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Your Rights Under the Protection From Harassment Act 1997

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 20 Jan 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
Protection From Harassment Act Criminal

Harassment can cause alarm, fear and distress. Many people who are the victims of any kind of harassment can end up becoming ill, both mentally and physically, as a result. It will almost certainly lead to increased stress which can have a major impact in raising blood pressure.

Harassment can also lead to insomnia, anxiety and depression, poor concentration and can dramatically affect your self-confidence and self-respect. People who are being harassed may take excessive intakes of alcohol or drugs to try to alleviate the problem which will, ultimately, only make matters worse. The Protection From Harassment Act 1997 offers you Protection From this Unwanted Behaviour.

The Protection From Harassment Act 1997

Under this Act it becomes a criminal offence if you:

  • Cause alarm, harassment or distress more than once as a result of an action you conduct against another person. The conduct might be verbal or non-verbal and it doesn’t have to be the same type of action on each occasion – if the person feels alarmed, harassed or distressed by your actions, then it is deemed harassment, even if that was not your intention.
  • Take any kind of action against another person which causes a fear of violence. This must happen on at least two occasions. The alleged offender must be aware, or ought to be aware, that their actions are likely to induce a fear of violence in the other person.

Civil Injunctions

The Protection From Harassment Act 1997 also permits you to take out a civil injunction against the alleged offender, as a right to protection and possible compensation in cases where a criminal prosecution isn’t appropriate or there is insufficient evidence to pursue a criminal case. This can be very useful as it’s often a civil injunction being put in place which will prevent the alleged offender from persisting with the behaviour.

Police Assistance

If you feel you are at immediate risk of violence as a result of harassment, then you should Call The Police. Under The Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001, the police can force the alleged offender to leave the vicinity of your home or the location where you might be at the time, and they have the powers of arrest if the alleged offender fails to comply with this order.

Dealing With Stalkers

Harassment isn’t always about people wanting to cause harm to another. Sometimes, it’s completely the opposite. People who might have a strong admiration and perceived ‘love’ for another person can end up becoming so obsessed that they might end up stalking you. This doesn’t necessarily mean just following you around or calling you on the phone, but would include situations where they are writing to you persistently and/or sending you unwanted gifts. And, should this be the case, then they are also guilty of causing harassment for which they can ultimately be prosecuted.

Therefore, whether it’s the intention of the alleged offender to cause harm by their harassment or not, or even if they’re unaware they might be causing alarm or distress, it is still an offence under the Act.

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Meg - Your Question:
I've been getting threatening text messages for over a week now. All because my nan said a joke and this person took it the wrong way and has now started threatening me. She lives in my street. Am scared to go literally over the road to my mothers house incase this woman comes flying up the road and beating me. I smoke I won't even go to the step for a cigarette because I'm scared. What could I do with the text messages? I've lived her 16years with my mum till I got my own flat 6 months ago

Our Response:
If you feel really threatened by this you should make your local police aware of this.
ProblemNeighbours - 20-Jan-17 @ 12:26 PM
Hi there I went for a pip assessment just before Xmas.I arrived at 9am and sat and waited and waited at 29 mins past nine the assessor approach the reception area and in a loud voice liking at myself and husband said I'm not doing another one. No way am I doing another one looking at myself and husband they should have turned up. I don't get paid to do extra than I'm doing now still looking at myself and my husband we felt very little and didn't want to be there anywhere we felt harrassed. She then turned round and said to myself and my husband it's not your fault the assessor didn't turn up. But I shouldn't be expected to do another like I did yesterday I don't get paid for it. We felt awful for her and our selves I felt very stressed as it was and even more so now. I felt really negative about our assessment before we went into the meeting 1 hour later. I lost my mobility vehicle that day felt harrassed the meeting was rushed as I was squeezed in. The report was incorrect. Is this a clear cut discrimination case. She then went on to tell be the abput the benefits of canabis and that I should take it and that I could get it from my doctors. She doesn't know what meds I am on this could kill me. She told my husband to put a claim in because she could tell he was obviously poorly. I am currently righting my mandantory appeal although I feel sorry for the young lady having to do more work than her colleagues I don't think it should have been done the way it should have been done it really made me I'll afterwards.
Lesleyann42 - 20-Jan-17 @ 8:03 AM
I've been getting threatening text messages for over a week now. All because my nan said a joke and this person took it the wrong way and has now started threatening me. She lives in my street. Am scared to go literally over the road to my mothers house incase this woman comes flying up the road and beating me. I smoke I won't even go to the step for a cigarette because I'm scared. What could I do with the text messages? I've lived her 16years with my mum till I got my own flat 6 months ago
Meg - 19-Jan-17 @ 10:40 AM
Im being harrassed by neighbor. Ive asked owner to make her stop but tha only thi g the landlord has done is scream at me to leave her alone. Also landlord said if i didnt move my car from i front of my door he canceling the housing contract. Also i have obtain restraining order agai9neighbor as well as several police reports. Also neighbor came out of her gated yard to the driveway where i live with 3 friends an a big stick to fight an the neighbor burned my face with cig. Ive since pressed charhes for the burn. The landlord came to my door with a notice from city saying i have junk an garbage on my porch along with a 90 dy notice. I said the notice isnt for me. The neighbor has all tje junk an trash on her porch.what can i do??
Dee - 17-Jan-17 @ 5:41 PM
Hello I have lived in a council block for the past 8 years, for about 7 of those years I had to endure shouting, swearing, loud banging and growling from a mentally ill neighbour underneath me. This made my life a misery, as it was happening not only during the day but during the night as well. This has made me a nervous wreck, with severe anxiety problems, depression and stress related disorder. Even though the neighbour has now moved away for over a year, it still affects me to this day. After writing daily diaries and complaining constantly to the council about this neighbour and even had on 2 separate occasions 2 different local councillors round to my flat to witness the noise and to give me support. During this time, the council treated me almost with contempt and even went so far as to lie about me that one of the councillors was round my flat for about 3 hours and didnt hear any noise from the neighbour. That particular councillor had sent an email stating that she was round my flat for about 45 mins to an hour and hear nothing. Whereas the second councillor did hear my neighbour shouting and swearing repeatedly. Now to add insult to injury, there are some new neighbours who are planning on moving in downstairs who have written me a letter complaining that I am making too much noise and even complained to the council about me. This is intamidatory as well it is untrue. I would like to know if I can sue the council for not only having to endure a mentally ill neighbour for over 7 years, but for their lies and contemptuous way they dealt with it? Please can you advise.
Cinders - 23-Dec-16 @ 2:45 PM
Hello I have lived in a council block for the past 8 years, for about 7 of those years I had to endure shouting, swearing, loud banging and growling from a mentally ill neighbour underneath me. This made my life a misery, as it was happening not only during the day but during the night as well. This has made me a nervous wreck, with severe anxiety problems, depression and stress related disorder. Even though the neighbour has now moved away for over a year, it still affects me to this day. After writing daily diaries and complaining constantly to the council about this neighbour and even had on 2 separate occasions 2 different local councillors round to my flat to witness the noise and to give me support. During this time, the council treated me almost with contempt and even went so far as to lie about me that one of the councillors was round my flat for about 3 hours and didnt hear any noise from the neighbour. That particular councillor had sent an email stating that she was round my flat for about 45 mins to an hour and hear nothing. Whereas the second councillor did hear my neighbour shouting and swearing repeatedly. Now to add insult to injury, there are some new neighbours who are planning on moving in downstairs who have written me a letter complaining that I am making too much noise and even complained to the council about me. This is intamidatory s well it is untrue. I would like to know if I can sue the council for not only having to endure a mentally ill neighbour for over 7 years, but for their lies and contemptuous way they dealt with it? Please can you advise.
Cinders - 23-Dec-16 @ 2:42 PM
Hi I need advice I've recently moved out of mums home to my own home due to neighbour issues at my mums The neighbour started making false accusations to social services (I have a baby) the baby and the landlord causing unnecessary anxiety and stress towards me and my mum So I decided to leave as my mum had her partner and her younger son However the neighbour is still continuing to make false allegations to the landlord and police My mum has a meeting with a lady from the council tomorrow due to another claim the neighbour has made, even though we have not communicated with this neighbour since July 2016 yet she's saying we're harassing her Is there anything we can do as my mum is 33 week pregnant and suffers from bi polar I'm worried this is going to tip her over the edge again Thank you
LOL - 18-Dec-16 @ 11:35 PM
Got three families up from our house all making malicious phone calls to social services and in the street. been threatened with violence, accused of things never done, now I own the house they cant use the council to hassle us but now use the social services and the police using annominity via phone calls. we do not hit our child we had a son dieat 10 yrs old and even as he was dying of cancer they still abused us and held partys throwing rubbish and bottle into our garden and rear garden the police are usless unless you sort it your self then your in trouble, the laws are set up to punish you, everyone you contact to sort it out turns a blind eye untill you react, that is when the haters get to celebrate because you go you prison, and they then move on to another target. the way these people act is a sure sign of some kind of mental illness.
Virge - 14-Dec-16 @ 6:31 PM
Hi I'm just posting this on the off chance that someone will know what to do,I liv in a 4 in a block I have a neighbour underneath me,who has a bought house & im housing association! I've only been here for about 12 weeks & at the beginning when I came 2 view the property I seen him on several occasions, & straight away both me & my mum thought that there was something not right, as we would always see him with a big joint sticking out his mouth, that doesn't really bother me, but in the last 4 weeks I've had too have this neighbour arrested & charged 3 times with disturbing the peace & threatening behaviour towards me, it all started a few weeks ago wen I was at my kitchen window having a cigarette as I had just decorated & didn't want 2 smoke in the house, I was listening 2 some music on my iPhone from Spotify there was no extra sound speakers attached too my phone only the iPhone sound which wasn't loud at all, the back garden was really dark & all I heard was someone saying "Hey do you want to turn the music down weirdo" then his back garden light came on, that's wen I noticed it was the neighbour underneath me, & I said yeah sure sorry I didn't think the music was that loud! Well he started shouting really loudly I was absolutely mortified, he was obviously away with the drugs, shouting out loud where I'm sure other neighbours could have heard, he said have you been recording me & my kids in the back garden, I said don't be so stupid, he then proceeded to threaten me by saying come 2 your front door, which I didn't, then he started kicking the door, I dialled 999 & the police came out, I told them the story off what he said & done, also I offered them every piece off recording equipment I had & they said there was no need for that but thanks for your cooperation in the matter, They then went & arrested the neighbour he was then let back out & a few days later he started again with me & my mum, I have voice memo recordings which the police told me to do wen I'm leaving my home & coming back home, it's been absolutely horrendous, he then got arrested & charged again with bail conditions, but that still didn't stop him, since then he's spat all over my front door, ringing my doorbell at 3/4/5am in the morning & banging my front door, & just last night he shouted at the top off his voice my name 2 waken me up, I really don't know how much more off this I can take, I feel like I'm ready 2 take a nervous breakdown, I have depression this is making it worse, I'm feeling very low all the time I dread when I'm going out & the same when I'm coming home, the police have been really good about this but I just don't think this is ever going 2 end!!! I feel he's picking on me because I live alone & im gay! Please please someone have an answer for me as I'm at the end off my mind!! Thanks for reading my story!
AB - 29-Nov-16 @ 10:54 PM
Hi. I have a harrassment order on my daughters dad for domestic violence and threating behaviour. He does have a previous of domestic violence but this was after i was with him. He has been to prison for it but on his girlfriend after me and harrasment order from girls after her. He is on drugs and is very un predictable. My daughter doesnt want to see him because he scares her and i have qitnessed him speaking to her like trash. She is 6 years old bless her. The harrasment order has been on him for roughly 4 weeks but my partner and i have found out i am expecting another baby in 2017. I have heard he is making threats to be beat my partner up. Being pregnant and trying to protect a innocent little girl and son from all this os draining me. I have gone paranoid and feel emotionally and psychicaly drained and do not feel prtoected with the harrasment order in place. I am paranoid once he finds out im having a baby he is going to try and harm me or come back to try an attack me. I am constantly on edge. Please tell me there is something i can do to help me and my family feel safe. This will be my third child and i really so not need the worry of him waiting to attack and if i know this man like i think i do this is nowhere near then end. Please help.
2016 - 25-Nov-16 @ 10:13 PM
Madison - Your Question:
Couple of months ago my 16yrold and 18yr old took theirlittle sister and brother to the shops,their was a gang of youths stood on the path with their bikes thrown on the floor,my daughter asked them nicely could they move them so theu didnt have to walk on the road,thes youths thrown aload of abuse at my childrencalling them disgusting names,ever since they have targeted my 16yr old son,callinghim coming upto him on bikes,he hasnt been out for a month now,ony to school and back,these youths dont go to school,its causing alot of distress for my son and my little daughter wont walk to the shop without me now,is their anything I can do.

Our Response:
Yes, speak to your local Police Community Support Officer about this.
ProblemNeighbours - 25-Nov-16 @ 12:14 PM
Tj - Your Question:
My partner has been accused of sending some nasty txt but he did not do this and is stressing out about this. Where dors he stand and what can we do about the accuser? Thanks

Our Response:
Perhaps if the case is investigated further, he can offer his phone up for examination. Surely that will prove his case?
ProblemNeighbours - 24-Nov-16 @ 12:43 PM
Couple of months ago my 16yrold and 18yr old took theirlittle sister and brother to the shops,their was a gang of youths stood on the path with their bikes thrown on the floor,my daughter asked them nicely could they move them so theu didnt have to walk on the road,thes youths thrown aload of abuse at my childrencalling them disgusting names,ever since they have targeted my 16yr old son,callinghim coming upto him on bikes,he hasnt been out for a month now,on y to school and back,these youths dont go to school,its causing alot of distress for my son and my little daughter wont walk to the shop without me now,is their anything i can do .
Madison - 24-Nov-16 @ 10:21 AM
My partner has been accused of sending some nasty txt but he did not do this and is stressing out about this . Where dors he stand and what can we do about the accuser?Thanks
Tj - 23-Nov-16 @ 6:03 PM
I am at a point in my life ( 68 yrs old disabled)when I should be living without fear andthe affects of a very unstable neighbour, I have been newly diagnosed as diabetes type 2with complications ,need complete rest and free of stress.but this guy is giving me hell in every way possible.iv reported it to police 101 and local council but nothing's done at all.
Samara - 22-Nov-16 @ 6:39 PM
I let my boyfriend stay over now and again in which I had him arrested for rape within relationship when he apologised I took things very slow but after I saw him drink a lot I tried to break up with him and was constantly harassed I did lash out and got a caution but he still kept harassing me to the point I had police watching the house but every time they went he would knock and go by the time the police knocked I ended up moving house and he ended up taking over the house as he didn't even ask just expected it I thought it was safer for me to just let him have it and then leave. I had another relationship for a year which I ended as the man was quite controlling basically using me to talk at and telling me to shut up a lot. I did stay in contact with my ex as we had been friends for a cpl of yrs after a while he really looked like he turned things around clean house good attitude giving up drinking after some time I did go back to him we had a gorgeous baby 2 years later and now I've had the baby it's started all over again I've left him for good now just the issues it caused and amount of debt I went in to thinking I was being a good person (I realise now this was him promoting all this as me being a good person) I'm asking for subject access request as I do not want contact with him for at least 3 months he has no parental responsibility and I am seeking advice re:contact with baby. I can't talk to him when he is intoxicated and my inner peace and my children's is coming first way before him or anyone else from now on. Lesson learnt or more action required? I feel the subject access will give me better view on steps to take next
Carly - 20-Nov-16 @ 9:32 AM
I'm widowed with 3 boys but currently staying with a 26 and 16yrs old boys. The 26 yrs old is smoking dagga and start stealing my clothes, shoes, 2-cameras, underwares, wedding ring, 2-bicycles, grandson's clothes, beddings, and many more items are missing. I've been locking my bedroom and only yesterday I found out that he had my duplicate key without my permission. He insult me and talks to me the way he wants. He said I will have peace when he's jailed or dead. Police advised me to obtain a protection order, and willing to do so tomorrow (Monday) the 21st Nov 2016. Any input/advice well comed.
Abby - 20-Nov-16 @ 6:27 AM
MC87 - Your Question:
My neighbours are bullies. They are council tenants who live together as man and wife. They have scratched our car, made threatening gestures and even been cautioned for assault against me. The council has not acted appropriately despite numerous complaints, although they did caution them twice. The cautions mean they are quiet for a short time, but then revert to type. In addition they also bullied our elderly downstairs neighbour, putting abusive notes through his door (salutation being Dear C**t) because they felt he was making too much noise - he was in his 80s. After he moved out to a care home a young woman moved in with 2 small children, again the bullying continued with them banging on the ceiling, looking through her windows and general intimidating behaviour. Eventually the council moved her elsewhere as she was constantly calling the police out during the night as she was frightened by their actions. Now another elderly man has moved in, he uses a zimmer frame to get around and is not too steady on his feet. We suspect the same bullying has started again, with looking in his windows etc. The council are so useless they will not do anything against them. They seem to not want to act. What can we do to help protect him as I am worried for the poor man?

Our Response:
Ask your local councillor to look into this on your behalf. The council's housing department should have details of all the incidents on record. If these tenants are in breach of their tenancy agreement which is sounds as though they are, the council should be able to take action to evict them. If you're unhappy with the way the council handles this you can complain to the Housing Ombudsman
ProblemNeighbours - 18-Nov-16 @ 11:59 AM
My neighbours are bullies. They are council tenants who live together as man and wife. They have scratched our car, made threatening gestures and even been cautioned for assault against me. The council has not acted appropriately despite numerous complaints, although they did caution them twice. The cautions mean they are quiet for a short time, but then revert to type. In addition they also bullied our elderly downstairs neighbour, putting abusive notes through his door (salutation being Dear C**t) because they felt he was making too much noise - he was in his 80s.After he moved out to a care home a young woman moved in with 2 small children, again the bullying continued with them banging on the ceiling, looking through her windows and general intimidating behaviour. Eventually the council moved her elsewhere as she was constantly calling the police out during the night as she was frightened by their actions.Now another elderly man has moved in, he uses a zimmer frame to get around and is not too steady on his feet. We suspect the same bullying has started again, with looking in his windows etc. The council are so useless they will not do anything against them. They seem to not want to act. What can we do to help protect him as I am worried for the poor man?
MC87 - 17-Nov-16 @ 2:07 PM
I have recently been visited by the police on 3 separate occasions because a neighbourgh has reported me for smoking cannabis. This is not true. They won't tell me who's making the reports but still continue to come to my property. Each time they have entered my property they have never smelt any cannabis or had any reason to believe this to be true. I have a 4 year old daughter and they have now said they have to report it to social services who will then speak to her school. It's now affecting my life and causing anxiety and stress when the allegations are not true nor have been founded to be true in anyway. What are my options from here? Is it harrasment? Or is it just one of those things that I have to put up with even though it's making me ill?
Worried - 15-Nov-16 @ 8:24 PM
I have a neighbor who has accused me of sleeping with his wife. He is an army veteran with PTSD. I have great admiration for our veterans BUT my family is getting extremely frustrated! When he first moved in our kids played together we helped them with things around their house etc...When his wife told my wife and I that he thought we were sneaking around things have got crazy.His wife has moved out and he now since May has continuously followed me and my family every where! I get followed to work the grocery store ball games and such. I contacted veteran affairs he denies it and nothing changes. Contacted a lawyer he said nothing can be done he's not caused me any harm or threatened us in anyway so we have no case.The wife is a absolutely no help my wife has tried to contact her and she just calls and yells at him. We need advice we don't know where to go with this it's frustrating and scary my kids aren't allowed to talk to him or his kids. I try to keep an open line of communication which seem to help some he lets me know when he's struggling but it's still a burden for my family I'm ready to move but would that even solve my problem!
Rob - 14-Nov-16 @ 1:10 AM
Hy ex girlfriend from 18 moths ago has just split me and my new partner up by messaging her on Fb saying I'm stalking her and trying to get back with her. Can anyone help me please as so heartbroken because I have lost my soulmate because of this
Heartbroken - 11-Nov-16 @ 3:58 PM
Jessy - Your Question:
What can I do my brother got evicted with his Disabled girlfriend & her 3 kids so I felt bad for them & Opened my house doors for them it's been 7 months & my brother owes me rent from last month all my bills are High and my brother doesn't want to move out his girl is harassing me she knows that she can do anything to me and still get away with it, I'm a single mom of two one of my kids is also Disabled, me trying to help my brother HELP WHAT CAN I DO????

Our Response:
It might be worth seeking advice from a solicitor to see how you can "evict" them. Some solicitors offer a first half hour consultation free of charge so shop around.
ProblemNeighbours - 8-Nov-16 @ 11:15 AM
we live in a council house and all our neighbours are home owners. they have had loud parties in past and have scared my 4 year old daughter. they have abused my partner whilst she has taken my daughter to nursery. we have had to install cctv. the police and local authorities immediately got the justice hub involved and all 3 lots of neighbours refused mediation and could not be forced by the local authorities to do so. recently one lot of neighbours sold and has moved and the other 2 lots of neighbours are now sending emails to my company as i work for the local authority. in regards to having permision to put items from my house on the company van as i carry a waste transfer certificate due to my job. my boss gave me permision to do this. my neighbours are stating that they are tax payers and they have to pay for the heavy squad but im allowed to put items on the van. also i purchased some screen wash and yet when i took it out of the van they had a photo of me and said in there emails i was thieving chemicals from work. but my boss saw in the photo it was screen wash. my boss imformed me that he was gathering all the emails. and he will do a write up on his report and he will give it to me to give to the authorities as the neighbours are trying to set up an entrapment. does this contribute harrasment. as they will not stop.
dal - 7-Nov-16 @ 8:09 PM
I have a question, my neighbor installed noise frequency that only my dog can hear . I stay at home alot & my dog does not bark everyday or night . This neighbor hates me n my dog now because i dared to complain about his loud music at 1:30 AM and now his out to make me uncomfortable. Are those devices legal ?? I live in a uncorporated town & we do have a leash law n such
Mom - 7-Nov-16 @ 7:52 PM
What can I do my brother got evicted with his Disabled girlfriend & her 3 kids so I felt bad for them & Opened my house doors for them it's been 7 months & my brother owes me rent from last month all my bills are High and my brother doesn't want to move out his girl is harassing me she knows that she can do anything to me and still get away with it, I'm a single mom of two one of my kids is also Disabled, me trying to help my brother HELP WHAT CAN I DO????
Jessy - 6-Nov-16 @ 1:13 PM
My husband's ex (the mother of his two children, who are 16 and 13) is continously getting into her son's Facebook page to either spy or start arguments with us or calling and harassing us about one thing or the other, it's getting beyond frustrating is there anything I can do aside from divorcing my husband and getting away from it all.
Missy - 4-Nov-16 @ 12:55 PM
rumpa - Your Question:
It is a four storeyed apartment.The kitchen construction in my apartment is such that the kitchen windows for each floor open on to a common duct. Therefore the sound connected to our cooking activities is clearly audible. I am on the fourth floor and the third and the second floor flats belong to the same family. The first floor is empty.The issue started three years ago with that family when we realized that each time I'm in the kitchen every sound is reciprocated. Later our privacy was also hacked in our bedroom, bathroom etc.We always thought of adjusting as neighbours but they took advantage of our decency. When I retaliated at the end of three years they have threatened that they would file a case against us. I would like to know since the evidence of their nuisance does not have much clarity can I file a case too, on the ground of human rights ?Sulaxana. 18-11-16.

Our Response:
You should seek professional legal advice on this as we don't have all the details.
ProblemNeighbours - 20-Oct-16 @ 11:15 AM
It is a four storeyed apartment.The kitchen construction in my apartment is such that the kitchen windows for each floor open on to a common duct. Therefore the sound connected to our cooking activities is clearly audible. I am on the fourth floor and the third and the second floor flats belong to the same family. The first floor is empty.The issue started three years ago with that family when we realized that each time I'm in the kitchen every sound is reciprocated. Later our privacy was also hacked in our bedroom, bathroom etc.We always thought of adjusting as neighbours but they took advantage of our decency. When I retaliated at the end of three years they have threatened that they would file a case against us. I would like to know since the evidence of their nuisance does not have much clarity can I file a case too, on the ground of human rights ? Sulaxana. 18-11-16.
rumpa - 18-Oct-16 @ 1:52 PM
I was wondering what I could do. I live in a quiet culdiesack and have done for years.Just recently one of my neighbours has been causing distress to me and other neighbours. Ranging from verbal abuse to threatening to kill us all. She and her partner have also used intimidation to get what they want with regards to the parking in our street. We have involved the police and also the local housing authority but nothing has changed. She has now started to accuse various neighbours myself included of actually attacking her or been racist. (The lady in question is asian). None of which is true. The whole Street has got cctv just so we can protect our selves against anymore of her allegations. None of us dare leave our homes without having some sort of recording device incase she attacks us verbally. It's now making us Ill and is affecting our children. We are all at our witts end.
Tizzy - 13-Oct-16 @ 5:50 PM
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