Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
alert-–-exclusive:-serial-squatter-elizabeth-hirschhorn-is-spotted-on-dinner-date-with-mystery-man-–-just-hours-after-locksmith-was-seen-at-the-home-she-has-refused-to-leaveAlert – EXCLUSIVE: Serial squatter Elizabeth Hirschhorn is spotted on dinner date with mystery man – just hours after locksmith was seen at the home she has refused to leave

Serial squatter Elizabeth Hirschhorn has been spotted on a dinner date with a mystery man in Santa Monica, California. 

The Thursday evening restaurant date came just hours after locksmiths were seen at the Los Angeles home where Hirschhorn, who first moved into the guesthouse in 2021, is camped out and refusing to leave.

The 55-year-old was spotted sitting opposite her date, who sported a salmon pink shirt khaki pants and stylish black glasses. 

The pair looked relaxed in each other’s company with Hirschhorn, wearing a black top and jeans, at one point throwing her head back in laughter.

They left the restaurant together and got into the same car, in which they kissed, before the unidentified date drove Hirschhorn back to the rental she is still living in. 

Serial squatter Elizabeth Hirschhorn has been spotted on a dinner date with a mystery man in Santa Monica, California

 The 55-year-old was spotted sitting opposite her date, who sported a salmon pink shirt khaki pants and stylish black glasses

The script writer, moved into the guesthouse of Sascha Jovanovic’s Brentwood home in September 2021.

She initially rented the property through Airbnb for six months, paying $20,793 for 187 nights.

Jovanovic agreed with Hirschhorn to extend her tenancy for one month, but Hirschhorn has since refused to move out. 

They made the deal directly, which Airbnb says means they are not legally responsible for the dispute.

The pair have been battling through the courts, with Hirschhorn insisting that it was unsafe to move out during the COVID-19 pandemic, and saying that the rental property was not up to LA city regulations.

Her latest salvo, through her lawyers, is to seek $100,000 from Jovanovic, in return for her moving out.

On Thursday, locksmiths were seen at the Brentwood property – though it’s unclear why they were called.

Jovanovic told The Los Angeles Times last month that he was scared in his own home, with a ‘hostile’ Hirschhorn living on the property.

The Thursday evening restaurant date came just hours after locksmiths were seen at the Los Angeles home where Hirschhorn is camped out and refusing to leave

They left the restaurant together and got into the same car after which the unidentified date drove Hirschhorn back to the rental she is still living in

The pair looked relaxed in each other’s company with Hirschhorn, wearing a black top and jeans, at one point throwing her head back in laughter

The pair got into the same car after which the unidentified date drove Hirschhorn back to the rental she is still living in

 The script writer, moved into the guesthouse of Sascha Jovanovic’s Brentwood home in September 2021 where she is still living 

‘I can never go into my home and know that I’m safe when a potentially hostile person is living there,’ he said.

‘I’m thinking about it at all times.’

He added: ‘I tried to be a kind host. I had no idea she would become what she has become.’

Hirschhorn has called the police to complain about noise from Joavnovic’s adolescent children, and accused him in her lawsuit of blocking access to her mail, because he refused to share the mailbox.

‘It’s like a war where no bullets are flying. Every time I open the door, I’m afraid she’ll be leaving at the same time,’ he said.

‘Her door is a few feet from my daughter’s bedroom. We don’t sleep well anymore.

‘Psychologically, it affects you. It never leaves my mind.’

One of Hirschorn’s attorneys, Colin Walshok, told the paper: ‘The landlord broke the law and tried to make money by renting out an illegal bootleg unit.

Airbnb host Sascha Jovanovic approved a six-month stay for Hirschhorn from September 13, 2021 to March 19, 2022 – a total of 187 nights that she later extended to April 12, 2022. She is yet to move out

Hirschhorn (right) has now been dubbed ‘America’s worst Airbnb renter’ after it emerged she was demanding $100,000 to vacate the home of host Sascha  Jovanovic (left)

Locksmiths are seen on Thursday at the Brentwood house where the ‘tenant from hell’, squatter Elizabeth Hirschhorn, is refusing to leave

A locksmith is seen at the Brentwood house on Thursday, though its unclear why they were called

The home owner has been trying to get his tenant evicted since April 2022

‘After he was caught, instead of doing the right thing, he has resorted to bullying, harassment and the filing of frivolous lawsuits containing elaborate false stories, all in attempt to cover his tracks.’

Sebastian Rucci, an attorney representing Jovanovic, called Hirschhorn ‘the tenant from hell’.

He added: ‘If she’s right, the theory is that if a landlord has something that isn’t permitted, then you can stay in it rent-free forever.’

Two months before moving to the Brentwood property, Hirschhorn was kicked out of a $2.6million rental in Oakland, California.

She cited Covid-19 in that case as well, before eventually settling in July 2021.

Hirschhorn previously lived in Pasadena, California, and in Tucson, Arizona, with her elderly parents.

An unknown woman was spotted talking to the locksmith crews as the visited the California home

Oakland property: Court filings obtained by AlertContent.com reveal Hirschhorn was involved in a similar squatting dispute at this cottage she sublet in 2019. The case was settled just two months before she moved into her current rental 

Court filings reveal the current Brentwood tenant-landlord dispute is strikingly similar to the Oakland case, which also saw Hirschhorn embroiled in a dispute over cleaning, with the man from whom she initially sublet the property moving out due to her ‘hostile behavior’, leaving her alone in the house where she continued to stay despite having no tenancy agreement and paying no rent.

Hirschhorn also recently settled another dispute – this time over an unpaid $19,000 American Express credit card bill.

As in the other cases, she countersued claiming she wasn’t liable for the full amount.

She was ordered to pay both the bill and AMEX’s legal costs by a Los Angeles judge in April.

Calls, texts and emails to Hirschhorn by AlertContent.com regarding both her current situation and her previous property dispute went unanswered.

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