Q: Hello, my mom is filing false charges against me for an item I have not stolen. What can I do if and when she do so?
My mom had given me permission to enter her storage unit to tale out furniture. But is now accusing me of steal a bix of photos. And is now saying I also stoled from her house as well and if i don't come to her house by the end of this week, with said items. She will press charges against me. Problem is that one item she accused me of taking is in her storage unit and she never states what item I have taken from her house. So me going to her house will be a trap to harass me me further. But I have never been in trouble with the law and scared of being charged with theft. What can I do to prove my innocence and that her report is false. I know where her photos are in her ynit and she has the key to it. So there's no way I can show and prove it myself. She also been texting me non stop, with no response from me and she keeps texting me back threatening me.
A: more info needed.
what is your age? do you live with mom?
does she have mental issues?
maybe send a detailed explanation to her that you could present to a court if it comes to that. Explain she gave you permission and that the location of what she is looking for is in the locker etc.
however, I suspect police would possibly say it is a civil matter.
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