When in a roommate situation where the landlord does not address problems caused by the other RM can constructive evection be used to break lease?

Question Details: The roomates rotting food has regularly been left in the refrigerator for weeks at a time, causing nauseating odors and physical sickness. Internet access has been removed by RM without notice in common area where it had been available before and refuses to reestablish it. RM plays his volume extremely loud and well after 11pm & starts again as early as 5am. What recourse do I have as a renter with a lease? The home owner resides in another state, thus only the other roommate and I live in the house on a regular basis. I've also been lead to believe that I am the only tenant with a lease.

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