0103 GMT January 18, 2019
Workers say that the WikiLeaks founder has ruined the embassy floors by skateboarding through the halls, playing soccer on the grounds, and not consistently cleaning up after his cat.
Earlier in October, the embassy posted strict housekeeping rules for Assange, telling him to take better care of his bathroom and potentially lose his cat if he doesn't take better care of it.
The embassy also said it would stop paying for his medical bills and would stop paying for costs related to his housing.
This isn't the first time people have complained about his hygiene.
"Julian ate everything with his hands and he always wiped his fingers on his pants. I have never seen pants as greasy as his in my whole life," his aide Daniel Domscheit-Berg told the International Business Times in January.
Andrew O'Hagan, who was hired to help Assange write his memoirs in 2011, concurred. "People in magazine articles say he doesn't eat, but he had three helpings of lasagna that night and he ate both the baked potato and the jam pudding with his hands," wrote O'Hagan.
"Julian scorns all attempts at social graces. He eats like a pig."
Over the past six years, Ecuador has spent $6 million on Assange's embassy stay, according to Attorney General Inigo Salvador.
Assange originally took refuge in the embassy to avoid being extradited to Sweden for a sexual assault case that has since been dropped. Now he says he's avoiding being jailed by Great Britain for violating the terms of his bail, and being extradited to the United States, where he potentially faces charges related to leaking CIA documents.
Assange is afraid Ecuador is trying to push him out and he's in the middle of a lawsuit with Ecuador over his asylum terms.