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29 May 12 #333698 by fedup70
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Thankyou, i have tried to ignore it and dont even swear or shout when the threatening behaviour starts, i have been told numerous times by him and his family to watch my back, it does not help with his new partner also threatening me, an incident which happened a few months ago was myself and the children out shopping, we were verbally abused in the street by his new partner and he family, i didnt even know what she looked like, she obviously recognised the children. The children now say they dont wish to visit him because of the abuse they listen to about me, and their own grandmother verbally abuses me to the children.

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29 May 12 #333717 by Marshy_
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Hi Fedup. Go to the police. U dont have to put up with this behaviour. Make an appointment at your local nick with the PCSO. It will be a proper interview and they will be asked to sign an order. Then it will stop. C.

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29 May 12 #333720 by blonde cazza
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hi fed up,
Yes i do agree go to the police...i had something of this nature happen but it was fro my daughter who lives with my ex...shes nearly 19.
The police had stern words with her and it seems to of stopped,but they will ask you for dates tmes etc etc...

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29 May 12 #333749 by fedup70
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Thankyou, luckily i kept a record of all incidents as soon as i could, i have received today in the post a copy of the letter my solicitor has sent to his solicitor, no doubt when he phones to speak to the children it will kick off again after he has spoken to the children but i am strong and will not speak to him, i will automatically end the call.

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