(Vancouver, WA) -- Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a lawsuit against a Vancouver charity for allegedly misusing one-point-two-million dollars. The Noble Foundation serves BIPOC communities. The lawsuit names executive director Ophelia Noble, her family and friends who are part of the charity. They're accused of using the money personally, buying vehicles, and purchasing the house owned by Noble's father and then reselling it to Noble at a deep discount. The charity is not accused of misusing state funds, because they require tighter accounting rules. The money in question came from grants that don't need the same kind of accounting standards.