A Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after she kept her neighbors' children awake with sex so loud that it shook their furniture. This behavior went on for two years.
According to the Daily Mail, 25-year-old Amanda Warfel was ordered to spend 45 to 90 days in prison for her offenses. Tanya Saylor, Warfel's neighbor, claims that Warfel, who shares a bedroom wall with her two teenage daughters in a York, Pennsylvania, row home, had made their life 'a living hell' for the last two years.
According to Saylor, there was loud music, racial slurs, and sex that only got more noisy when they complained, reports the Indy Star. "No child should ever feel like they're in a porn every night," Saylor said. "All while being threatened at the same time!"
Saylor alleges Warfel would call out the names of her 15- and 17-year-old daughters, and shout racial slurs through the walls. When the girls, who are biracial, would ask Warfel to stop, she would allegedly scream louder and then describe the specific acts she was doing in vivid detail.
Saylor began giving her daughters headphones at night before they went to bed, and bought a television for their room to help drown out the sound. But Warfel's harassment, which some nights went on until three in the morning, kept Saylor's daughters up so late that they would struggle to get up for school.
State police had to write notes for 15-year-old Riah Saylor on two separate occasions to excuse her lateness.
Saylor claims it was even worse for her eldest daughter, who is fighting cancer and had to remain in her bedroom for 10 days after receiving radiation treatment. During that period, Saylor alleges that Warfel had sex "non-stop, making sure that my daughter heard."
"She can't battle cancer in peace," Saylor added. "And her father is terminally ill."
Saylor said Warfel would also shout racial epithets through the wall, calling her children the 'N' word and monkeys, and even offering them bananas.
"It was a daily thing until she went to prison," Saylor recalls.
At the time of her arrest, Warfel was on probation in York County for a felony prison assault and her probation officer filed a violation detainer following her arrest. She was also on probation in Lancaster County for drunken driving and a detainer was filed against her there, as well, which is why she currently remains behind bars, after having served her sentence for the disorderly conduct charge.
Warfel claimed during her most recent hearing that she just wanted to go home, and wished her neighbors had been in court so she could apologize. She was ordered to pay court costs and to not have any contact with her neighbors under any circumstances.
As for Saylor, she worries of what her five children have been exposed to over the last two years. "My kids know more than they should," she said. "Including my 9-year-old."