FYI: Here’s Why You Should Think Twice Before Renting a Room To a Stripper

Published on July 6, 2014

Hey folks.  Are you looking for a tenant for that new spare room?  You are?  Well, you might reconsider letting a stripper occupy your domicile after reading and viewing this article. Enjoy.

A California homeowner says her Shadow Hills house has turned into a battleground in her drawn-out war against her stripper tenant.

The woman, who gave her name only as Carrie, told the station KTLA that for the past six months, her family, which includes her 5-year-old son, have been living in fear.

According to the homeowner, she spent $40,000 trying to get rid of the squatter who allegedly has been trying to force the family out of their own dwelling.

It all started two years ago when Carrie rented out a room to 26-year-old Sara Rogers for $1,500 a month.

Rogers, who used a different last name on the lease claiming that she was going through a divorce, told her landlady that she was a student who worked as a stripper at Deja vu Afterhours in downtown Los Angeles to pay her way through college.

The relationship between the tenant and the homeowners got off to a good start, but in late 2013 Carrie said Rogers invited some friends to move in with her, got a cat and started making a racket at night.

‘The screaming, the spanking, the moaning … that would wake the dead and my 5-year-old,’ Carrie recalled.

Read more: Daily Mail