Former Beauty Queen Alleges Brittny And Lisa Gastineau Are Neighbors From Hell
A former beauty queen claims that reality stars Brittny Gastineau and Lisa Gastineau are the neighbors from hell.
Diana Niven Becirovic has filed papers claiming that the pair have been harassing her.
The Blast website report states she made the following allegations - that they have repeatedly wandered into her apartment when drunk and even assaulted her on multiple occasions.
A rep for the Gastineaus said: "Diana Niven Becirovic's allegations against Brittny and Lisa Gastineau are ridiculous, highly defamatory, and malicious. There is no truth to these outlandish claims."
Becirovic claims in August, that Lisa Gastineau walked into her apartment "very intoxicated," wearing pajamas, and requesting alcohol.
She claims Gastineau — who she believes was on ambien— then picked up a bottle of cognac and began drinking from it.
And things got worse as she alleges Gastineau slapped her on the face, which was made more painful by the fact that Becirovic had recently got stitches after a brain surgery.
Becirovic also claims Gastineau stole hundred of pills, clothing and jewelry, and tried to get her evicted, from her apartment as well.
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She revealed that she did not tell her neighbors about her restraining order because she was 'afraid' because they were always drunk.
The former beauty queen alleges that she went for a meal with Brittny in September but she got angry when she refused to buy her more alcohol.
She reveals: "I say 'no' – she got so aggressive accusing me and saying she raised by John Gotti."
Becirovic says that Brittny often shows-up at her apartment dunk and takes her medication, alcohol and clothes.
She was granted a temporary restraining order against both Gastineaus, ordering them to stay five yards away.
There will be a further hearing later this month.
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