She Responded To A Craigslist Ad – Now She’s Being Watched At All Times Through Surveillance
A pregnant woman in Missouri set out to find an affordable place to live for when her baby comes into this world. She thought she had picked out the perfect place to live when she responded to a Craigslist ad. But when she moved in she noticed something peculiar on the corner of a wall.
With rent being just $300 a month, Shae Page was ecstatic to start saving up money for when her baby is born. As the pregnant mother changed clothes, slept, and did anything a person would, her landlady Renee Scott was always watching.
When confronted on it, Renee’s reasoning for watching her made the invasive situation even worse.
A week into living in the one-bedroom home, she noticed the surveillance camera.
“I didn’t even notice it because when you walk in the room it is not notable You are not looking for a camera,” said Page.
She immediately requested her landlord to take down the invasion of privacy, but the landlord told her that it was up there for her family’s safety.
“You can see everything you can see me changing. It is scary. I am not OK with raising my kid with a camera in the room,” said Page at 4 months pregnant. She is now moving out as soon as possible.