Earlier this month, the “tenant from hell” finally vacated the guest suite at a Brentwood estate, according to the landlord.
The owner’s attorney, Sebastian Ruzzi, told Insider that Elisabeth Hirschhorn left with police escort. Non-payment of PLN 60,000 after 570 days, legal disputes. hole Rent.
But a mysterious email from Hirschhorn’s lawyer suggests the fight is far from over.
– This is a smear campaign. The headlines are false, Hirschhorn tells Insider in a statement sent by his attorney, Amanda Seward. — This was never a 6-month Airbnb, and we didn’t have an agreed-upon end date of March 19, 2022. I didn’t refuse to pay the rent, I didn’t ask for 100,000. hole I didn’t mention any specific amount for moving out of the apartment, or anything else. I was instructed to remain calm. But people need to learn that the real story is very different from what they hear.
Before moving to the Brentwood location, Hirschhorn was evicted from his $2.6 million mansion in Oakland, California in July 2021, as Insider previously reported.
While Jovanovic was at home on November 3, Hirschhorn was seen taking items in and out of the guest suite at the Brentwood property where he was staying.
When the crew was asked what they were doing, they refused to answer. So Jovanovic called the police, fearing the men were moving in with her unwanted guest.
In the past 18 months, Jovanovic has filed both a damages claim to recover unpaid rent and a wrongful foreclosure lawsuit to initiate eviction proceedings against Hirschhorn.
As Insider previously reported, the unwanted tenant has had some victories in court. The judge ruled that he could not be evicted as the premises were wrongly registered in the rental property list as there was no occupancy certificate and permission to build a shower.
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Although a ruling in Hirshhorn’s favor prevented his eviction, the property was vacated and returned to the landlord in the same condition it was in, according to the petition by Jovanovic’s lawyer.
Jovanovic said it was the police who took Hirshorn off the property.
But Seward, Hirshhorn’s attorney, argues otherwise. The emailed statement tells Insider that Hirshhorn was never removed from the property, refused to pay rent, and instead “chose to move out on her own due to her own safety and risk of severe harassment by her landlord.” Sending false stories about her to the press, her Because of making the details public and going after her and her friends, as well as the conditions in the apartment.”
Within an hour of Hirschhorn driving away, Jovanovic changed the locks.
An endless legal battle
The problem began five months after Hirschhorn went to the guest suite and requested repairs to the electrical outlets that had stopped working. When Jovanovic went to fix them, he found damage and mold in the bathroom sink. He wanted to take care of it and let Hirschhorn stay in a hotel while repairs were made, but he refused. So he invites her to his guest room, but she also refuses, saying she is allergic to cat hair.
Jovanovic says Hirschhorn paid five months’ rent when she initially rented the $105 apartment. per night, but in April 2022 she stopped paying. She then contacted housing inspector Pedro Gonzalez, claiming she was facing illegal eviction, harassment from her landlord, and a lack of funds.
Hirschhorn refused and demanded 100,000 from Jovanovic. dollars, according to the Times. Jovanovic later sued him for “improperly inviting” her to visit his home.
Hirschhorn also filed a report with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety. The department found two code violations at his rental home. A certificate of approval for use and permission to install the shower are involved.
“His client went to the housing department only after Jovanovic tried to evict Ms. Hirschhorn with one week’s notice in mid-March 2022, and after she paid the next month’s rent as agreed, she kept the extended lease,” Hirschhorn’s attorney told Insider. He’s paid nearly $24,000 in rent a year since moving in.”
Jovanovic was forced to withdraw his eviction notices until he could prove to the city that his campus was operating within regulations. He says Hirschhorn didn’t let him in to complete any repairs.
Although Jovanovic plans to get the necessary permits to rent the place out again, for now she plans to use it as a recreational space for her two children.
“We need to get rid of the bad energy and make this place a happy, family place again,” he told the portal.
But after he left, Hirschhorn’s lawyer said in a Nov. 4 email Jovanovic “overreacted” by changing the locks.
“Ms. Hirschhorn has discussed with me the continuing harassment and the need to address matters that need to be refreshed,” Hirschhorn’s lawyer, Seward, wrote in an email to Jovanovic’s lawyer. “Be informed that you have no right to change the locks or treat the premises as abandoned. Also, you broke the law by trespassing“.
Jovanovic’s attorney thinks the idea of Hirshhorn returning to the apartment is absurd, and told Insider that his client wants the rent back from the woman.
“The attorney’s announcement that his client is considering moving back into the apartment is a sign of the rush and dysfunction in the real estate industry that is under attack from scammers who are terrorizing friendly landlords like Sasha,” Rousey said in an emailed statement to Insider. : “The good news is that she didn’t get a penny. Elizabeth Hirschhorn had no reason to intimidate Sasha. So she got 570 days of free housing, making the landlord’s life worse. Her arguments regarding her supposed right to stay on the premises are ridiculous.
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