My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of FL.
I have been living in an apartment with two other men for approx. 30 days. I never knew these men prior. My landlord rented us rooms separately under different leases. My roommate is bi-polar and takes a heavy dose of zanax. One morning he woke me up early in the morning by coming into my room. He was slurring and stammering around. I go to leave and he is making spaghetti, my spaghetti. At first, I didn't mind. Until I noticed that my breakfast was opened and partially eaten. I told that it was bs. He started to get angry with me saying that I can't blame him because there's another roommate. Remember, I was talking to him while he was eating my spaghetti. I left and didn't return until the following afternoon. When I arrived my other roommate was there. I confronted him about the missing food. He said that he also hasn't eaten here because of the other roommate. I went into my room and it was not how I left it. The closet doors were open. Drawers were opened. Someone made a mess and had footprints all around my bed. My camera was missing. I cleaned everything up and went to make myself some food and my planned dinner was also eaten. My roommate came out of his room and I told him that I would like to speak to him later. He insisted that I tell him right away. So I just suggested that he stop eating my food and going into my room. This excited him to the point of him chasing me all the way to my car screaming. I left the situation and went to work. As soon as I came how he came after me trying to explain that I owe him an apology for my accusations. Which of course I screamed that I am the only one who deserves any type of apology. He chased me again outside to my car. Later, while I was reading in my room he presented me with my camera which is still missing the cord and batteries. The next day he tried to make an attempt at apologizing to me which I walked away in disgust. He went after me again. This time telling all the neighbors outside that I am starting problems. I spoke to the landlord a couple of times. He wants to resolve this, but I'm afraid that if I stay I will either have to stand up for myself or let him overpower me.