When I searched my child’s fathers twitter name on google I came across multiple videos of him. In one video clip, inferred he would have intercourse with underage girls if they were attractive (He said “if she’s 8 than I’m 8 if you know what I mean). In another video, he appeared to be on drugs, but did not explicitly state that he was (He was not talking coherently, was unable to focus and read, was staring at his hands but couldn’t move them, etc). In many other videos he was drinking excessively and just about every other word out of his mouth was a swear word. Would I be able to use these in court since they were posted on the internet and will they help my case since he didn’t specifically state that he wants to have intercourse with young children or that he was on drugs?
I have handled full blown custody trials. It sounds to me like it bears directly on his credibility and ability to properly parent, as well as if shared physical custody should be granted at all. Since this also concerns the safety of your own children, I would argue that any supervision (if granted) should be done under court supervision after hearing this. This sounds really scary to me. Good luck!
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