The woman who said the FBI mistakenly raided her home during a hostage situation said the agency has not offered to pay for the damages.
"I spent my last $50 on a hotel room," said Shanquesia Jones, the renter.
FBI agents later rescued a hostage who they said kidnappers held in a unit next to Jones'.
"The only thing they (FBI) asked me for is my phone number and my name and (said) they will give me a call back, but it's been two days now," said Jones.
CBS46 News reached out to the FBI, but agents declined to comment on the issue.
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