Her complaint alleges “[Henderson] permits his Chihuahuas to bark in a manner that is offensive, constant, continuous and incessant, loudly enough to be heard outside of his apartment, as well as in [Taylor’s] apartment.” She insists that the barking starts around 6:30 and continues through the day. She blames the yapping for worsening her chronic back pain. “On mornings when [Henderson’s] Chihuahuas awaken [Taylor], her pain increases exponentially so that she experiences agonizing, acute back pain even before standing and taking her first step of the day and finds herself unable to go back to sleep.”
She also accused Henderson of writing a letter of complaint to the management of The Olmstead in which he threatens to sue Taylor for her alleged harassment: “the letter is offensive in style and content because it is intentionally written in the manner of a criminal court complaint, while at the same time giving a physical description of [Taylor] which is deliberately worded in such a way as to portray [Taylor] as a criminal perpetrator,.” The letter also caused her back pain.
It is unclear how Taylor’s back pain will increase with the likely dismissal of her lawsuit or when Henderson trades his two Chihuahuas for St. Bernards.
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