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Supreme Court judge has ordered a Burnaby condo owner to stop using his property for business purposes after neighbours alleged the unit was being used for "prostitution related activities. Complaints about the unit began in August , when residents of the building located at Bartlett Court, near Lougheed Town Centre, noticed men of all ages and backgrounds frequenting the condo, according to four affidavits written by three residents at the tower.
At the time, Diopita allegedly told the building's caretaker his girlfriend was operating a tattoo parlour out of the unit, court documents show. The strata claims Diopita did not stop the commercial activities when asked to. A year later, the owner of neighbouring unit reported several disturbances, including an incident involving a "hysterical" young woman he allegedly heard telling Diopita, "I can't do this anymore.
I can't do this anymore. According to court documents, the neighbour also reported hearing conversations about sexual acts, drug use and money. The neighbour also noticed similarities between furniture seen in an online listing for the condo and items seen in online advertisements for escort services in the Lougheed area. It was the same bedspread, the same bed, the same artwork and so the court was satisfied…You could draw the inference that these young ladies were offering their services in this particular unit," Hamilton said.
In their petition, strata members asked the court to order Diopita to sell the property within 90 days, effectively forcing him out of the building. So far, he has only been ordered to stop using the condo for business purposes. He did not appear in court Wednesday. According to a email filed as evidence in the suit, he told the building's manager he had moved to Ohio. While neighbours might be shocked to discover this kind of behaviour in their buildings, Hamilton said it might be more common than many people think.
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