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Around the end of last September, I talked to a high school friend of mine who needed a roommate. Our agreement was we'd each pay half the rent ($400/month per person), and I'd do the housework and she'd cover the utilities. So far so good.
However, about three weeks ago, when I mentioned relocating because of my job, she confronts me with this list of "back utilities" I owe her, and tells me that I need to pay these off before I go anywhere, or else she's taking me to small claims court. Mind you, its about $700 for November - February. Uh oh. So I tell her if she wants to change our original agreement, that's fine, but she needs to start doing housework before I pony up anything, and that she wasn't getting anything as far as back utilities went.
So yesterday, she tells me I need to have $730 dollars for her, "or else". So I end up telling her I'm moving out that day.
Now, here's the thing:
- Our agreement was totally over myspace messages and AIM logs. She claims I said one thing, I say the other.
- I never signed a lease with anyone about anything. It was generally a month to month thing, but she tended to act like I signed a lease w/o actually signing one.
- Her mother is a Justice of the Peace, and I really don't want to get caught up in an influence power play.