The Drama Continues – That Woman - Won’t Leave
By Ann LeFlore
July 29, 2017 1:32pm CST
Yesterday was the deadline that my nephew gave this woman to get out of his house. Early in the afternoon we went to check on his house. She was still there and nothing was packed. She had no intention of moving out. Before we left I told my nephew to not engage in any conversations with her at all. We had a plan to pack her backs and set them on the road. When we arrived at the house, she was mad. I mean mad to the point that she started yelling, screaming, demanding, and hitting on my nephew. I had to drag her off him and take her outside. In the meantime, my nephew went into her room and packed all of her and her son’s affairs. Afterwards, I helped him move them to the road. We called the police to have them come and move her out. The police showed up and told her that she needed to take her and her son and find a new place to live. Later that night we were having dinner. My nephew and his daughter were still at my home for the night. During dinner the police showed up at my house. They wanted to take my nephew away. This woman had called the police on my nephew claiming that he had slapped her around, burned her belongings, and hit her son. What a drama queen this woman is. Nothing at all happened like this. My boyfriend came unglued and went to talk with the police. I was lucky I had taken a video camera with me and filmed the event. We showed the police the clip and they left. What makes me angry now is that she picked up her affairs from the road and has moved them back into the house. Who knows what today will bring. This woman has got to go. Looks like now we will have to lock the yard completely, change the locks on the house, and bring over a guard dog to guard the yard. The police have been notified and they are to arrive at 10 this morning. Stay tuned for the mad woman who thinks she can throw a 12 year old child out of her home.
10 people like this
• French Polynesia
30 Jul 17
I have an iPhone and an iPad. So all I had to do was recording her flipping out. Sure was good that I did this one otherwise my nephew would of been in a lot of trouble. He had no way to prove he didn't touch her at all. I am not sure what she burned in the yard.
• Otis Orchards, Washington
30 Jul 17
What a mess. It is best if all the locks are changed. She could have had a couple of spare keys made. She must be thinking if she keeps coming back that your nephew will give up and let her stay there. Good thing you videoed the whole thing.
• French Polynesia
29 Jul 17
Here we don't have gas lines. We use propane tanks. But they can still explode if you are not careful. In the years I have been here I know of one exploding. It was not the fault of the tank, but the fault that someone's daughter was cooking french fries on the stove and walked away. The oil fire caused the tank to explode.
I hate when that happens and the police will not do anything for the right person. Doesn't she have anywhere else to go? Did somebody finally come to get her out? I bet once he gets her out he will never rent the room again. I had to rent rent where I used to live and I had horrible people and they caused so much grief.