Film armorer, Hannah Gutierrez Reed, faces eviction from Arizona landlady.
The “Rust” armorer’s landlady revealed on Tuesday she’s kicking out the 24-year-old because she “doesn’t want her living there anymore.”
Reed’s home in Bullhead City, Arizona, is a two-bedroom property close to the Colorado River. Property websites estimate the home, built in 1978, is worth $190,000.
“I want her out,” said the landlady, who declined to give her name. “I’ve told her she has to go.”
The run-down dwelling has a broken door and is opposite from where the landlady resides. It features a scruffy-looking hammock that has been fitted at the rear of Reed’s home, next to a broken-down barbecue and some disused shelving. There is no garden, just a scruffy patch of earth.
Despite being close to the Colorado River, it has no views of it. Instead, the windows only look out onto neighboring homes. The roof appeared as though it needed repairs and there is a satellite dish fitted. There is an air conditioning unit visible, as well as a moldy-looking skylight. A row of garages has been built adjoining the 1,000 sq. ft. home. It is believed Reed has lived there for the past year.