Mother Finds Security Cameras Inside Rental Home

Mother Finds Security Cameras Inside Rental Home

Upon learning that her new rental home had internal security cameras, a single mother revealed her horror.

The mother-of-five had a difficult time finding a suitable home in Brisbane and had agreed to lease a house without having seen it.

Days before moving in, she claimed, was the first time she learned about the cameras, which she worried were watching her.

“Nobody is watching, so we don’t know. Even if we cover the cameras we don’t know who can hear us,” the woman told 7News.

In a terrifying incident, the woman claimed to have seen the camera light up as she passed through the house in her underwear.

The woman told ABC that the lights in the living room and bedroom could not be turned off, which was another problem in addition to the cameras.

Three doors in the laundry, living room, and master bedroom had to be locked, and the stovetop and heating had to be turned off entirely.

She said the situation had left her feeling “sick” thinking her and her children were being watched, and demanded the cameras be removed.

The real estate agent first assured the woman that the cameras were not operational before asserting that they had been made clear in the initial listing for the property.

7News reported that the original ad did include mention of a full video security system, but did not state that they were inside the home.

Read More: How Long Do Security Cameras Keep Footage?

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