Jaridice King says she can't help but feel she's being watched.
"All last night he was texting 'Just know y'all better keep y'all eyes open,'" the 20-year-old said.
She usually has her front door blocked with a chair and tied shut with a head scarf, because of who she fears could be waiting on the other side.
"He said he was gon' kill me and my kids, and the police come every night. They just can't catch him," she said.
She says there's really only one word that describes how it fees to be followed.
"Scary, because my grand mama stayed these two nights," she said. "He wouldn't come none but time she left this morning at 7:00. She probably wasn't even home yet. He came. He had leaves on his shirt like maybe he's probably been hiding in the bushes somewhere."
But she says it wasn't always like this.