Woman Pleads Guilty to Having Sex So Loudly, It Shook Neighbor's Furniture
A Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for having such loud sex that it shook the furniture in a neighbor’s home, and then threatened her neighbors for complaining about it.
Red Lion residents who shared a row house wall with Amanda Marie Warfel, 25, had complained of sex noises, loud music and threats coming from her home on March 21.
The sounds and bangs coming from Warfel’s apartment became so loud that her neighbor’s own bed and dresser shook, according to an arrest affidavit.
When her neighbor knocked on the common wall and asked for quiet, Warfel yelled back and became louder, the court document said.
Warfel has been jailed since March 22, Pennsylvania State Police said.
She pleaded guilty on Wednesday. She had previously served the 45 to 90 day-sentence in York County Prison, but remains jailed on a detainer from Lancaster County.
During the hearing, Warfel said she wanted to go home and that she wished that her neighbors were in the court so she could apologize, The York Daily Record reported.
She was ordered to pay court costs and was told not to have contact with her neighbors under any circumstance.
“I will not,” Warfel said.
Police said Warfel’s neighbor had dealt with this issue before on February 17 and again on February 26, when she yelled obscenities and racial slurs at her neighbor in response.
Warfel pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and harassment charges in that incident.