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Good afternoon. I am sorry to hear about what you are going through and certainly understand. Did you provide them notice, in writing, the need to cure all the violations? Also, what State is this in?
Yes, if you want you can request a call and an expert can speak with you.
As a renter, you needed to get permission from the landlord/owner prior to subleasing. If you did not, you can be in violation of the lease and they can evict you, along with the current tenant and sue you for any damages/costs, as well. Ideally, you will provide the tenant with a notice to cure the issues or vacate. If they fail to do so, then you would need to proceed through the court and evict them. If you went to the company for help, they may evict ALL parties, so that is really a last effort, if they continue to cause damage and will only increase your liability for damages and costs incurred.