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My fiancée is having an issue with her upstairs neighbor. The woman who lives above her is noisy beyond belief. She stomps around her apartment and never seems to stop moving throughout the day. She has her kids part-time who are both young and spend most of their days running around, jumping off of furniture, and throwing themselves on the floor. My fiancée has complained to the apartment complex about the noise level twice, she has been warned twice, and has refused to change her ways. The apartment complex made her get rid of a dog she had who would spend all day barking as well.
Now she has taken to following my fiancée in the parking lot, greeting her repeatedly, saying things to provoke a response from my fiancée and generally just being obnoxious to illicit acknowledgement from my fiancée. She has also pointed her out to her children loudly, making sure that she could be heard, saying "That's her" and "She's the one", in regards to the complaints and the removal of the pet, I'm sure. What can she do? Is this considered harassment? Is the noise problem considered nuisance as it's been addressed and not dealt with? Can the fact that she was followed to her car by this woman be considered stalking?
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