In an Instagram story, the star shared the name of her NY neighbour, Dieter Addison, before launching into a tirade.
"My neighbor smokes cigarettes and weed all night long", Hilary wrote to her nine million followers.
'My apartment reeks. Seriously, what do I do?,' she asked, putting his name all over the screen.
"We know your parents pay your rent", taunted Duff. "We know you've never worked a day in your life ― must be nice", she continued. "Have some respect for your neighbours who work hard to live in that building. Don't be a dick, dude", Duff said in her second video.
And Duff didn't stop there - she also found Dieter'sprivate Instagram account and shared her message. "Worked 15 hours yesterday and back at work again at 5:30 a.m. This is the real world Dieter". "Your smoking ain't delicious".
While Duff concluded the rant by advising Mr. Addison to "get a vape" and go to therapy rather than breaking furniture whenever he fights with his significant other, our anonymous source assures us that Addison is simply a social butterfly who happens to throw a late-night after-party (or two) every once in a while. "It scares me and my kid".
"I don't have that relationship with social media where I'm super obsessed with it", she said. In an 11-slide Instagram story Wednesday morning, the Younger star detailed her frustration at getting a bad night's sleep because of this guy's hijinks.
He said the problems started immediately when Duff moved in next door in January with her boyfriend, singer Matthew Koma: "When they moved in I turned down the music right away". I wasn't invited to that.' It can give you a really crappy feeling.
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