Inappropriate, Unprofessional, and Criminal

I moved into Amli Lindbergh one year ago, and it seemed nice enough. My partner and I's rent was always on time, the neighborhood was okay, and it was close to some decent restaurants. The difficult part was the awful employees, and the emotional pain that they brought upon my child and I. After one year of living here, while I was out of town, my partner and I broke up and he decided to move me and my child out and move a party buddy from college in. (We are in the 30's age group, so this is clearly not a typically mature situation, but sadly, addiction was in the picture, not on my end). Considering the fact that we were respectful and quiet tenants, we clearly assumed that we had legal rights when it came to collecting our belongings. When we showed up (after being "invited" by the angry ex who moved my child and I out), we soon realized that we were not going to be able to retrieve our belongings amicably, so we asked for peaceful police assistance. I have a young child and we genuinely needed important things: clothes, medicine, legal documents, food and kitchen items, despite the domestic situation. By the time an officer came to assist us, Kimberly of the office staff, who seemed to have carried on an extremely inappropriate friendship with my ex, along with another staff member who also sent him personal text messages, darted out of the building at lightning speed and told the officer that she wanted to trespass me from my very own home. A little background: I have zero criminal record, am well-educated, and am fairly conservative. I made it clear to her and to the officer that I had no interest in causing a scene, and that i just wanted my child's clothing, at bare minimum, and would gladly leave with no dramatic interludes. Kimberly, however, refused to allow this to happen. She frantically insisted upon trespassing me and forfeiting my child and I's belongings under the ruse that despite the fact that I had lived there for a year, she had a dismissed police report that her friend, my ex, had given her (clearly hearsay, as no charges were ever filed), and I was not permitted to enter my home. I said very clearly and respectfully to her: "Kimberly, you have seen me here every day for a year. You say hello to my child. You are fully aware that I live here and am not dangerous, and I would truly just like to get my child and I's clothing and legal documents from my home. This is illegal". She stood there and said "No, I don't know you", and proceeded to tell the officer: "Hold on.. Let me see if I can reach her ex-boyfriend and see if maybe he will give her some stuff" and proceeded to call his telephone on her personal cellphone. A leasing agent that makes inappropriate, personal calls to a tenant after hours and refuses to allow a mother to collect her own child's legal property and government documents? Is this supposed to be normal in Georgia? While I get that he's a charming guy, what this woman and this business did to my child and I is absolutely criminal, and I can only hope that I can retrieve the remainder of our things, amicably. Oh, by the way, Kimberly "personally" entered my home with my former partner, disappeared for a very, very long time, and returned with two suspiciously small bags of clothes. (Considering that I had to wait for nearly and hour and a half to get them). I would never wish for such humiliation and sadness to happen to anyone. Even as my neighbors stood in shock and awe to what Kimberly and my ex did to us, she and he proceeded to illegally evict me and my toddler. I never had an eviction notice, and am crushed as I must now find a new home for my child and I to live in. Thanks, Amli Lindbergh.
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