I live in a house with room mates. My room is in a basement area, accessible only after climbing half a flight of stairs to access the house, and another half flight down to the basement area. There is also a garage door which, if I were able to use it provides stair free access to my room. My room is in an extension of a gardening indoor operation. It is hot when hot outside, and cold when cold outside. It has 1 small window, 3 walls, 1 plastic tarp wall with a sometimes functional zipper door requiring me to bend over to the floor to open or close my "door". Going into the room requires me to stoop under the zipper, while stepping over a 4" sill, making access extremely difficult and painful.
The paroled felon here falsely claims to all, including his parole
officer, that he is my "caregiver". He doesn't have a clue as to what my disability is, or its treatment, and yet tells all officials he is the "caregiver".
Conditions have become so unlivable...spider infestation seems to be too big a bother for the "caregiver". He told me I should buy the proper materials to build a physical wall and door. And then, he said I should build the wall. I have been disabled with chronic pain in my legs for over 20 years, and this guy is telling me to buy and build a wall to make my room a real room.
The "caregiver" is NOT the landlord...he simply rents a room and collects everyone else's rent.
Is this treatment legal? Is it actionable? Is the "caregiver" allowed to continue his deception? Is the "caregiver" allowed to use deposit money to buy drugs?