Over the past few months, my landlord has hired a local agency to follow me. Why? They can't figure out how I can live in the apartment without the usual means. Also, a former tenant lives across the avenue from my parents's home in a quiet neighborhood. I have heard him make calls to them to report that I am at my parent's home and also what I am doing there.
I am now looking around me when I leave here to see if I have been followed and I have even altered my route. I can hear the landlords and others outside the doors of my 80 year old building checking whether I am 'in there'.
I am unemployed. I have been taking care of my parents who have Alzheimer's disease and heart disease, respectively. We recently have had to place one of them in a nursing facility. Also, I have been trying to organize and toss items in my apartment. In living there for the past 12 years, I have accumulated possessions and I am trying to reduce what I have so that I won't have to take them with me when I move. I am damned if I am here and damned if I am not because I can't accomplish this mission away from my home.
Whether I am not at home much or there most of the time, is not their concern.
Doesn't my right of privacy in the United States of America/State of Minnesota extend to what I do in my life outside of my home? Can my landlords legally have me followed?
I am a law abiding citizen and and I think what they are doing is hassassment. I am getting little peace.
:?: Can I be evicted for spending a lot of time in my private space and assisting my parents in their lives at their home?