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I’m sorry to read this altercation you faced. Clearly not nice. You’re right to say that it is a shared house and you have the right to use any bathroom. Have you spoken to the landlord about this?
It must be difficult. I would contact the landlord again tomorrow morning to check. If there are any more incidents I would make a complaint to the police. Hopefully that will not be necessary.
Unfortunately we don’t offer that service, we are simply question and answer service. I think the idea of a letter posted up in the house would be beneficial and hopefully your landlord will agree to that.
Don’t apologise, it’s a difficult position to be in. Unfortunately I can’t say what this person may or may not do as I don’t know his character. I would press ahead with contacting the landlord and remember that the police should be contacted if there are any incidents. I’m sorry I couldn’t give you a magic answer.
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I think it has now got to the point where you need to seek police assistance.
That is a decision for you if you can justify it