Disruptive tenant removed

Disruptive tenant removed

A waste-filled home in Seville Grove is being vacated and renovated. Photograph – Aaron Van Rongen.

A disruptive Seville Grove public housing tenant has been moved from her home.

The Riverside Lane tenant was revealed by The Examiner in March to have trashed her property, with bags of waste littered around the home.

Yesterday the house was being cleared of waste and the Housing Authority, which operates public housing across Western Australia, said the home would soon be supplied to a new tenant.

“The tenant at the [Riverside Lane] property has vacated,” it said.

“It [the home] will now undergo regular maintenance and be allocated to the next applicant on the wait list.”

On March 29 The Examiner revealed the disruptive tenant, believed to be in her 40s, had filled her house with rubbish bags that spewed out take-away packaging, kitchen waste, appliances and broken toys.

A resident who wished to remain anonymous said the tenant had allegedly been involved in hooning and a 2am car firebombing outside the property.