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Top Stories of 2017: Manager Of The Links Trashes Apartment, Video Goes Viral

The property manager of the Links Apartments in Oxford, Mississippi, allegedly barged into the apartment of a group of Ole Miss law students on Friday night, Jan. 19, and the result was not pleasant.

One student, Ashley Walter, turned to social media to relate her side of the story. 
See video below: (Warning: explicit language)

Walter said her group of friends went to the apartment to eat, drink and play trivia games. Although music was playing in the background, she said the volume was low enough for the friends to talk to each other. However, the property manager, Debbie Pastor, called the Oxford Police Department to report a noise complaint. 
“It was 10 o’clock, so people were leaving… That’s when she [Pastor] actually busted into the apartment and just started yelling and cursing,” Walter said. “We were so in shock because we had no idea who she was, what was happening.”
Walter said the friends immediately started to leave the apartment until some noticed how terrified the tenant was by Pastor’s irate behavior. 
“From there, she cusses him out, which you can see that in the video,” Walter said. “And that’s not everything… that’s the moment I realized, ‘Okay, I need to record this.'”
Walter took it upon herself to ask Pastor what was wrong and why she was behaving that way. However, the manager’s response did not sit well with Walter. 
“She wouldn’t answer my questions. She started walking toward me, telling me to leave, and I said, ‘Okay, I have everything on video,'” Walter said. “That’s when she became angry, and she pushed me. We have another video where you can hear me saying, ‘Don’t touch me. Don’t touch me.’ And, that’s when I called 911.” 
When the police arrived, little did Walter know that they were responding to the call placed by the property manager. The police began questioning the group of friends in the apartment until Walter told one of the officers she had a video. 
“That’s when one of the officers said, ‘Well, can I see the video?’ And, I showed him, and that’s when he realized that we did not do anything wrong,” Walter said. 
Walter said after posting the video on social media, she has been amazed at the comments that have filled the post from people who have had similar experiences.
“A lady commented that she did the same thing to them on Monday,” Walter said. “This is something that has been going on but has been continuously dismissed by their corporate office because no one has ever had video. It’s always been ‘he said, she said.’ But this time, we happened to get it on video, and I think that’s what it took because corporate has been sweeping all of this under the rug.” 
Walter added, “I know that The Links at Bama [Tuscaloosa] has a great reputation, but it seems it’s just not the same at this property.”
The Oxford Police Department is actively investigating the case. 
A representative from The Links confirmed Pastor is no longer employed there; however,  The Links would provide no further comment at this time. 

Randall Haley is the associate editor of HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at randall.haley@hottytoddy.com.

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