Hi Pam and welcome. Yes, my husband and I have kicked out our daughter several times. The last time was after my husband found her overdosed on heroin on our couch. Luckily he found her in time and was able to save her.
After that we hired an interventionist and told difficult child that she had to go into treatment or go live somewhere else. She knew the law about evictions in our state and refused to leave. The interventionist took us to the family court and had us apply for a temporary protection order which would make difficult child leave immediately. The judge granted it on the basis of her bringing dangerous drugs (heroin) into our house.
Because she had no other choice, she then agreed to go to another state for a three month treatment program. She has been in that state for the last two years.
I wish I could tell you there is a happy ending but our difficult child still struggles with her demons of addiction. However, she is in a halfway house and currently working. The best news is that she is no longer in our home creating chaos and stealing from us.
Check the laws of your state about evicting someone that has established residency in your home. In many states like mine, you have to go through the eviction process in order to make them leave whether they are paying you rent or not.
There is no reason for you to be living with adult drug addicts.. . .particularly the 32 year old.