California Air Force veteran in Los Angeles claims he’s being victimized by his neighbors because he’s gay.

Ryan Gierach said his neighbors have been bombarding him with homophobic slurs against him since he moved in two years ago.

“When I came here my neighbors directly across from me began calling me names — all of them revolving around gay epithets,” he said.

When he began hanging rainbow flags in honor of LGBT pride month, he was allegedly insulted, had garbage thrown at him and was even assaulted.

In one incident, three women were filmed mocking him before one spit on him. Police, who have reviewed the video, said the spitting incident was enough to charge the woman with battery.

According to KTLA5, the former Air Force Band member is being accused of being “a child molesting sex offender” on flyers that were spread around the neighborhood.

“For 20 years now I’ve covered this sort of thing happening to other people,” he said. “And it hurt me deeply every time it happened to other people.”

Gierach was discharged in 1979 for being a homosexual and has been active in the LGBT community ever since.

“To be attacked for being a loving person is perverse,” he said.

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