More Victims of Kyle Rittenhouse: Mom and Sister Unable to Maintain Jobs, Facing Eviction

Kyle Rittenhouse’s sister Faith is seeking $3,000 on a GoFundMe website in a bid to prevent the eviction of herself and her mother Wendy from their home, citing her “brother’s unwillingness to provide or contribute to our family.”

Faith claimed she and her mother had struggled to maintain employment following the Kenosha shooting.  

"We've had difficulty obtaining and maintaining employment due to the fact many people still believe my mother drove Kyle or was somehow involved in his decision to go to Kenosha. We've struggled emotionally, mentally, and financially to piece our lives back together."

The fundraiser posted on May 30 shows Kyle’s sister being treated at a medical facility.

She explained she had been unable to work for four months as a result of “frequent hospitalizations due to medical issues,” adding: “We’ve fallen behind on rent, and now we’re facing eviction with only 8 days left in our apartment. The thought of losing our home, our sanctuary in the midst of chaos, is overwhelming and terrifying.”

Faith went on to say she and her mother had been "left to navigate this journey on our own" due to "my brother's unwillingness to provide support or contribute to our family."