The tenant (pictured) claimed she had done nothing wrong during her rental of the apartment at Rices, St Philip. (Picture by Xtra Vision Photography.)
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That was the cry of the tenant at the centre of a dispute with her former St Philip landlord as she vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
Sandra Walkes, a resident at Lot 42, Rices, St Philip, had complained that her tenant at the time had refused to pay her rent and move out despite being served with two eviction notices.
And when the tenant eventually moved, Walkes said she left owing her over three months’ rent. Additionally, she complained that the apartment had been left in a horrible state.
But in an interview with the WEEKEND NATION, the tenant, who requested anonymity, said she had done no wrong.
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