A gorgeous influencer is being hounded by neighbours in Germany who have reminded her that house rules say no loud laughter after 10pm.
Leyla Lahouar, 27, who is a contestant on the German edition of The Bachelor and who has over 47,500 followers on Instagram, has not even lived in her flat for two months, but she is already having run-ins with her neighbours.
The pretty brunette from Frankfurt said that she has received anonymous letters saying that her life is too loud.
She said: “Recently, an anonymous note came to me: I shouldn’t hold any more meetings on the balcony after 10pm. My laugh is too loud.”
One of the notes reportedly read: “Your unspeakable, indescribable laughter is so loud, extreme, unbearable and intolerable. From 10pm. There is a quiet time according to the house rules.”
She said that she received a second note complaining that she was too loud on her balcony but said that it was cold and raining and she “wasn’t even home”.
It reportedly read: “Be quiet in the flat! After long, reckless balcony meetings and telephoning on the balcony into the night. It was quiet in the condominium before.”
The shock influencer said: “I rang off all the residents of the house because I would like to know who exactly bothers me that I laugh. I enjoy life and laugh, what should I do? Sure, my laughter is loud, but what is accused of me is not true.”
She was even asked by one neighbour to add a door to her living room, with them complaining that she was too loud on her phone.
But Leyla said: “I have to live in my apartment. And if the walls are thin, it’s not my fault.”
She also said: “That’s going too far. I’ve been with my mother a lot lately. It was pouring rain, I couldn’t do anything on the balcony in this weather. Even on days when I wasn’t in Frankfurt, I was accused of having parties. Complaints are being made for no reason.”
The young woman also said that somebody had been tampering with her car relate, twisting her windscreen wipers.
But Leyla is not going to let herself be intimidated, saying: “I’ll find out who’s doing this. And I will continue to live in my apartment like a human being, otherwise, I would have moved to a retirement home.”