This audio file predates the Shitstead. I’m not certain which house this was, but it was in Kentucky.
The point of going into this is to focus on a couple of things.
First, this is not their first rodeo with CPS. It’s happened regularly.
Second, Nicole has been an ass for a long, long time. This is more of her strident bullying voice talking over the other person and declaring her “rights.”
Loud knocking at door.
Nicole (speaking to child, I think, in a low voice): Go back in (unclear). Go.
Landlord: I just want to do a house inspection.
Nicole: I told you already, that when you called the CPS this morning, that they came by and did an inspection and if you have any questions, you can ask them, or you can give me a two-day notice that you want to come do an inspection.
Landlord: No, we agreed. . .
Nicole: Kentucky law says you have to give me a two-day notice. Other than that, I don’t know what else to tell you.
Landlord: It also says when you’re behind on your rent. . .
Nicole: Yeah, three days late, that’s about it, and it takes more than. . . file an eviction. That’s fine. We’re moving. I’ll give you a notice right now. We’re moving, because we have a window that doesn’t have a window. You told me six months ago you would fix. We’ve had plumbing problems, we’ve had all kinds of problems. You keep saying you’ll come by, there’s a leak in the wall, you say you’ll come by, you say you’ll come by and you don’t.
[Loud music begins playing.]
Nicole: I literally have (unclear). I have a window here that she says she’s going to fix. And yet, (unclear). That’s not good. That is a (unclear).
Landlord: I just want to look.
Nicole: You can give me a condemn notice and you can come back with (unclear) lady or whoever else that . .
Landlord: No, I . . .
Nicole: The law says two day notice. Other than that, you need a warrant to (unclear). You don’t have a lease. We don’t have a lease.
Landlord: We had a lease.
Nicole: You’ve never sent me a lease, we don’t have a lease, we’ve never had a lease. You don’t have anything signed by me. You need to give me a two-day notice. That’s what Kentucky state law says. If you want to speak to the two officers and the social services lady that was here this morning.
Landlord: I just want to see my. . .