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What should I do about my room mate threatening my belongings, personal space, bullying me, and stalking me?

Murfreesboro, TN |

Here the past 3 to 4 months have been a living nightmare. She has been stalking me on Facebook as well as referring my person in a bad manner without cause. I feel secluded to my room because I can't even go two steps without her approaching me about something. Both of our names are on the lease. She has come in and out of my room on multiple counts without my permission, and has even bothered me while I am trying to sleep by means of slapping. She bullied me into giving her money for bills that I didn't have. It has left me in situations before where I wasn't able to eat or get around for days. She has threatened to get rid of my personal belongings, and telling me to not expect my things to be there when I get home one night. I have kept my mouth shut, but I can't any longer. Help?

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Attorney answers 3


why don't you seek a restraining order? See a local attorney to determine the appropriate type.

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Another predicament that I find myself in is I just got hired on to some work. It pays more than my current job and does, and these days this is hard to come by. She also works there and we will be in the same department, but performing separate jobs. Will it possibly to obtain a restraining order and still keep my new place of employment?


I suggest you go to the local police station and discuss this matter with an officer. You could potentially be in danger.

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I agree with the other posters. You should immediately contact the local authorities and seek some type I restraining order if you feel that you are at risk of physical harm.

Good luck.

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