A Massachusetts landlord demanded that a Harvard University student move out of her rented rooms after finding the woman’s legally owned and stored handguns there.
According to the Washington Free Beacon:
“Since it’s clear that Leyla wants to keep her firearms, it would be best for all parties if she finds another place to live,” Dave Lewis, president of Avid Management, said in an email to the household obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
So, how did the landlord even know that the student had the firearms? Because other tenants illegally searched through the woman’s belongings when she was not at home, found the legal handguns, and then told the landlord they did not feel safe in the home.
“We discussed with Leyla that all of us are uncomfortable with having firearms in the house, and that their presence causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled,” one of the roommates told Lewis.
Without a doubt these creeps violated Leyla Pirnie’s privacy.
“A few weeks ago, I came back to my apartment from a weekend trip and was confronted by one of my roommates who asked if I had guns in the house,” Leyla told the Free Beacon. “After being told far too many lies to count, my roommates finally admitted that they searched my closet, under my bed, and all of my drawers in pursuit of finding my guns.”
“When I asked them why they were in my room to begin with, they each came up with completely contradicting stories (none of which made any sense), but one comment struck me in particular: ‘We saw that you had a MAGA hat and come on, you’re from Alabama… so we just kind of assumed that you had something,'” she said. “I asked why they didn’t just call me and ask me before intruding. One of the girls responded that fear took over her body and she felt compelled to search my room until she found proof… I cannot make this up.”
Even more obscene, these creeps called the police on Leyla. But they were disappointed when the police said that the student was in full compliance with Massachusetts law.
While the landlord accepted the claim by the snowflakes that they were “uncomfortable” with Leyla’s guns in the house, Leyla also noted how “uncomfortable” she was over the situation:
“What I find uncomfortable is coming home to find out that six people I barely know went into my bedroom without permission and went through every single one of my drawers, without any regard to my privacy whatsoever,” Pirnie said. “My landlord’s e-mail, though carefully crafted, showed tremendous prejudice against my right to legally have firearms.”
When Leyla refused to move out for the absurd reason presented by the landlord, the creep threatened to try and force Leyla to pay the rent for the others if THEY moved out!
I think Leyla should sue the landlord and take possession of his building! How about you?
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