By James Simons-
Essex Rogue landlord Robert Crow was forced to call out a locksmith and pay £100, to get into his property, after he locked himself out.
The 72 year old former landlord who was fined a total of £18k on April 11, for breaching a Criminal Behavioural Order, after two appeals fell through, told The Eye Of Media.Com he felt he was losing his mind, as he admitted locking himself out last night.
He said:”I had to call for a locksmith so I could get into my flat. It set me back £100. I had no choice, the alternative would have been to be stranded in the cold.
The court defeats have made me so depressed, it has completely shaken me. I have been the victim of a vicious and malicious campaign, I have been let down by the system, including my sp-called barristers.
I don’t know where to go from here. I don’t think I can even think much anymore after seeing how my world is tumbling down before me, he said in a quiet tone. I have not received any justice whatsoever. I’m considering my next move”, he said.
Strangely, Mr Crow has longed complained that a foreign couple who had been residing at his property for nearly 2 years had refused to leave, and that neither police nor the Council had ordered them out.
Up until now, he had never bothered to change the locks to prevent the illegal couple from staying at his property, claiming he was worried they would break in. With the locks now changed, it would be interesting to find out whether the couple still live at the property.
Mr Crow later accused his barrister of failing to provide all the evidence for the last case he lost against Southend Council at Basildon Crown Court.
Mr Crow, who claims to be suffering from mental health issues due to his troubles, has been living in utter darkness for over a year after his electric supply was cut off by evo following allegations of irregular use of his electric facilities .
From winter to summer and winter again, the once businessman has found no way to obtain electricity for one part of a property he once operated bullishly , with no fear of repercussions, let alone, complete dispossession.
The pensioner who has lost his main source of income, has been struggling to come to terms with his fate, and is unable to obtain credit to rent a property anywhere due to his bad credit.
Stuck in the bottom flat of a four story building in Southend On Sea, with a couple who have not paid rent for a single day of their 2 year stay, Mr.Crow finds himself a beaten man.
Each time Mr.Crow had has been to court, he has complained of misrepresentation by his legal representatives, and alleged bias from the courts , whom he says constantly overlooks his legal argument.
The much vilified landlord has also been unable to move to a new property due to poor credit and the requirement of a guarantor by most estate agents.
Mr Crow has ignored advice to call up his energy supplier to arrange to pay his electricity debts, but the depressed landlord has still not pursued the basic requirement of electricity, and continues to live in utter darkness.
The divorced father of three split with his girlfriend several months ago during the second lockdown, and only relates with his daughter from time to time, and a childhood friend-John Brake- who was given a suspended sentence after being convicted for racism in 2019.