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(KTLA Los Angeles)   Family living in fear as smoking hot 26-year-old stripper moves into their home, stops paying rent, refuses leave: "The screaming, the spanking, the moaning...that would wake the dead and my 5-year-old"   (ktla.com ) divider line 112
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2014-07-05 11:15:04 PM  
$1,500 a month to tent one room?
 
2014-07-05 11:15:51 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: $1,500 a month to tent one room?


* Rent.

Although it is a stripper, so it could work as well.
 
2014-07-05 11:25:25 PM  
Next time they should respect her privacy.

I don't see what the big deal is with the loaded handgun, give one to the five year old and he can be a good tot with a gun. Gunz for everyone!
 
2014-07-05 11:47:14 PM  

Peter von Nostrand: $1,500 a month to tent one room?


Seriously. What the fark?
 
2014-07-05 11:48:47 PM  
The homeowner looks like a busted Daytona stripper.
 
2014-07-05 11:50:39 PM  
And this, folks, is why you do background checks.
 
2014-07-05 11:50:55 PM  
California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court

California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"
 
2014-07-05 11:53:27 PM  
That homeowner needs to write a proper contract for future renters. If this stripper could just bring in animals and other people, and can't legally get her out, then she failed badly to cover her ass.

That, and make her use the name on her id.
 
2014-07-05 11:55:31 PM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Next time they should respect her privacy.

I don't see what the big deal is with the loaded handgun, give one to the five year old and he can be a good tot with a gun. Gunz for everyone!


Gunsforeveryone.com is a damn fine website when it is working.
 
2014-07-05 11:56:04 PM  
Or they could sell the house to me, along with the tenant, and consider the problem solved.
 
2014-07-05 11:56:48 PM  
I'm still puzzled by how she lost 40K.

6*1.5K (per month)=9K and then 4K to settle so that is 13K. So the rest must be lawyers fees. Sound right to me...
 
2014-07-05 11:58:01 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: Peter von Nostrand: $1,500 a month to tent one room?

Seriously. What the fark?


not entirely sure.  A typical room for rent in a decent LA community is in the 600 to 700$ range
 
2014-07-06 12:01:21 AM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Next time they should respect her privacy.

I don't see what the big deal is with the loaded handgun, give one to the five year old and he can be a good tot with a gun. Gunz for everyone!


No. The only thing that can stop a bad stripper with a gun, is a good stripper with a gun.
 
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2014-07-06 12:01:28 AM  
tribktla.files.wordpress.com

This really caught my hand... er eye.
 
2014-07-06 12:04:58 AM  

If you haven't seen this movie from the 09's you should. It's a great film. And if you own a house and plan to rent to a tenant, it may change your mind.


www.pastposters.com

 
2014-07-06 12:05:08 AM  

cyberspacedout: And this, folks, is why you do background checks.


And it's also why you know what you're doing before renting.  There are standard leases which most apartments use that are tried and tested.  You should probably consult a lawyer too.

I have no idea how someone can get a cease and desist order without at least serving the person they are getting the order against so they can at least show up in court and tell their side of the case.
 
2014-07-06 12:06:24 AM  

HMS_Blinkin: Peter von Nostrand: $1,500 a month to tent one room?

Seriously. What the fark?


It's California. I'm in DC now and I rented a 2 bedroom instead of one because it was only another 80 bucks a month in rent for the second bedroom and bathroom (and the closet, which is what I wanted).  Based on Craigslist ads I could rent out the second one for $700 without utilities included.  There's a market for people who can't get leases on their own, and it's booming.

Still, stories like this make sure I'll keep that room for guests, which was the original intent. I did Airbnb once and it was great, but I don't really need the money.
 
2014-07-06 12:06:54 AM  
She's 26,  a student,  and a stripper?  Suuuure.

Maybe when she started at 20 she was also student,  but now she's just a stripper,  quit lying to yourself.
 
2014-07-06 12:07:54 AM  
Reminds me of a good movie I've seen.
 
2014-07-06 12:09:02 AM  

dantheman195: California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court
fark that
California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"


Kinda like England.

/fark that
 
2014-07-06 12:10:11 AM  
She should have hired a private investigator to video tape where the spanking and moaning sounds were coming from. You know, just to be safe.
 
2014-07-06 12:14:18 AM  

skinink: If you haven't seen this movie from the 09's you should. It's a great film. And if you own a house and plan to rent to a tenant, it may change your mind.
[www.pastposters.com image 850x630]


Missed by three minutes, but the movie was a great comparison to the story.  Michael Keaton at his absolute creepiest.
 
2014-07-06 12:14:20 AM  
She hired a lawyer who represented the tenant in other cases and he talked about how his previous client dealt with other landlords. He also advised her to settle with his previous client for $4,000. IANAL, but something doesn't seem right about this.
 
2014-07-06 12:14:41 AM  

Peter von Nostrand: Peter von Nostrand: $1,500 a month to tent one room?

* Rent.

Although it is a stripper, so it could work as well.


That's expensive even in LA.  My one bedroom near downtown Santa Monica is not much more than that (but then again I got it 5 years ago at the deepest part of the recession so I got a good deal).  I suspect it's actually a whole basement, though.
 
2014-07-06 12:15:31 AM  

gfid: cyberspacedout: And this, folks, is why you do background checks.

And it's also why you know what you're doing before renting.  There are standard leases which most apartments use that are tried and tested.  You should probably consult a lawyer too.

I have no idea how someone can get a cease and desist order without at least serving the person they are getting the order against so they can at least show up in court and tell their side of the case.


Which this hoe got around the background check by not even using her legal name.  Big mistake by the landlady to allow that.  The cease and desist order may be something like PPO here that doesn't have to have the other individual present, or just a fake piece of paper to intimidate her into cowering off into the corner.
 
2014-07-06 12:17:53 AM  
www.deep-focus.com

He used to bring beautiful women here... eat fine meals, drink fine wine, listen to music... but it always ended with screaming.
 
2014-07-06 12:20:05 AM  

Prey4reign: skinink: If you haven't seen this movie from the 09's you should. It's a great film. And if you own a house and plan to rent to a tenant, it may change your mind.
[www.pastposters.com image 850x630]

Missed by three minutes, but the movie was a great comparison to the story.  Michael Keaton at his absolute creepiest.


Yep. That movie showed that Keaton had range as an actor. He was a good bad guy.
 
2014-07-06 12:20:52 AM  
FTA:

"When Carrie hired an attorney she discovered she was not the first landlord to have issues with Rogers.
The attorney told Carrie that he had represented Rogers in other eviction cases, under her previous name, and that the young woman did this for a living.
Carrie's attorney advised her to settle with Rogers for $4,000 instead of going to court."

A lawyer and a stripper working together...you just may get screwed.
 
2014-07-06 12:21:14 AM  

HMS_Blinkin: That homeowner needs to write a proper contract for future renters. If this stripper could just bring in animals and other people, and can't legally get her out, then she failed badly to cover her ass.

That, and make her use the name on her id.


It is California, it would still take you about 6 months to a year to evict, mean while she is destroying your home and causing damage that she will never ever pay for, rent free.

I have a friend who rented her townhouse out in New Jersey (New Jersey also has the liberal tenant friendly laws as well). She allowed the tenant to move in with a partial payment of $500, a rookie mistake (should have moved in with fully payment of $4,000, $2,000 for first month and $2,000 for security deposit). Never paid further rent, around month 3 she gets him to pay her a check for the full amount due, well over 8 grand. It bounced, the check was written on an account that was closed well over a year before. Now she has a way to get him out immediately instead of waiting another 6 months with the court eviction. She went to the police and she was able to charge him with writing known bad check over $1000 or something like that, a criminal charge in NJ.
 
2014-07-06 12:21:36 AM  
"Smoking hot" in fark headline.  Link must lead to something horrible.

*click*

reporter is kinda cute; picture of stripper is inconclusive.

hmph
 
2014-07-06 12:22:43 AM  
One thing I have learned, in a year and a half as a UD attorney's secretary, for anyone insane enough to want to be a landlord: DON'T BE NICE. Seriously. No matter who you rented to, no matter how badly they need a place, no matter what, NEVER EVER BE NICE TO YOUR TENANT.

And by nice, I mean, of course, at the first month's missed rent, you slap a 3-day notice on the door, no ifs, ands or buts. You then get your happy ass down to court and start the eviction process. Even in California, a proper eviction through the courts assuming the tenant contests it, will take about two months. If you, the landlord dick around and try other measures, you just give the tenant ammo and time to try other legal and extra-legal measures, and you don't want that.

Yes, the poor renter may just be a sad person who has fallen on hard times, but as landlord that is NOT YOUR PROBLEM. If they can't afford your rent, then you want them out, period.
 
2014-07-06 12:25:09 AM  
Reporter is smoking hot...
 
2014-07-06 12:25:25 AM  

worlddan: I'm still puzzled by how she lost 40K.

6*1.5K (per month)=9K and then 4K to settle so that is 13K. So the rest must be lawyers fees. Sound right to me...


Lawyer's fees and I am sure damages to the property

It all adds up in the end
 
2014-07-06 12:26:07 AM  

dantheman195: California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court

California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"


Tennant-friendly laws are, in general, a good thing, but they really should make a distinction between commercial rental properties and families that are just renting out a single room or guest house.  I'm all in favor of strong protections for renters in apartment complexes and the like, but individual homeowners renting out part of the place they live should be able to easily evict nuisance tenants.
 
2014-07-06 12:26:44 AM  

Cathedralmaster: She should have hired a private investigator to video tape where the spanking and moaning sounds were coming from. You know, just to be safe.


I saw that movie... Twice! Well, now I'll go watch it again. Where did I put the lube?
 
2014-07-06 12:28:22 AM  
I don't understand. First they say that the tenant changed the locks and secured it so the owner couldn't get in. Then the police say there's a gun behind an unsecured door with a child living there. So was the room secured or not?
 
2014-07-06 12:28:27 AM  
img.fark.net

Reporter is also built for a pole.
 
2014-07-06 12:32:02 AM  

Because People in power are Stupid: Next time they should respect her privacy.

I don't see what the big deal is with the loaded handgun, give one to the five year old and he can be a good tot with a gun. Gunz for everyone!


The only thing that can stop a stripper with a gun is a five year old with...a roll of twenties.
 
2014-07-06 12:32:35 AM  

dantheman195: HMS_Blinkin: That homeowner needs to write a proper contract for future renters. If this stripper could just bring in animals and other people, and can't legally get her out, then she failed badly to cover her ass.

That, and make her use the name on her id.

It is California, it would still take you about 6 months to a year to evict, mean while she is destroying your home and causing damage that she will never ever pay for, rent free.

I have a friend who rented her townhouse out in New Jersey (New Jersey also has the liberal tenant friendly laws as well). She allowed the tenant to move in with a partial payment of $500, a rookie mistake (should have moved in with fully payment of $4,000, $2,000 for first month and $2,000 for security deposit). Never paid further rent, around month 3 she gets him to pay her a check for the full amount due, well over 8 grand. It bounced, the check was written on an account that was closed well over a year before. Now she has a way to get him out immediately instead of waiting another 6 months with the court eviction. She went to the police and she was able to charge him with writing known bad check over $1000 or something like that, a criminal charge in NJ.


I live in NJ, and those tenant laws come in handy when you have douchy landlords. When I moved out of my last house, landlord tried to keep a quarter of my security deposit for things like not having the keys to locks he never gave me the keys for, and for having an old door with slightly loose hinges. Using a strongly worded letter, with a threat of small claims and double damages, along with printouts of applicable laws, and I got the rest of my money.
 
2014-07-06 12:39:08 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: dantheman195: California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court

California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"

Tennant-friendly laws are, in general, a good thing, but they really should make a distinction between commercial rental properties and families that are just renting out a single room or guest house.  I'm all in favor of strong protections for renters in apartment complexes and the like, but individual homeowners renting out part of the place they live should be able to easily evict nuisance tenants.


Tenant friendly laws are a liberal creation because they believe landlords should have to house people who refuse to pay the rent. That is all it was about.

You can't pay the rent, you should be out in a week, not 6-9 months because liberals want to drag the process out.

Landlords have bills too

And it should not matter if your landlord owns a single rental unit or a thousand, bad tenants cost either landlord a ton of money.
 
2014-07-06 12:42:15 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Reporter is also built for a pole.


She also looks like she's had a few run-ins with the cops.

/crazy eyes
//hell yeah I still would
 
2014-07-06 12:45:12 AM  
I never understand why it's so hard to get rid of problem tenants like that.  You can buy a decent shotgun and a sledge hammer for $500 bucks total.
 
2014-07-06 12:46:05 AM  

dantheman195: California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court

California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"


Came to post this leaving satisfied.
 
2014-07-06 12:47:28 AM  

HMS_Blinkin: That homeowner needs to write a proper contract for future renters. If this stripper could just bring in animals and other people, and can't legally get her out, then she failed badly to cover her ass.

That, and make her use the name on her id.



I don't know how they do it in CA but in FL the landlord has just about 98.2 percent of the juice in the arrangement.

Things not working out?  30 day written notice.  Not out on day 31?  2 week notice.  Then 3 day.  Then Sheriff.
 
2014-07-06 12:50:32 AM  
I once rented a house along with one tenant who flat out told me she was a stripper and who used to do video fetish stuff. I never really thought too much about it, because she was a smart and nice person.

One night, I went to a strip club, and there she was. I have to admit I gawked for a few moments, but she sat down and started chatting with me as she would the "regulars", except she seemed a lot more comfortable with me just chatting about regular stuff we both knew.

/csb
 
2014-07-06 12:50:36 AM  

dantheman195: TuteTibiImperes: dantheman195: California, the land of fruits and nuts

And lets not forget the 9th district court

California has the most tenant favored laws in the country. The tenet really owns the property (and in some cases, actually end up with it)

I guess this lady never seen the movie "Pacific Heights"

Tennant-friendly laws are, in general, a good thing, but they really should make a distinction between commercial rental properties and families that are just renting out a single room or guest house.  I'm all in favor of strong protections for renters in apartment complexes and the like, but individual homeowners renting out part of the place they live should be able to easily evict nuisance tenants.

Tenant friendly laws are a liberal creation because they believe landlords should have to house people who refuse to pay the rent. That is all it was about.

You can't pay the rent, you should be out in a week, not 6-9 months because liberals want to drag the process out.

Landlords have bills too

And it should not matter if your landlord owns a single rental unit or a thousand, bad tenants cost either landlord a ton of money.


Tenant-friendly laws were created because, while both sides have had individuals who abuse the relationship, landlords did so far more often and to a broader degree. Read up on slum lords sometime for the more glaring (but hardly sole) examples. Thus, tenants needed greater protections.

I tentatively agree with TuteTibiImperes above that a distinction should be made between commercial properties and private families renting out single rooms or apartments.
 
2014-07-06 12:52:13 AM  
yeah check out a person thoroughly before you rent to them, you have to do your home work if you want to avoid renting to problem people.
 
2014-07-06 12:52:18 AM  

buckler: I once rented a house along with one tenant who flat out told me she was a stripper and who used to do video fetish stuff. I never really thought too much about it, because she was a smart and nice person.

One night, I went to a strip club, and there she was. I have to admit I gawked for a few moments, but she sat down and started chatting with me as she would the "regulars", except she seemed a lot more comfortable with me just chatting about regular stuff we both knew.

/csb


So did you get her number? Did you take her home? Your place or hers?

/I keed
 
2014-07-06 12:52:18 AM  

ZzeusS: HMS_Blinkin: That homeowner needs to write a proper contract for future renters. If this stripper could just bring in animals and other people, and can't legally get her out, then she failed badly to cover her ass.

That, and make her use the name on her id.


I don't know how they do it in CA but in FL the landlord has just about 98.2 percent of the juice in the arrangement.

Things not working out?  30 day written notice.  Not out on day 31?  2 week notice.  Then 3 day.  Then Sheriff.


From what I've read, it takes a minimum of 90 days to get someone out if they fight it.  I've never been evicted nor have I ever rented property, so this is hearsay.
 
2014-07-06 12:53:35 AM  

Gyrfalcon: One thing I have learned, in a year and a half as a UD attorney's secretary, for anyone insane enough to want to be a landlord: DON'T BE NICE. Seriously. No matter who you rented to, no matter how badly they need a place, no matter what, NEVER EVER BE NICE TO YOUR TENANT.

And by nice, I mean, of course, at the first month's missed rent, you slap a 3-day notice on the door, no ifs, ands or buts. You then get your happy ass down to court and start the eviction process. Even in California, a proper eviction through the courts assuming the tenant contests it, will take about two months. If you, the landlord dick around and try other measures, you just give the tenant ammo and time to try other legal and extra-legal measures, and you don't want that.

Yes, the poor renter may just be a sad person who has fallen on hard times, but as landlord that is NOT YOUR PROBLEM. If they can't afford your rent, then you want them out, period.


In all my years of renting apartments I was late with rent twice - because I forgot.  The very next day I got a notice that they were starting eviction proceedings and now my personal checks were no good - had to be cashier's checks or money orders.

I understand giving notice immediately, but as long as my personal checks have never bounced before and it seems more than likely I just forgot by one farking day, requiring a cashier's check is being a bit too dickish I think.  I don't rent anymore.  Sometimes you have to be a dick back to your landlord.  I hinted that I bet all my neighbors wouldn't be too happy to find out there was a registered sex offender in one of the units.  I put a few very negative (but true) reviews on an apartment review website where I'm sure the property manager had been posting fake positive reviews.  They let me out of my lease.  They told me I didn't even have to give notice.  I asked for it in writing and got it.

I absolutely hate it when landlords tell you that you can renew an expiring lease and the rent will only go up $20 or you can continue month-to-month, but the rent will be $150-200 more per month.  It makes moving difficult or at least makes you plan your move around a specific date.

The last thing I did before I left that last place for good was run the cat's litter box through the dishwasher.   What the next tenant doesn't know won't hurt them, just like that sex offender won't hurt them....probably
 
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