My friends ex just got out of jail. She has a history of stalking and harassment towards him. She's at it again and is trying to push me out by blatantly lying to him about me & causing fights. Even though she is meant to only talk to him about the children she calls him 24-7 about anything. (Rarely about the children). She went to CPS and now they say I have to stay away from even being friends because this crazy girl has made it sound like I am coming between the father and mother and that may traumatize the children? I am not the one with 5 felonies. I was approved 100% to be around the kids and she screams at him constantly to get away from me because she is obsessed with getting him back. She's lying to him and CPS. Even the CPS worker read a letter she wrote to him in jail that stated she wants him back. After 5 pages she mentioned her kids only once. He won't get a restraining order because he thinks thats a huge step to take but his mum is considering it. (she's on probation) We want to date. So what can I do?? She wants FTM meetings to bring me up to make sure I he doesn't date me because she wants him. Her lawyer and CPS have told her she's obsessed with me.
Dump this person as a friend NOW. She is toxic, bad news and every other negative cliche. You cannot help fix her without exposing yourself and those close to you to grave danger. Put yourself first. Walk away from trouble and put distance between yourself and her!
What can you do? Not a darn thing. You're not a party to the case, you're not related to the children, you're not related to the guy. You're nobody. (Legally speaking, that is.) There is literally nothing you can do about this. Accept the situation completely as it is. Anything you try to do would only make it worse.
She will always be in his life because of their shared connection to the children. Do you really want to take this on for the rest of your life? Aren't there any other guys in the state of Michigan who you could be dating, who don't have this kind of turmoil attached to them?
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