First Gen Z Congressman Denied DC Apartment Over 'Really Bad' Credit
The first congressman-elect from Generation Z said on Thursday that he was denied an apartment in Washington, D.C., over his "really bad" credit.
Maxwell Alejandro Frost, who is set to take the seat of Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., tweeted that he told his potential landlord that his credit was poor as he applied. He was then told it would be "fine" but was ultimately denied.
He said his credit is poor because he "ran up a lot of debt running for Congress for a year and a half."