His tenants leave him an extremely unsanitary house


An owner from Longueuil fell from the clouds when she found her house “even dirtier than a dump” this week, she who now intends to sue the couple who caused this state of extreme unsanitaryness.

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“Our beautiful house has become a disaster. It’s a disaster. Everything is torn out and there is excrement everywhere. These people are sick, ”drops Sabrina Badene, looking at the dozens of garbage bags around her.


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

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She admits that she no longer recognized her charming house on rue Rouville in Longueuil on Friday when she saw the deplorable state of the house after its tenants took to their heels.


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

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The floors were covered in feces from the couple’s pets, who lived with a dog, a cat, two ferrets and a squirrel. Electrical outlets, pieces of flooring and moldings were torn off.


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

MARIO BEAUREGARD/QMI AGENCY

The cut threads


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

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“They even stuck chewing gum everywhere so that we put our hands in it when moving the furniture. They cut the cable to the oven and the dehumidifier so that we could no longer use them”, says the owner with disgust.


On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants.  On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

Mario Beauregard / QMI Agency /

On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants. On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

the Log noted on the spot that there was a strong smell of droppings, urine and rotting food. During our visit, Sabrina Badene had already taken out dozens of bags with the garbage left by the former tenants. The latter also filled the shed with waste, now overflown by a cloud of flies in the backyard. Not far from there, two syringes were found in the lawn.


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

MARIO BEAUREGARD/QMI AGENCY


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

MARIO BEAUREGARD/QMI AGENCY

“We broke a wall inside to get in because they never gave us the keys,” laments the one who now estimates the damage at tens of thousands of dollars and who will not be able to re-let her house for several months. .


On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants.  On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

Mario Beauregard / QMI Agency /

On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants. On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

no remorse


On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants.  On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

Mario Beauregard / QMI Agency /

On the left, the state of the house before the arrival of the tenants. On the right, the state in which the owner found her home after her tenants took to their heels last week.

Mme Badene assures that she will sue the couple at the Administrative Housing Tribunal to seek compensation. Its purpose is also to warn the owners against its former tenants, Cynthia Lagacé and Jean-François Haché.


GEN-Sabrina Badene, owner and victim of unsanitary tenants in Longueuil.

Cynthia Lagacé / Jean-Francois Haché

Contacted about this, Ms.me Lagacé says he has no remorse. She, her husband and two daughters decided to leave Quebec this week to settle in a new property in Edmonton, Alberta. “When I returned to the accommodation, there was already a very advanced problem of insalubrity. So, I don’t feel bad at all, ”insisted the mother of the family.

But the owner persists and signs. “She moved into clean, not unsanitary accommodation. [il y a un an]. They are the ones who did all this vandalism,” she adds.

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