Q: Can my sugar daddy get me jailed knowing that I don't have control of his money.
I'm kinda stuck and confused on something. I'm trying to leave my sugar daddy but he is trying to get me jailed because he thinking I'm trying to steal from but what happens was he put money in my account about $4000 but the money he put in was fraudulent. I told he that the bank might not give it back because the money was not mines. then he started threatened me saying that he going to get his brother who is an fbi and get me jailed. can he do that but is this my fault
A: Go to the bank. Sign a fraud affidavit and tell them what you know and you should be fine. You haven’t committed any crime.
A: As the saying goes, if you sleep with dogs you're going to get fleas.
I suggest you tell him to go right ahead and call the police. The police won't care, and if they behave true to form they will tell him this is "a civil matter" and they won't even take a report. If the deposit was made in good funds, he gave you a gift of the money is the way it sounds to me. If as you say the funds were not good money, he has nothing to complain about.
Besides, he does not sound like the kind of person who would want law enforcement snooping into his affairs.
I am pretty sure that this guy does not have a brother in the FBI, and if he has a brother "in the FBI" it's because the brother is probably sitting in a FBI holding cell.
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