Lori Christiansen, whom some call the “neighbor from hell,” did not comment Wednesday as she left the courtroom. Christiansen, formerly of White Bear Lake, got national attention for tormenting her neighbors. Over the years, she has been accused of hanging demeaning signs on her garage targeting her neighbors and their children. She also violated a harassment restraining order.
A White Bear Lake woman who was banned from her home for harassing her neighbors will not spend any more time behind bars for now. Lori Christensen, 49, pleaded guilty Monday to a felony charge for violating a harassment restraining order back in May 2012. The order was issued to keep her from bothering Greg and Kim Hoffman, who lived across the street. She was caught videotaping the family later that month. Two other felony charges were dropped Monday as part of a plea deal that includes community service, fines, and 10 years of probation.
A 49-year-old woman accused of taunting and yelling obscenities at a neighboring family will begin her trial Monday.
A White Bear Lake woman who has been harassing her neighbors for years will be spending 90 days in the workhouse and won’t be returning to her neighborhood, she says.
A White Bear Lake couple is speaking out about years of being victimized by a neighbor who taunted and yelled obscenities at them and their three children.