Hi /adv/ just wondering what direction I should take with this issue that's come up with my flatmate/tenant.
First off, I own the property, she pays me rent, her boyfriend stays over often and contributes to the bills. We're kinda good friends, we smoke weed together and chill and watch TV a lot.
Both me and her bf have full time jobs. She doesn't work. Says she can't because of depression and is on welfare for this. She's the open relationship type and used to bring dudes home and this would usually cause some sort of issue between us. I haven't been aware of here bringing anyone (apart from her bf) home for over a year now.
I found some ads online that I recognise as my flatmate/tenant offering guys sexual services with our shared accommodation as the hosting spot. She is asking for money in these ads.
I'm not cool with this at all. Should I tell her boyfriend about it first or just go directly to her?
Makes sense... I was hoping to get more backup in the form of her BF but if he pussies out or is okay with it then it'll backfire.
My flat mates BF actually told me ages ago that he saw a woman I did some erotic portraits for on this page. I couldn't sleep and I was looking to see if any of my photos where on there. DESU most of it looks likes spam, but when I saw my small town listed on an ad or stood out.
>is depressed and cannot work
>can prostitute herself online and in her own home
But seriously, if this is your property, shut her down. Being the owner of a brother doesn't look good at all.
Yeah, she's gonna fight tooth and nail with me and have a big fucking argument. She isn't going to make the process easy no matter what the outcome.
Wish me luck guys.. I'll have to wait for a moment when her BF is not around.
I hold her that I was upset and disappointed in her, and that she had broken my trust.
That I understood she has issues with money but she needs to stop doing what she's doing here.
She apologised and stressed that is was only taking place in her room, and not the rest of the living space. Had to tell her that outside the moral and ethical issues, and my personal opinions, there is a massive legal and security risk involved. Not just with this apartment, but with her own safety as well.
She said she can't afford to stay here if she stops doing it. I told her that she has to find another option. If she wants to keep making money that way, move out or do it elsewhere like a hotel.
Thank god she didn't get mad or angry. Just upset and probably now stressed.
Gotta keep an eye on things and maybe help her out finding a job that suits her.
Her boyfriend was there for most of the conversation and didn't say anything.