We divorced in 09. Years later: I have been taken to court over false domestic violence claims, it was tossed out and the judge was confused at how she got a temp restraining order to begin with. She filed false accusations with DCF, i was investigated- nothing came of it. Each time she wants to make her cases she files false abuse claims like when she wanted to move out of state and I wouldnt give her sole custody of our son. She is vindictive and at my visitation pick up, she called the cops for trespassing because i was on her property for the pick up (designated place in divorce decree). She paints our 5yr old son's nails for each of my visitations. She tells our son that I forgot him and his mother and do not love him! She threated to due harm on my fiancee if she takes off his nail polish again. She writes online that she wants me to have no job, no child, be kicked out of military and be in federal prison. Her new ex husband will testify on my behalf. He has majority time of their son. She was in mental hospital for month an half- found out much later. She has manic depression and she wrote to her new ex- husb. that she just doesnt want me in her life and was going to disappear w/ our son to a different state than the one she petitioned to move to. She makes brash decisions and always makes disparaging comments to my son about me. She has refused all court ordered contact even nightly phone contact. She shoves me and throws rocks at my car at visitations. My son acts out because of this stress. He's expressed this to me.I dont want to take away him from her. I just want him in a safe and healthy environment. A change of majority time will change that.
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