This woman is trying to bully you into doing this for her. She isn't going to go away if you continue to listen to her and be nice. You see her outside immediately call the cops tell them you have someone trespassing. I wouldnt even go outside to entertain her. Just let the cops show up and when they do, then go outside. DONE!
She is not your problem, her problems are not your responsibility. Just count your blessings that you trusted your gut BEFORE she moved in and not after... sounds like a nightmare looking for a place to pee!!
Post some no trespassing signs on the property. If you have her address, send her a certified letter telling her she is not welcome on that property and warning her you will report her for trespassing.
Talk to the local police and let them know the situation. Give them a description of her and her vehicle. That way when you do call, they have a point of reference. Posted via Mobile Device
As I getting older and older, I meet many crazy people. This situation is my first time since I am still a young adult. I never experienced anything that forces me to call police and go though civil court.
I would definitely put padlocks on the gates and such. It could become a dangerous situation for your horses, especially since she knows where your barn is. I had a disagreement with a guy, so he let my horses out when I wasn't there.
I would ask the person you are renting from if you can padlock the gates (and give the owner a copy of the key) as well as ask them to tell the person they are not on your contract so they aren't comfortable with her being on the premises
This way it's a bit more of an "official" get the heck out of here without ruffling too many feathers
However if I were going to ruffle feathers, I would keep upping the costs you quote her.
I agree with the others. I would tell her that you are contractually obligated to pay $100 per horse on the property and that you do not pay for horses that you do not own. If she wants to board the horse there, she will need to contact the property owner, get her own contract for her horse, and provide for its care herself. I would also tell her that you do not appreciate being pressured to commit an illegal activity by breaking your contract with the property owner, you do not run a charity house, and if she continues to harass you, that you will be forced to seek legal action (filing a harassment claim and a restraining order) with the police department. Be very firm with her when you tell her. You can not let anyone bully you or pressure you into doing anything you are not comfortable doing.
Edit: Also, if and, most likely, when she continues to harass you, follow through with your threat to file a harassment complaint and a restraining order. Do not hesitate to do so.