Hilary Duff Calls out Her Neighbor for Smoking

Hilary Duff is not a fan of her neighbor's behavior, and she wants everyone to know it.

The Younger star used Instagram Wednesday morning to publicly shame her neighbor for smoking, explaining that neighbor Dieter Addison's behavior was affecting her daily life.

"Calling all New Yorkers with a—hole neighbors—really open to any advice you have," Duff said on her Instagram Story. "My neighbor smokes cigarettes and weed all night long. My apartment reeks. Seriously, what do I do?"

She continued, noting that other residents in the building "work hard" to live there.

"We know your parents pay your rent. We know you've never worked a day in your life—must be nice," she said. "Have some respect for your neighbors who work hard to live in that building. Don't be a dick dude—and put your trash down the shoot."

In another photo, Duff wrote that she got no sleep last night due to Addison's actions.

"Worked 15 hours yesterday and back at work again at 5:30 a.m.," she wrote. "This is the real world Dieter the [eggplant emoji]. Your smoking ain't delicious."

Duff later shared a screenshot of Addison's Instagram account, which was set to private. She zoomed in on his profile picture before drawing cat ears and whiskers on his photo.

"Stop breaking all your furniture when you have fight with your girlfriend or boyfriend. It scares me and my kid," she later wrote, referring to son Luca, 6. "Therapy is cheaper."

The 30-year-old concluded, "Dieter get a vape."

Despite Duff's Instagram rant, the star told Today that she isn't too attached to social media.

“I don’t have that relationship with social media where I’m super obsessed with it,” she said. “Having Luca has helped me with that, especially since I don’t have him all the time. Being like ‘I haven’t seen you in five days because I’ve been in New York working. I’m putting my phone down.’ I won’t post or be active and I don’t feel like ‘Oh my God, I’m not going to get that job because I’m not posting or people aren’t liking my photos.’"


She added, "Of course, I enjoy aspects of social media, and then other parts sometimes make me feel really icky, and I try to just set it down and escape from it, or do an unfollow cleanse. Because a lot of the time you wake up and you’re like ‘Oh my god, that person's doing so much more than me. I’m not doing enough. I wasn’t invited to that.’ It can give you a really crappy feeling. I think it was meant to be a great thing and now has these negative side effects, so I think eliminating it from your life a little more and trying to have a healthy relationship with it, like anything else — food or drinking or exercise, whatever.”

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