Trailer Belonging To Governor's Daughter To Be Removed From State Grounds
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said the travel-trailer her daughter Christina is living in on the Mansion grounds will be moved by Sunday.
Tuesday, the governor's office said the 28 year old has been living in the trailer since April, connected to utilities; her step-brother is living in the garage apartment.
According to Oklahoma City laws, no one can live in a travel trailer, connected to electricity, for more than 14 days, but there’s an exemption for state property.
The mansion, however, is also part of the Capitol Medical Zone, and that body forbids living in a travel trailer, so the governor said daughter is welcome to stay inside the mansion while she looks for a more permanent arrangement.