sunny View is a nursing home in Sunnyvale, California.
It was built in the 1920s as a boarding house for the elderly, and it has been home to many celebrities including Angelina Jolie, Ashton Kutcher, and Brad Pitt.
However, the nursing home’s history is much less well-known.
In 2014, Sunny View was purchased by a company called LIFAC, and they bought out all of the previous owners of the property.
The company then took over the nursing homes, and since then, they’ve been in a battle with the county.
LIFA recently announced they would be closing the facility.
The nursing home is located in the historic Sunnyvale district.
The facility has been undergoing renovations for the last couple of years, and recently, the staff at the nursing house was given the option to leave.
The staff at Sunny View have said they’re unhappy about this, and the facility is also under fire from residents.
One of the reasons why residents are unhappy with the facility’s closure is because they have heard rumors that LIFAFs employees are having a sexual relationship with staff.
This has sparked an ongoing debate, with residents saying that employees at the facility are being paid to have sex with their own children.
One resident said that the staff members are paid to keep the staff on the premises, but that they are not paying for it, but are using the facility as a “sex farm.”
The nursing homes website has more than 4,000 photos of employees, with some employees having a variety of sexual behaviors.
The Sunnyview Nursing Home was originally built in 1923.
Its name was changed in the 1960s to Sunny View, after the nursing facility was sold to LIFALA, which became the new owner.
LAFA’s website states that the nursing program offers residents the opportunity to develop an identity through activities such as art, crafts, music, community events, community involvement, and educational programming.
The site also states that this program offers many benefits to the residents, such as employment, college and career planning, job training, and career readiness.
According to the website, LIFADs mission is to ensure that all residents, regardless of age, are supported and nurtured in their individual lives.
However for many residents, the facility isn’t an option, as the staff are being used for sex.
A few residents have been leaving the facility, and one woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said that she left because of the sex scandals and bullying that the facility has suffered in the past.
LifA said that it is committed to ensuring that all of its employees are treated with dignity and respect, and is committed for the long term safety and well-being of all of our employees and guests.
The management of the Sunny View facility did not respond to a request for comment.
What’s more, some residents have voiced their displeasure on social media, and other residents have come forward to share their own stories.
For example, a Sunny View resident who lives in the area told Fox News that she is an employee of the nursing residence.
She told Fox that she has been sexually harassed by staff members there.
“I’m an employee.
I’m a nurse,” she said.
“It’s a matter of pride.
It’s not a matter that affects me.
It doesn’t affect anyone else.
I just don’t want this to happen.
And it’s going to affect my daughter.
I don’t know if I want to be her mother anymore.”
She also told Fox she is upset because of a recent rumor that LAFAs employees were having an affair with employees at her home.
The nurse said that LILA employees have “sexual contact” with staff members, including nursing home residents, at their homes.
Some residents have also shared their own complaints about the facility on social networking sites.
According, to the Fox News report, the complaints about sexual harassment were first made by a resident, and then the residents’ complaints were forwarded to LILAFA.
The Fox News reporter says that some residents were not satisfied with LIFAA’s response.
LILAA told Fox the allegations against the nursing staff are false and that LASD has no knowledge of any inappropriate activities at the Sunnyview facility.
According the LILAH website, the LIFAH program is designed to help families and individuals achieve financial independence, improve social skills, and achieve personal independence.
LILA has been under fire for several years for its treatment of its staff, particularly its relationship with employees.
In 2017, the state attorney general’s office launched a criminal investigation into LIFAMS for allegedly mishandling allegations against its employees.
The state attorney generals investigation found that LifAMS employees were subjected to sexual harassment, retaliation, and abuse.
According a 2016 report from the Los Angeles Times, LAFAS employees are forced to work overtime and are often required to take a lie detector test before they are hired.
The LIFAN website states LIFAS is committed not only