Fresno, CA asked in Sexual Harassment for California

Q: can i make a statement and get it notirIzed of his mom molesting him at 10 yrs an having a sexual relationship foyears

she seduced me at 10 and off and oń over the next 30 - 40 years i dont want to file a report just want it on paper

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Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II
Answered
  • Newport Beach, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Him who? You? This document will probably not have any legal effect due to the passage of time, since the subject of harassment is now over 50 years old. Statute of limitations has long run out after this passage of time. There is no legal prohibition to the creation of such a statement, if the harasser is willing but neither can you make her sign it.

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William John Light
William John Light
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  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You can ask, but I don't know why anyone would sign that. Also, this relationship apparently went on until you were 50 years old. At that point, you were no longer a victim, but a participant. Sexual relationships are deemed improper/illegal if one of the participants is under 18, or (even between adults) if there is a relationship that prohibits it, like psychotherapist-patient.

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