Good afternoon Albert,
I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
Actually, it was your employer who truly breached your legal right of privacy by providing information about you which they had no business providing. However, technically so did the landlord by looking into your private affairs without your permission and without good cause, and you may certainty sue the landlord for Invasion of Privacy.
Your landlord broke no laws in asking the status of your employment and lying about you renewing your lease is not in and of itself a crime.
Your landlord certainly does not have the legal right to enter anytime they want---except in case of a bone fide emergency----which a noise in the wall is NOT! That, coupled with the statement that they would enter anytime they pleased could have been a basis to terminate the lease at that point in time---but it is no longer.
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