Other woman claiming to be pregnant
Orchard said:Well, so far no results have been given, the damage she has caused to the car is unbelievable, not only did she tag the outside she also put a knife through the leather seats, cut the wires so her and her friends could start it and move it - I’m not impressed. She has made a complaint to the police who called both of us - which was a lie so they never came out. I’m wondering if there isn’t anything she won’t do. She is driven by jealously and always has been, but she can’t have what I have. She needs some severe help.
Orchard, you need to phone the Police! You are not in a safe situation.
Yes I've been in a similar situation and the Police got involved and BOTH exH and affair partner were "warned off of each other".
It was either that or they both faced AVOs. And I wish the Police had done that.
It only got worse and exH was the main instigator.
I cannot believe your ex partner hasn't stepped up and phoned the police himself!
Especially since he started all of this drama. His affair partner is continuing it.
You seem to be the only one really suffering.
I can see you say you want to protect your children - but waiting for the next thing is a horrible situation.
I sat back at the time and watched the veritable circus unfold before me and I had zero to do with any of it. I also kicked him out and told her she could have him lol!
I got out of the disgusting relationship.
My kids and I are now "safe".
It really doesn't matter whether it's his child or not, or no child at all. He has been unfaithful and that's the initial material point.
He is not acting to protect you and the kids - that's the next.
I would call the Police and get an AVO, protect yourself and the kids.
You don't even have to involve your ex partner.
My Prayers are with you.
Sounds like she has a lot of anger, which unfortunately or maybe fortunately, she took out on your car. Very strange that she had the nerve to make a complaint to police, given her behaviour.
It seems from your post that you spoke with a police officer and on that basis they didn't come to see you, is that correct? I'm wondering, if when talking to the officer and explaining the situation if they gave you any advice on how to protect yourself?
If the conversation didn't get that far and you feel comfortable, I'd like to encourage you to ring or go and see the officer you spoke with. It just might be a good opportunity to get some advice from someone who understands the issues, personalities involved and the law. How would you feel about that?
Kind thoughts to you
She hasn’t come to our property and started on me, only that once through message. I have had a lot of private numbers try and call me so I’m definitely considering changing my number. Really a bad situation to be in with one so volatile.
He will be going to the police station tomorrow, as I said to him this Is your mess you need to deal with it, I haven’t spoken to my psychologist yet and don’t have an appointment until 24th September so I’m trying to hold this together as best I can. My children are my priority through all of this.