Bed bugs moved into apartment, landlord wants to raise rent
A Torrance California woman and her daughter have new neighbors by the thousands, bedbugs. They are everywhere.
They asked the landlord for help with extermination, and he said basically, that’s your problem.
They had to come from somewhere, so that narrows down to the daughter or the mother. They must both be saying, “Hey, it wasn’t me.”
Has there been a sleep over? Has anyone stayed at the Days Inn lately? OMG.
I am just making the most of this probable story and adding embellishments, like Fox News.
This is an LA Times story, however.
Now, I bet the bugs are at the mall. Panic.
October 15, 2010 | 8:10 am
A Torrance woman and her daughter say they are being wrongly blamed for a bed bug infestation in their apartment and that their landlord refuses to help.
Sherri Frost says even though they have paid for extermination, the bed bugs are still in every corner of their home. She said that when she discovered the bed bugs, the landlord refused to pay for extermination.
Frost says she paid to have it done herself but as with many bed bug exterminations, it had little effect on the bed bugs.
"When we started seeing babies, that's when I started freaking out," Frost told KTLA.