Hie a landlord tenant lawyer and commence an eviction proceeding. You can also call Child Protective Services (Administration for Children's Services) and report the drug usage.
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Without additional details, aside from calling social services or DSS, it's hard to say what your remedies are. Is she a sublet? Are you both on the lease? Depending on what your relationship is, you may or may not have standing to bring an eviction proceeding against her.
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My roommate does not want to leave?
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Your "roommate" wants a notice of eviction likely for Social Services, but you do not need to comply as she may not need public assistance.
Instead, hire an attorney to make the necessary documents to rid yourself of the roommate through the legal process.
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