Angry Tenant Allegedly Defaces Landlord's BMW

An angry lodger allegedly defaced the landlord's white BMW, causing $22,000 worth of damage.

Central News

Imagine spending $70,000 on a luxury sports sedan. Then imagine waking up one morning to find it covered in graffiti. That's the story of a London landlord named Ovace Miller.

According to reports, Miller ordered one Danina Pop, 34, to leave their shared flat in Paddington, North West London, whereupon Ms. Pop allegedly spraypainted a litany of very unpleasant words on her landlord's white BMW 6 series gran coupe. Pop also allegedly painted phrases other lurid phrases alleging that Miller engaged in unwanted sexual conduct with her.

Pop turned herself in to the Charing Cross Police station four days after the incident. However, the damage was done to the 6 Series gran coupe to the tune of £17,000, equivalent to almost $22,000—roughly equivalent to the base price of a 2017 Honda Accord. 

Appearing at Southwark Crown Court today, Ms. Pop denied engaging in racially aggravated criminal damage. Judge Andrew Goymer has set a trial date for October, saying "I will readmit the defendant to bail with the condition that she does not contact the complainant either directly or indirectly." Pop has posted bail and will face trial on October 2nd.