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Woman shares horrifying footage of neighbor repeatedly 'harassing' her, trying to break in her home

Woman shares horrifying footage of neighbor repeatedly 'harassing' her, trying to break in her home

A young woman shared horrific images of her male neighbor allegedly “harassing” her and attempting to break into her home by punching a hole through her wall.

The US-based woman named Maddy, who uses the username @MaddyPanic on TikTok, became terrified after she claimed her neighbor started knocking on her door and tried to enter her apartment.

She said the man – who lives opposite her – “stalked” her for “months” before trying to enter her home – leaving a giant crack in her wall from which he was reportedly trying to break through.

According to Maddy, the unnamed man would stand at her door, rattling her doorknob and writing messages for her, raising fears for her safety without help from authorities.

Maddy claimed she was so scared that she always slept with a “machete” near her and installed extra locks and alarms around her house.

She said she eventually filed an anti-stalking warrant against him, but she claimed police told her they were taking “reactive measures” and not “precautions” and could do nothing to prevent his behaviour.

A young woman shared horrifying footage of her male neighbor allegedly 'harassing' her and trying to break into her home by punching a hole through her wall

A young woman shared horrifying footage of her male neighbor allegedly ‘harassing’ her and trying to break into her home by punching a hole through her wall

The US-based woman named Maddy became terrified after she claimed her neighbor started knocking on her door and tried to enter her apartment.

The US-based woman named Maddy became terrified after she claimed her neighbor started knocking on her door and tried to enter her apartment.

She said the man - who lives across the hall from her -

She said the man – who lives across the hall from her – “stalked” her for months before trying to enter her house – leaving a giant crack in her wall.

She said she wanted to

Her videos quickly went viral, with the most popular getting over six million views in just a few days

She said she wanted to “publicly document” these actions in case something bad happened – so she uploaded the whole thing to TikTok, where it quickly went viral

Explaining her rationale for sharing her neighbor’s videos on TikTok, Maddy said she wanted to “publicly document” these actions “just in case” something bad happened; her clips have been viewed more than six million times in just a few days.

‘What it’s like to be a single woman. My neighbor has been harassing me for months. I reported him several times. Publicly document just in case,” Maddy wrote in her first video, in which the unnamed man stood outside her door and knocked loudly.

In one video, she showed the unnamed man standing outside her door and knocking loudly before cutting a clip of her doorknob rattling as if someone was trying to enter her apartment.

In one video, she showed the unnamed man standing outside her door and knocking loudly before cutting a clip of her doorknob rattling as if someone was trying to enter her apartment.

It then cut to a clip of her doorknob rattling as if someone was trying to get into her apartment — as the man could hear incoherent things muttering on the other side of the door.

“Can’t wait to get out of this apartment,” she captioned the caption.

In a follow-up video, Maddy claimed she had reported it to the police and her apartment complex, but they told her there wasn’t much they could do.

“My apartment complex says if it happens again in 30 days, then they can do something,” she explained.

“Police say it’s up to the landlord to evict the man. My lease expires in September, so you can bet I’ll be leaving here in September.’

Maddy added that she sleeps with “a machete” nearby, in case he finds a way into her apartment.

“I’m trying to protect myself. I know it’s serious, you guys are driving me crazy,” she continued.

“I called the police, I talked to my landlord, I called my brothers to scare the man. I don’t know what you want from me, but I do my best. I promise you that.’

In a follow-up video, Maddy claimed she had reported it to the police and her apartment complex, but they told her there wasn't much they could do

In a follow-up video, Maddy claimed she had reported it to the police and her apartment complex, but they told her there wasn’t much they could do

A third video, captured by her Ring Camera, showed the unnamed neighbor putting up a sign outside his door that read,

A third video, captured by her Ring Camera, showed the unnamed neighbor putting up a sign outside his door that read, “Don’t hate us today man – hooked up.”

The sign contained an image of a smiley face

He also wrote on a piece of tape above the board: 'Warning!  Oppression kills.  don't turn on'

The sign contained an image of a smiley face. He also wrote on a piece of tape above the board: ‘Warning! Oppression kills. don’t turn on’

Things escalated two days later when the man reportedly punched a hole in Maddy's wall.  She showed the big tear but didn't share any other details about how he made the cut

Things escalated two days later when the man reportedly punched a hole in Maddy’s wall. She showed the big tear but didn’t share any other details about how he made the cut

Maddy revealed she has a “door stopper” that “sets off an alarm” if someone “triggers it.”

She then claimed that she filed an anti-stalking injunction, also known as a PFS injunction, against him

She then claimed that she filed an anti-stalking injunction, also known as a PFS injunction, against him

She also had an extra lock on her door and bought a Ring Camera to keep a closer eye on her surroundings.

A third video, captured by her Ring Camera, showed the unnamed neighbor putting up a sign outside his door that read, “Don’t hate us today man – hooked up,” along with a photo of a smiley face.

He also wrote on a piece of tape above the board: ‘Warning! Oppression kills. Don’t turn it on.’

“I have no idea what the note is supposed to mean, but I’m documenting every weird thing this guy does from now on,” Maddy captioned the video.

Things escalated two days later when the man reportedly punched a hole in Maddy’s wall. She shared a clip showing the large crack in her wall, but didn’t share any other details about how he made the cut.

“F**king psycho just punched a hole in my wall – police are on their way,” she captioned the caption.

However, according to Maddy, the police did nothing about her complaints.  She said they came and talked to the neighbor for a while, then left?

However, according to Maddy, the police did nothing about her complaints. She said they came and talked to the neighbor for a while, then left?

Woman shares horrifying footage of neighbor repeatedly 'harassing' her, trying to break in her home

Woman shares horrifying footage of neighbor repeatedly 'harassing' her, trying to break in her home

“Even with property damage, even with the months of stalking, even with footage of him trying to break into my apartment — none of that is enough to get the man locked up,” she said.

In a final video, Maddy revealed she had moved on and was much happier in her new apartment, adding that she had

'Women - protect yourself', she concluded

In a final video, Maddy revealed she had moved on and was much happier in her new apartment, adding that she had “no updates” to give and that it was “end of the saga.”

She then claimed that she had filed an anti-stalking injunction, also known as a PFS injunction, against him.

However, according to Maddy, the police did nothing about her complaints.

“I have applied for a PFS warrant,” she wrote in a TikTok, which showed two police officers knocking on her neighbor’s door.

“Chat with me quickly,” you heard someone say from outside the man’s apartment.

Then he opened his door and yelled, “What? Goodbye,” before closing it again.

That’s literally all the police have done. He yelled at them and they walked away,’ Maddy said.

“They said they are not taking precautions, but reactive measures.

“So even with property damage, even with the months of reported stalking, even with the footage of him trying to break into my apartment, even with the fact that he has arrest warrants in another state—none of that is enough to make the man to lock up. So he is still free.

“The apartment complex said they would try to evict him,” she continued. “I’m in a new apartment, I’ve got my baseball bat, I’ve got some big knives and several cans of wasp spray.”

In a final video, Maddy revealed she was much happier in her new apartment, adding that she had “no updates” to give and that it was “end of the saga.”

“Women – protect yourself,” she concluded.

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