What's Your Next-Door Neighbor Story?

The kicker, they chopped down a TREE!

Our next door neighbors are a 64 year old couple who have handicaps of convenience. (They fake it.) He was sweeping the street and when he bent over she gave him a swift kick in the rear. (Yes we have it on camera, because of her cameras we all have to have cameras to protect ourselves.) They don't pay for anything. They hire unlicensed contractors that cannot sue them or they sue a contractor or neighbor to pay for other things like walls for fences. They lost two lawsuits they filed against us. They call out the code department, the police, the cable company, the water department, the fire department, and any lawyer that falls for their story. They are always in court for something, they are litigious nuisances.

Local TV reporter called 'her' the landlord from hell.

The kicker, one weekend we were away and they took down the wooden fence, came in our yard and took down a TREE. Hauled off all the wood, put the fence back up...but they did not line up the paint marks. (Picture a couple on walkers, her with logs in a bag attached to her walker and him with a chainsaw...LOL)

One glorious night she was arrested for beating him up. WE GOT TO WATCH HER DO THE PERP WALK!!! She was dressed in all black velvet which she had worn to court that day. He was dressed in a bloody white sheet. She was loaded in a cop car before the whole neighborhood, we applauded as they drove by. He bailed her out the next morning, he could have let her sit for five days based on the way the holiday fell and the county offices being closed...he is an idiot.

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These bullies are costing the county and the city a ton of money and they should be stopped.

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