FaulksA gay, disabled African American man who has been fighting his foreclosure ran out of time Thursday morning when San Francisco Sheriff’s deputies evicted him.

Larry Faulk, 59, is now living in his minivan, he told the Bay AreaReporter December 13.

“All I did was apply for a loan modification,” Faulks said. “And now I’m living in my car. Thank you, Wells Fargo.”

As previously reported, Faulks had been in the process of negotiating a loan modification with mortgage holder Wells Fargo. According to Faulks, the bank sold his home without his knowledge to DMG Asset Management, a firm with a history of buying foreclosed homes in the Bay Area. DMG has since sold the home to a new owner who hopes to move in shortly.  Read More.