Q: Divorcing my wife who I had a baby with. She's threatening to show Judge a video of me with a Knife from last year.
When I moved to a new state. I reconnected with my ex girlfriend who I still loved. I used my savings to help her move across the country with me (flights, car shipping, etc.) We discussed for her to get acclimated with the new city and then find a job to start helping contribute to our household.
Month later it was clear that we were not on the same page, she refused to go through with what we had planned (not filling out applications, going on interviews or job hunting). I asked for her to move out and I would her back home to her moms house where she came from. She taunted me saying she is not leaving, she's gonna do what she wants and freeload off of me and there isn't anything I can do because we are married. I was frustrated and pulled out a kitchen knife to stab her airbed ( I didn't stab it, I was trying to scare her to leave). She recorded it and is saying she is going to use that video with the judge so that I won't have any custody rights to our child. Will that work?
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