The other night the police knocked on my door. Apparently the man that I had been living with and left because of terrible domestic abuse went to the police station back in July and told them that I had hacked into his bank account. I never "hacked". While we were living together, almost three years, he had me handle everything as far as bills. he had me set up all of his email and passwords for his bank account, his parole payments, his car insurance, etc. Right before I left him he went and set up his own account with the same bank that our joint account was through. he never changed his online email/password on the new or joint account. Since it was the same email/password as the joint account his personal account was also visible under the same email/password. I looked at his account. I printed copies of his account out and sent it to his parole officer to prove that he was violating parole by using his bank card at the liquor store, at bars, etc. But I never once took any money out of his account. He also filed a false pfa on me, that the judge threw out but either way it was all false accusations. And I have two judgements sitting here worth $10,000 on him.
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