ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (KOB) -- Two Albuquerque, New Mexico women accused of bullying other adults at a low-income apartment complex are telling their side of the story.
"I'm not a bully, dear," said Diana Dadig. "I'm always in my apartment. I've been a loner all my life."
Dadig's neighbor says she feels like she's in jail living near her.
"She throws pee on my door. I've been cleaning it every morning when I get up," said Gloria Intogna.
Dadig denies throwing urine on her neighbor's door.
The other alleged bully is Isabel Montoya.
She has cerebral palsy and has called Wainwright Manor home for the past 26 years.
Some tenants claim she calls them names and is downright dangerous.
"...chasing me up and down the hallways with her wheelchair," said Terry George.
Montoya denies trying to run down anyone.