My boyfriend and I have been dating for 5 yrs. We took a 2 month break July of last year and then got back together in September. During the time he was separated from me he went on Match.com and found a girl that he had sex with and she became obsessed with him. When he told her that we were back together she became enraged. I asked her to leave him alone and blocked her from his phone. she left him alone until June 2018. She began texting him. Then on July 10th she asked him if she could come over while I was out of town. He said if you want to and she went over. Of course I found this out through a friend that was living with my boyfriend and I became upset. I slept on it and the next day I asked my boyfriend for her phone number. I called her and left her a voicemail basically telling her that I know that she's been talking to him and that she needs to stop. She texted my boyfriend and told him that since he was dating crazy again that he should not ever contact her. I texted her later and told her that I knew that she texted him and told her that if she kept harassing us that I would indeed file a protection order against her. She became upset and started harassing me.
Block her number. Some battles are best left to those who are first hand -- and that means your boyfriend. If she has threatened your boyfriend physically, or made him fearful, then he may want to pursue a Protective Order.
And ask yourself -- are you getting the straight skinny from your boyfriend? Is there more than one number you might need to block?
Good luck to you.
Elisa Maloff Reiter, Esq. is accepting cases in Dallas, Denton, Collin, Rockwall and Tarrant Counties. The advice given here is not and should not be taken as a substitute for in-person consultation with counsel, particularly where legal documents, such as court orders need to be reviewed. Mrs. Reiter is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. More information can be found at www.elisareiter.com.
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