Landlord has been informed of the tourette syndrome and anxiety with the symptoms. Yelling, swearing out, animal noises can happen for short periods of time occasionally, where number of attacks and triggering can increase from emotional distress, upset, anger, fear, stress, and issues such as neighbors causing grief. Grief can come in the form of harassment, bullying, illegal activities such as drug use where authorities do nothing about, etc..You haven't told us that you requested accommodation. Tell us now - exactly what did you tell your landlord about your condition and exactly how do you propose that he would have accommodated you? Some disabilities are obvious, but it's in no way obvious that somebody who talks or shouts is doing so because of a medical condition.
Obviously I would propose to put insulation in as a first step. There are also affordable sound proof materials that could be put up, that act identical to insulation but more as sound barriers. But general insulation, as there should be, needs to be implemented for sure.
Yes. A good 90% of it is direct result of tourettes. The other 10% maybe as a result of anger and feeling of unjustice of illegal activities of the neighbors. For example ("THIS IS BS THAT NOTHING IS DONE. IF THEY CAN DO IT THEN I WILL TOO" kind of thing).Are you stating that the only noise you have created that has ever been an issue is that you can document to be the direct result of Tourette's? If not, please clarify.
I don't understand?You just compared shouting and barking like a dog to "the slightest of noises such as a whisper or a 'fart'". Your melodrama does not help clarify the issues.
But both are part of my argument here because of my anger of the unjustice causes 10% of yelling. Emotional buildup. A person mind can only handle and take so much before it releases. Everyone does at some point.Noise and drugs are two separate issues.
They say there is nothing they can do.Again, if you can smell drugs and are breathing smoke out of somebody else's unit, you can call 911.
[/quote]Are you sure you're not being evicted for insulting and attacking the people who are trying to help you?
Yes I am sure. The only insulting and attacking comes from the other tenants. To add to that, the tenant above us is tape recording every private conversation here in my home, eavesdropping on everything, with a criminal record and with criminal and tortious attempts. He goes down to the downtown McDonalds every morning and spreads false rumors that my mom and I are "screwing" each other when that is untrue. Says he has it on tape when he doesn't as it is not true. The other night police were called because the smell of drugs. As the police were walking toward the neighbors and asking who called, the neighbors said "dont know you have to ask him" as they pointed at my apartment. They said "he'll call you guys for anything, even when his dick is small"
The police asked me what was up. After telling them, they went back over to the neighbors and said "are you smoking wacky tobacco again?" They declined and the other officer said "its been going on since I've become a detective down at the bureau"
Nearly every officer on the police force know all about these people and of their past 50+ criminal offenses of drugs, theft, assault, menacing, domestic violence, disorderly conduct, etc.. There was a time where one of them had a warrant for his arrest over theft. The police picked him up and called to the station that they had him. The station said to let him go.
So no, the insults and attacks are from them, not me.
To be exact, the reason on the notice is listed as yelling and pounding. I deny the pounding. I don't get physical or violent. In fact, every time I get beat up I am the one who never throws a punch even in self defense. I can't be violent for my disabilities. The pounding is from the other tenant. I even caught him saying that he was pounding, but it was my voice the landlord heard in the recording. They assumed that because my voice was heard at the same time of pounding, that it was my pounding. If that is sufficient, then I guess I can record someone else's voice and start pounding on walls and say "its their voice so it must of been them pounding." That is another example of the 10% yelling triggered by other sources. Perhaps I was yelling for them to stop their pounding? ("KEEP IT DOWN OR I'LL CALL THE LANDLORD"
One time the guys smoking it up with drugs, the landlord did come to serve an eviction notice but we saw and overheard him tell them not to worry they arent evicted and to forget what we say. He only come with eviction thing to make it look like he take care of the problem.
I only say they either evict all or evict no one and no one has any right to complain of loud noise, it is hypocrit. My yelling, guy upstairs pounds, stomps and play his tv real loud, guy next door play their music real loud with drugs and beer partying yelling and screaming , other lady upstairs bring drug dealers in and out all day long and they make yelling noise and stomping too. No right for complaints. No right for evicting one and not the other. Discrimination because I am not illegal partier with the 3 of them and because I am disabled and they aren't. People heard the guy upstairs reporting say he try to get us kicked out so he can move down here.