Woman Asks If She’s Wrong For Charging Niece To Live In Home Her Daughter Lives In Rent-Free



A woman wants to know if she is wrong to charge her granddaughter to live in a house where she lets her daughter live, rent-free.

Posting on the “r/AmItheA–hole” (AITA) subreddit, the woman, 47, explained the situation that led her to decide to charge her granddaughter to stay in an apartment she and her husband own.

In her Reddit post, the woman wrote that she and her husband, 50, have a daughter, Alice, 20, who is a full-time student and also works weekends at a fast food restaurant.

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“She got a scholarship for her college that covers most of the expenses, and we pay the rest,” the woman continued.

“Me and Tom [her husband] we own our apartment, we also own a second apartment where we let Alice live, so she doesn’t have to worry about the rent and can focus on her studies.”

The woman wants her granddaughter, Rose, to pay the rent on their second apartment.

The woman’s husband, Tom, has a granddaughter, Rose, 21, who is his sister’s daughter.

Rose recently moved to their area for college, and her parents live in a different state than the school she attends, which, the woman noted, is not the same college Alice is currently enrolled in. .

The woman explained that Rose has “recently run into some trouble” financially and is having trouble paying for student housing.


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