A Harvard graduate student who was asked to move out of her apartment after her legally owned firearms made her roommates "uncomfortable" said Sunday on "Fox & Friends" that she has been lied to while seeking reasons for the request.

Leyla Pirnie, 24, said that she doesn't know why her roommates searched through her room for the firearms and violated her privacy.

Pirnie said on Sunday that she has "been given so many lies" as to why her roommates were searching through her room in the first place.

"Every time I want an answer, it's a different lie," she said.


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Pirnie said a roommate's comment that struck her in particular was that she was from the South and her "Make America Great Again" hat was not liked.

After searching through Pirnie's room, one roommate reportedly emailed the apartment's landlord, saying the presence of the firearms "causes anxiety and deprives us of the quiet enjoyment of the premise to which we are entitled."

The roommate wrote that if the guns were to remain in the apartment, they should be locked in a gun safe.

It is unclear if the apartment is connected to the university.

Pirnie added on Sunday that she contacted Somerville Police Capt. James Donovan, asking him to assure her landlord that her guns were safe and legal.

"Despite all that, my landlord still said ... 'it seems that peoples' feelings are hurt, so you should leave,'" she said.

Landlord Dave Lewis reportedly said in an email that because it was "clear" Pirnie wanted to keep her firearms, "it would be best for all parties if she finds another place to live."

Pirnie also said Sunday that nowhere in her lease did it state she wasn't permitted to keep guns in her apartment.

"I have had a bunch of attorneys reach out and say they'd like to help out, so we'll see where it ends up," she said.


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