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Hello,

The woman's roommate is disruptive and talks on her cell phone late at night.So , she can't sleep. Her friend tells her to talk with the RA, but she doesn't like to do that since her roommate has already had a history of being disruptive for the RA. ( I mean the RA knows her perfectly). What do you say in English?

Thank you in advance.
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Are you trying to say "...her roommate has a history of disrupting the RA" ? If you could provide more context, I might be able to help you further.
No. The woman's roommate talks on her cell phone every night and disturbs the woman. The woman's roommate has a history of being disruptive in the past, because her previous roommate complained to RA about her.
Now can I say, she has a history of being disruptive near RA. What do you say in English. When someone is famous to do something bad?
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No, you cannot say "she has a history of being disruptive near RA" because grammatically that makes no sense. In this case, what does being famous have to do with it? I'm having a hard time trying to figure out exactly the picture you are trying to portray.

Sorry if I'm coming off as being kind of thick-headed at the moment. Emotion: smile