Lexington, KY – On the same day a law that bears her daughter's name went into effect in Kentucky, Diana Ross filed a lawsuit against the gated community that she said did little to protect Amanda Ross from her alleged killer Steve Nunn. , even after the victim informed the Opera House Square town homes she had an active emergency protective order against him. The Lexington Herald Leader reports that the suit was filed yesterday in Fayette District Court. It names Opera House Square I LTD., as well as several townhouse and homeowner's associations, as defendants and seeks an undetermined amount of cash and a jury trial. Diana Ross says in February 2009, her daughter expressly requested her former live-in fianc e Steve Nunn, be denied access to her town home complex. That would entail changing the entry code and confiscating his key. The suit claims those measures never took place. On September 11th last year, Nunn is alleged to have gunned down Amanda Ross, just outside her town home. He has pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and violating a domestic violence order of protection. The prosecution is seeking the death penalty.