My ex had been leaving our son alone before and after school. My son had been calling me in the morning and after school letting me know where he was. Last week I was talking to my son he said he was crossing the street and then his phone went dead I call his friend same thing no answer. I called and called for almost an hour. I then drove by his dads home and went to check on him. My son was for the first time with a babysiiter a 18 year old kid who is a puppet to my ex. He wasnt letting my son answer his phone. My ex is trying to get a restraining order on me now my ex wasnt even there at the home. In the ten years we have been divorced I never had to check on my son until he started to hide the fact his wife is now working. (A reason why he had more custody because his wife was home)The baby sitter is saying I wasnt allowed in the house but that is not true I asked if I could throw my McDonalds cup away and he said yes and then asked me to leave and I did. I was outside his house with my son when the baby sitter comes out telling me he called the police and he was scared of me....wth scared of me..he is 18 year old male and I was kissng and hugging my son all happy he was safe....that is scary no that is being coaching by my ex what to say to the cops. The baby sitter and my ex were talking on the phone before the cops came. The cop told me beleived I was there just checking on my son and not doing anything malicious. My ex wasnt even there....is this something the family courts will place a restraining order on ....or do you think it will get thrown out. My ex knows I am filing a RFO to get back 50/50 because I moved back to town and he doesnt want me to have 50/50 i have emails from him saying that. .
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