So yesterday went with my ex fiancé to the child support office to fill out paperwork. After all that was done I asked to use her phone to login to my Facebook but it wouldn’t login, it didn’t login until I wasn’t with her and she started reading my messages and screenshots stuff and screenrecorded stuff. How do I fix this issue cause she wants to use it in court now to keep my girls away from me.
They weren't obtained illegally. You left your login information on her phone. If you were concerned about her getting this information, you probably should've waited a few minutes until you had access to some other device to view people's stupid memes and cat pictures.
Regardless, your Facebook data is discoverable and could be used against you in court even if she didn't obtain it in this manner. You just decided to make it really, really, really easy for her to find.
I'd consider changing your login and retaining counsel to defend you in the inevitable custody action.
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I agree with my colleague, it doesn't sounds like she could use it against you. If you have things on Facebook you don't want her to see then you should change your password and make it harder for her to log-in and see the information.
Sorry, but you are actually the one responsible for your situation. First, entered your log in information to her phone. Second, and perhaps most importantly, you apparently have been involved/engaged in activity which, if known, could cause you to lose your children. Your activity is what has caused this problem for you. Remember, if you had never been involved in the "bad" activities, you would not now be asking us these questions. In that case, you wouldn't care who saw what or how they came to see it. You might want to have an attorney assist you in going forward.
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