We have 80% physical custody because of her numerous contempts of court. He has to go with her every other weekend. She walked in when he was going to the bathroom and asked if he was playing with himself. Told him to move his hand and fiddled with it saying how cute it was. She stays in the bathroom when he is taking a shower to hand him things, then looks to make sure he is using it right. Her husband drinks against court order. She calls him fat, lazy, tells him that he need help/therapy, says there is something wrong with him. He is left alone at night to take care of his 4 yr old brother. They fight all the time in Spanish so he doesn't understand. She refuses to touch him. She threatens him. There are bugs/mold. He cries uncontrollably/hyperventilates. Has to stay on phone with me.
This is horrible! If abuse is suspected have father call CPS. I hope father's situation is not anywhere similar to mother's, or else it could backfire. If CPS finds abuse then your attorney can help father get full custody
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Perhaps father can file a motion seeking full custody and only supervised visits with mother. He can ask for a custody evaluation to be done by family court services. In my county there is a emergency screening procedure if the court feels there is abuse. You could consider making a report to CPS but they may expect dad to protect child in family court first. If there is an allegation of sexual abuse they might interview yr stepson at school. I worked for CPS for ten years. You can call me if u like.
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