Q: What are the legal wrights. Please see below, More Information. Thank you for your time and quick response.
My son broke up with his girlfriend and the last time he saw her in our home was on St. Patrick day. During a verbal breakup he tried to hug her to make her feel better. She is now claiming that because she told him to stop (trying to console her with a hug), that she is going to press charges against her. She is also requesting that he return all of the gifts that she gave to him, which he has done once and then re-gifted them to him. He is willing to mail the items to her to prevent any personal contact but she is saying that it is against the law to send her items without her permission. She is also threatening him that if he does not let her meet with him to received the gifts that she previously gave him that she will press charges for the hug that she was against. She now tell him that she is allowed to come on private property and enter our home to retrieve her gifts given to my son. How can we or prevent further harassment and threats from her.
It sounds like she is not thinking clearly. I don't believe she is correct by saying that "it is against the law to send her items without her permission" or that "she is allowed to come on private property and enter [your] home to retrieve her gifts" .
I suggest that he not meet with her as she is demanding.
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