I didn't understand a single word form what you wrote because even if you speak good enough English, as I could see in person, I take note you preferred to write the review in Turkish. That's fine.
I, anyway, wish you to solve your personal issues, learn to behave better and be aware that renting a room in a house is not renting a 4 star hotel appartment, that if the bathroom is shared it means that other people might need it so it would be nice to keep it clean, that in a place shared with other people quiet would be appreciated after midnight, that the house rules need to be observed since you agreed to them when you booked, that anywhere you go you need to inform yourself better and BEFORE GOING, about the taxes, the local habits and the local environment so that you don't demand and pretend to your host to do this for you the day you check-in. If I'd come to Turkey by car I'd inform myself well about the country, the different things from Italy, the local fees for parking and driving on the highways, the fees for staying in the city, the cost of life, things that I need to respect and observe, and I'd absolutely and completely understate them. I would READ well the description of the palce BEFORE booking, and if I'd have any question I'd ask BEFORE booking, I'd make sure that I go where I'm able to stay, I wouldn't book a room because is the cheapest on Airbnb and then EXPECT and CLAIM from my host to cook in the kitchen, to have the freezer available, to use the house the way I like and when I like. I wouldn't complain about the elevator missing since the host mentioned in the description there's no elevator, I wouldn't download God knows what form internet if the host said no downloading allowed because I'd be responsible and aware that it's her IP I'd be using,
But, I guess, behaving well is not something that comes with everybody. It didn't certainly come with you, guys.
Good luck with everything.