The definition of harassment, from the Free Online Law Dictionary:
harassment (either harris-meant or huh-rass-meant) n. the act of systematic and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group, including threats and demands. The purposes may vary, including racial prejudice, personal malice, an attempt to force someone to quit a job or grant sexual favors, apply illegal pressure to collect a bill, or merely gain sadistic pleasure from making someone fearful or anxious. Such activities may be the basis for a lawsuit if due to discrimination based on race or sex, a violation on the statutory limitations on collection agencies, involve revenge by an ex-spouse, or be shown to be a form of blackmail ("I'll stop bothering you, if you'll go to bed with me"). The victim may file a petition for a "stay away" (restraining) order, intended to prevent contact by the offensive party. A systematic pattern of harassment by an employee against another worker may subject the employer to a lawsuit for failure to protect the worker. (See: harass, sexual harassment)
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Nope, the definition doesn't fit.
All I did was post her own words, that she herself had actually previously posted to the blog. I called her no names, did not attack her, just spoke of her actions, and actually agreed with her right to evict me.
Update: Well, I've just been screamed at and called a manipulative bitch, and now the police are supposedly being called to remove me.
I can't find that I care about the "stuff" any more. I just need a safe place to stay.
We'll have to see how this plays out.
Methinks someone has trouble with the truth.
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