We wish Yahav would be honest in his review. He checked in on a Sunday. I never met him and respected his privacy. I do not enter guests rooms without permission, I am not sure why he would lie other than he may be perhaps ashamed of getting caught with his bad actions. I have a security system with video camera surveillance that clearly shows I never entered his room during his stay. There were 4 peoples in the house during his stay, including the on site host (myself) which lives in the house, I have my own bathroom and do not use the shared bathroom with guests. So there were 3 people sharing a bathroom which is reasonable. Yahav brought an unknown young lady to the house his second evening. I knocked on his door to present him with clean pillow cases and he said I could "open the door." I asked him politely to open the door for me to respect his privacy. There was an unknown woman laying on the bed. I presented him with the clean pillow cases and showed him his reservation had been made for 1 person. Yahav said that she was a "friend" and was visiting for 5 minutes in the room. I politely let him know that there is no unauthorized access for security reasons and for the protection of other guests and their possessions in the home. I cheerfully suggested for them to go to the 132 acre State Park behind the home, perhaps take a walk along the river/beach as it was a beautiful summer day. I also suggested local coffee shops and restaurants within a 15 minute walking distance of the home. I told Yahav this was the policy for Airbnb, I may not like it either, but as a Super Host, I comply with the Airbnb company guidelines and rules. Twice, I encouraged Yahav to call Airbnb and discuss with them their guidelines and any complaints he had with the company policies. While talking with Yahav, I happened to notice his bedroom window was fully opened. I politely asked him to close it and explained that it was 92 degrees outside and the air conditioning unit was on. I further explained that the air conditioning unit could not work properly for everyone in the house if he had his window open. There has been many forest fires this year causing the air quality to be very poor, there many safety warnings from the State of Oregon about staying inside and not breathing in the outdoor air. For these reasons, I politely asked Yahav to close the window. (Note: If the air conditioning unit breaks from running non-stop it is a very large expense for the home owner/Airbnb host to repair, something Yahav will not have to pay for). I do not "yell" at guests and used a very calm, professional, friendly voice when speaking with Yahav. I never called the young lady a"prostitute." After Yahav checked out, I messaged him and explained that there have been experiences in the past with prostitution and guests bring in friends to "party" and do drugs. For these reasons, I screen everyone entering them home to ensure I maintain a safe and secure place for all Airbnb travelers. Yahav's "girlfriend" stayed the entire evening, which I allowed. I asked or an additional $10 to help pay for the water/laundry and kitchen use, this is required of all additional guests staying in the home. Yavah stayed for a significantly discounted price of $48 per night, which is the lowest price for my area (I know because I check other Airbnb's to make sure I price match and provide a stay that is below the cost of other Airbnb's in the area). I send Yahav a friendly message and let him know if there was anything I could do to make his stay more comfortable, to not hesitate to ask me. Yahav and his "Girlfriend" both took showers in the evening and in the morning before departing. I had another guest complain about the bathroom after they took showers, when I went in to clean there was scalp/pubic hair all over the shower, urin on the toilet seat ring, hair/facial hair in the sink and water all over the floor. Yahav left the bathroom in a distraught state which I had to deep clean before other guests could use it. I ask there is no food in the bedrooms as there is 132 acre State Park directly behind the house and we do not want ants coming in looking for a snack to eat. This is in the instruction entries which he read and agreed to before arrival. I suggested to Yahav that in the future he stay in a hotel where his behavior and etiquette were acceptable. We wish Yahav belsing and safe travels wherever life may take him and we hope in the future he understands how Airbnb works so he can have a pleasant future experience.