A woman removed her friend from her house because her friend’s boyfriend robbed them.
A Woman and Her Best Friend Rented a House Together.
“Me (F21) and my best friend, Alice (F21), have been close for more than 10 years, we went to the same schools and study abroad (Canada) together. I came to Canada before Alice and have been living in a house my parents paid for. When Alice arrived four months ago, I invited her to stay with me. She paid rent but we never had a contract.”
It All Started When Alice Started Dating Kevin.
Kevin was spending a LOT of time at the girls’ house.
“She is head over heels for him. She constantly invited him to my house without permission. He came and stayed for at least 6 days a week, sometimes overnight.”
She Didn’t Like Him.
“I did have problems with Kevin staying in my house, but when I brought it up with Alice, she brushed it off and said he helped her adapt to this new life. He is Alice’s only emotional support besides me. However, I discovered Kevin lurking around my house, especially near my bedroom and figurine room, many times when he was around.”
It’s Clear Some of Her Things Had Gone Missing.
“It happened a month ago when I got home from school. I didn’t notice anything since all the doors were locked (even the door to my figurine room). Until I discovered some of my figurines had disappeared. Neither Alice nor Kevin was at home, so I assumed I got stolen since Alice never comes into my figurine room.”
He Took Her on a Fancy Trip.
“I called Alice, she didn’t pick up but replied and said Kevin brought her to Ottawa for a surprise trip. I explained that my figurines were gone, she asked if the house was broken into and told me to go check around.”
Alice didn’t come back until two days after that, but she kept sending me pictures of her going out with Kevin in fancy places.
She Was Panicking.
The thought of a burglary really unsettled her.
“For those two days, I changed locks, set up hidden security cameras, alerted my parents, and was panicking and in an extremely distressed mood.”
It Happened Again.
“Nothing happened for two weeks, but Kevin decided to steal again. I saw him with two other guys I didn’t know lockpicking my figurine room door and coming out with my figurines through two cameras. I flipped out and called the police, basically got him arrested since stupid Kevin decided to hang around.”
Alice Refused to Believe It.
“I believe he called Alice since she was home right after I did, crying and begging me to let Kevin go so we could talk. I literally showed Alice the evidence, but she still begged and said IT WAS ALL A MISUNDERSTANDING.”
“It has been one week since Kevin was arrested, Alice kept going after me and demanded I let him go, and at one point, I just lost it. We were fighting right in the middle of the night and I kicked her out of my house.”
She Got Her Family Involved.
“Since then, I have been receiving a lot of phone calls from her family, from Kevin’s family and friends threatening me to have Alice back and drop the lawsuit I pressed on Kevin. They are calling me AH for abandoning Alice for some figurines.”
She Has No One.
“They say that I am not allowed to kick her out since she paid rent, or they will sue. Right now, when I am thinking back, Alice has no one besides me and Kevin, and she is literally sleeping on my patio every night without eating and showering.”
She Took to an Online Forum.
The woman posted on an online forum and asked if she was in the wrong here. The community answered.
The online forum users were surprised she even had to ask.
“NTA, there is no misunderstanding for picking a lock and theft.”
Seek Legal Advice.
Users suggested she speak to an attorney.
“OP should consult a lawyer to see how to evict Alice, especially if there are concerns about revenge violence (e.g. ‘I have been receiving a lot of phone calls from her family, from Kevin’s family and friends threatening me’).”
Alert the Authorities.
“Call the cops and have her removed from your patio for trespassing, just to avoid further issues. Then document everything from EVERYONE involved make sure you CYA, and also please file for harassment of Kevin’s & Alice’s family members.”
Know Your Rights.
“You’re so far from TA that you’re in a different galaxy. Check your local tenancy laws. It’s possible that the eviction rules don’t apply because you are her ‘landlord’ and she lives with you. If they don’t tell her, she needs to reach out to whomever for funds & needs to leave your property with her things immediately.”
HIS HOA DEMANDS THE REMOVAL OF SECURITY CAMERAS: THEIR OVERSIGHT TRIGGERS A LEGAL BACKLASH, ENTRAPPING THEM IN A RIDICULOUSLY EXPENSIVE LOOPHOLE!
A couple bought surveillance cameras to monitor their property, which inadvertently waged a costly war with their HOA.
She Demands Her Brother Share His Daughter’s Inheritance With Her Stepdaughter – Who Wasn’t Bequeathed Anything!
When it comes to family dynamics, few things can stir up emotions, quite like inheritance disputes. A contentious situation has emerged in an unfolding saga that tests the bonds of blood and challenges the concept of fairness. At the center of this narrative stands a sister who adamantly demands her brother to share his daughter’s inheritance with her stepdaughter, who, to her dismay, was not bequeathed anything.
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OP’s brother-in-law, Sammy, moved in with his twin daughters, Olivia and Sloane, after losing his home due to a divorce. OP’s daughter, Zoey, is 16 years old and gets along fine with her cousins, but they do not respect her privacy.