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I had two tenants from hell – they left the place uninhabitable, full of cockroaches and smelling “unbearable”.

A FED-UP landlady has claimed her home was left in ruins after her tenants moved out.

The house had significant damage and some items had to be completely replaced.

The tenants allegedly left a mess without paying anything

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The tenants allegedly left a mess without paying anythingCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck
A broken toilet was among the items that needed to be replaced

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A broken toilet was among the items that needed to be replacedCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck

The homeowner who shared the Video on her TikTok claimed, “So my tenants left my apartment like this. Mind you, I should come over and take a tour with them.

“The first day I went over they told me they would be gone tomorrow but they would make sure to pay me.

“And also that they would have everything cleaned up.

“But as you can see, they left my apartment in a mess.”

The major messes left at the townhouse included a broken toilet, badly soiled carpets, and trash strewn across the floors of all rooms.

According to the landlord, only two tenants lived there.

The woman underlined how dire the situation was by highlighting how the neighbors were playing their part.

“The neighbors said, how are you? I know it’s horrible in there.

“We stopped by once and the stench was just unbearable.”

The homeowner also claimed that large cockroaches roamed around as she moved objects.

“I was scared as fuck, y’all,” she referred to the roaches.

“Greetings to my cousin. She did a good job cleaning the apartment. As if I couldn’t have done it. I would have choked and all.”

Despite her cousin’s great job, the carpets were still badly soiled even after a cleaning company came in and worked on it.

The desperate landlord decided to make the best of a bad situation and get new carpets and a remodel to add bedrooms to the house.

“It’s a bliss in adversity, it is what it is. I hope they get what they deserve because they had nothing to do with leaving my place like that,” she assured.

The comments were filled with likeable TikTok users.

“Why are people like this, I’m so sorry you’re going through this,” said one.

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Another concerned user commented, “Why are people doing this? When I rented, I left my apartments immaculate. I’m sorry that happened! You all cleaned it well.”

“It’s so insignificant,” another interjected.

Every room in the house was left in a mess

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Every room in the house was left in a messCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck
The homeowner claimed that there were large cockroaches in the house

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The homeowner claimed that there were large cockroaches in the houseCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck
Even after Stanley Steemer cleaned the carpets, they remained soiled

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Even after Stanley Steemer cleaned the carpets, they remained soiledCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck
The landlord's cousin saved the day by cleaning the apartment thoroughly

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The landlord’s cousin saved the day by cleaning the apartment thoroughlyCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck
The landlord is planning to replace the carpets in the house and do some renovations

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The landlord is planning to replace the carpets in the house and do some renovationsCredit: TikTok/Mstetuck

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