- A landlord who has been identified only as Efo is demanding that his female tenant moves out of his house for breaking their 'sex for rent' agreement
- The lady reportedly agreed to exchange sex for rent but later changed her mind
- Now, the landlord insists the lady has failed her part of her deal and wants her out
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A landlord who has been identified only as Efo and his female tenant currently have tension between them over a 'sex for rent' agreement.
The two reportedly are at a crossroads because of the said agreement that has gone bad.
According to a report by Rainbow Radio’s Prince Collins Bening, the landlord, Efo, went into an agreement with his female tenant to waiver her rent in exchange for sex.
However, the verbal agreement has gone bad after the lady decided that she was no longer interested.
She would rather pay cash instead of constantly exchanging sex for rent.
However, her decision to walk away from the verbal agreement to physical cash has reportedly angered the landlord who insists he enjoys sex with her.
The landlord has asked the female tenant to move out and this has created tension between them.
According to Prince, the ‘‘landlord has also been jealous because the tenant has been bringing in men into her room’’
Although the landlord has told his wife about the agreement he had with his tenant, he insists that ''the tenant has failed her part of her agreement and [he] wants her to move out”.
Prince affirmed that the issue had been sent to the police and rent control but it is yet to be resolved.
In a related story, YEN.com.gh had reported that a landlord identified as Nathan Nichols of Main in USA, has waived off the rent of his tenants because of the pandemic.
According to wnd.com, Nathan Nichols, who owns two units in South Portland, decided to give his tenants the rent relief because the coronavirus outbreak has put his tenants in financial distress.
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