Q: Is it illegal to bother a dog walker when they are at work? Can I sue a man for lying to managment to get me kicked out?
Im a dog walker in Manhattan. Experienced and tax paying LLC. An old nasty man who is a resident of one of the buildings I service once lied to building management to get me kicked out so I cant walk dogs in that building. He claims I pushed him outside nearby. I didn't, he didn't make any police report and he was lying and nervous about it. he just wanted to get me kicked out of the building I service and he lives in. Mngmt. ignored him. Movingon I had an argument with a post office worker who hurt a dog. We resolved the issue but the nast old man came over out of nowhere to intervene saying I'm a crazy man, and that I belong in an asylum. He said he was going to call police and tell them I punched him even though he had nothing to do with the post office worker argument I had. I told him to go ahead and file a false report. It will backfire on him. He walked away. Can I report this random harrasment as a crime? If someone bothers me constantly and jeopardizes my job, illegal?
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