Hilary Duff denies boyfriend attacked pot-smoking neighour

Hilary Duff Violates Instagram Policy by Publicly Shaming Neighbor

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The 30-year-old actress took to her Instagram story to slam another resident of the NY apartment building where she lives, after she racked up a number of grievances with him over his smoking habits.

The Younger star took to Instagram on Tuesday to accuse Addison of smoking weed through the night and stinking up her home, and reached out to other "New Yorkers with a-hole neighbours" for advice. "My neighbor smokes cigarettes and weed all night long".

'My apartment reeks. Seriously, what do I do?,' she asked, putting his name all over the screen.

The mother of one went all out saying, "We know your parents pay your rent. We know you've never worked a day in your life. must be nice", she continued. "Don't be a d*ck dude-and put your trash down the shoot". And well, I'll just let you behold them for yourself.

Duff identified the man as Dieter Addison who is the grandson of wealthy German-born beer importer H Dieter Holterbosch, according to Page Six. "Therapy is cheaper", she wrote in an Instagram video.

Addison further claims he called the police on Duff's boyfriend, Matthew Koma, on Wednesday after he "barged in and tried to punch me in the face".

As you can surely gather by now, his whole dragging was void of any anonymity.

"I live with a sober companion", he told Page Six. He added that he hired an attorney after he began receiving "hate mail and threats" from Duff's fans, and is "scared for his life". I've been sober for months now. "I smoke a ton of cigarettes, don't get me wrong, but this is a smoking building, which is why I signed the lease here". But in conflict to Hilary's rant, a source for the blog says Addison is simply a social butterfly who throws a late-night after-party every so often.

He said the problems started immediately after Hilary and her singer beau Mathew Koma moved in next door in January.

He is the grandson of the wealthy H. Dieter Holterbosch, who was born in Germany and immigrated to the U.S. with his parents.

A New York City Police Department spokesperson told ABC News that police responded to a 911 call for a dispute inside a residence.

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