COREY L. ROBERSON, Plaintiff,
GINNIE MAE REMIC TRUST 2010 H01, et al., Defendants.
Paul W. Grimm United States District Judge
On September 25, 2013, Plaintiff was granted twenty-one days to supplement his complaint. See Mem. Op., ECF No. 10; Order, ECF No. 11. Plaintiff was forewarned that if no supplement was filed within that time, the case would be dismissed with prejudice. Id. I directed the Clerk to send that Memorandum Opinion and Order by certified mail (#70120470000162003207), but the mailing was returned to the Clerk’s Office as “unclaimed.” See ECF No. 13. Self-represented litigants have a continuing obligation to ensure the Clerk has the most up-to-date mailing address. See Loc. R. 102(1)(b)(iii) (D. Md. 2011).
On October 25, 2013, Plaintiff was granted a final twenty-one days to supplement, in attempting to provide this self-represented litigant with every possible opportunity. See Order, ECF No. 14. Plaintiff was forewarned again that the failure to supplement his Complaint by November 18, 2013 would result in the dismissal of his complaint with prejudice. Id. No supplements were received and the Clerk, in accordance with the October 25, 2013 Order, terminated the case.
On November 20, 2013, Plaintiff did not file a supplement, but filed a Motion that appears to seek dismissal of a foreclosure decree unrelated to his case. See Pl.’s Mot., ECF No. 15. Because Plaintiff’s Complaint was dismissed with prejudice, the case has been terminated, and the instant Motion appears to seek relief completely unrelated to this case, the Motion shall be denied summarily.
Accordingly, it is, , by the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, hereby ORDERED that:
1. Plaintiff Corey L. Roberson’s Motion to Dismiss, ECF ...