Saint Louis, MO asked in Sexual Harassment for Missouri

Q: I texted a girl a few times in a row because we had a date set up. I asked if she was still up for it. Harassment?

We were texting back and forth a lot. At one point she stopped responding but said she wanted to meet. She never told me she didn't want me to text/call her. I sent a few messages asking if we were still meeting and to please let me know if not. After the fourth or so message she responds saying "what's up" but I saw she screenshot the messages. Should I be worried at all? I never intended to harass her. I was just asking if our date was still on. Once she screenshot the messages I said something like "I wish you would have been more mature and instead of standing me up again, eff it, good luck in your search." I then unfriended her on snapchat, unmatched on tinder, and deleted her phone number.

This day and age you never know what people might do. Does this sound like a case that would be even considered for harassment?

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A: No. But take a lesson and stop pushing women, or you will get more than a screenshot.

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