Video that aired on Local 10 and has been posted on YouTube shows Renee Leavy Kohn and several children taunting the Einhorn's as they were walking to a Shabbat dinner one Friday night.
Video also shows several of the Kohn children, wearing all black, pacing up and down on the sidewalk in front of the Einhorn house.
There's also video showing Renee Leavy Kohn coming onto the Einhorn property and throwing herself on the back of Sanda Einhorn's black Audi.
Hollywood Police were called but refused to arrest Renee Kohn.
According to a Hollywood Police report, in May of 2011, Emerald Hills Homeowners Association President Lenora Chuchula accused Renee Leavy Kohn of backing into a friend's car, harassing her and telling her not to testify on the Einhorn's behalf.
Leavy-Kohn was issued a trespass warning and advised not to return to Chuchula's house.
Another neighbor, who asked not to be identified, says her employer was contacted by the Kohn's on several occasions, making false accusations in an attempt to get her disciplined or fired.
The Kohn's have also made false allegations about Local 10's Jeff Weinsier.
According to a Hollywood Police report filed in July 2012, Sara Kohn accused Weinsier of following her into a Winn Dixie and stalking her.
Sara Kohn also told police there was a restraining order against Weinsier.
"There isn't or never has been a restraining order against me for anything. It's a downright lie," said Weinsier.
Steve Kohn, the girls' father has accused Weinsier of setting off a flash grenade in their neighborhood and posted video of the incident on YouTube.
Hollywood Police were called and found nothing.
"The information Steve Kohn posted, including the video title, description, and his comments, are patently false and defamatory," said Local 10 Attorney Karen Kammer.
"Nothing in the report establishes Mr. Weinsier or his employer was responsible for, or in any way involved in, this alleged incident. Mr. Kohn knew, or should have known with the exercise of reasonable care, that the statements contained in his postings are false; they were published with reckless disregard for the truth," added Kammer.
The Kohn's have also filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the City of Hollywood, The Hollywood Police Department, Hollywood Mayor Peter Bober, Hollywood Commissioner Dick Blattner and the Einhorn's.
Steve Kohn and Renee Leavy Kohn, along with their children, say they filed the suit in Broward County Court.
The suit claims a search warrant police executed on the Kohn home on June 8, 2011, was "unlawful" and violated the family's civil rights.
Police seized computers, cameras, telephones, and other items in an investigation into alleged cyber stalking of their neighbors Grant and Sandra Einhorn.
Former Police Chief Chad Wagner and Hollywood Police Department Attorney Joel Cantor are also named in the suit.
The Kohn's are seeking millions in damages.
The City of Hollywood will now have to spend hundreds of thousands of tax dollars to defend the latest suit.