He is blaming me and saying he will make me pay. I feel like i am being blackmailed he knows all my life details. He could twist things around to harm me and my name what can I do to prevent this? surely the police encounter this a lot
We were in a relationship for 6 years and he gave me HIV and then allowed a new beau to harass me out of our condo... Ex changed locks and wouldn't let me have any of my belongings and is saying he doesn't have any of it anymore. Shared account paid for everything he will say he paid for... Read more »
We purchased a dog from a breeder and rehomed him. We paid $1900 for the dog spent $100 in extras, $100 vet, $600 in trip costs. Sold the dog for $4000. Weeks later The new owner has now found the breeders post selling them for less. She is threatening us and trying to extort money. She is posting... Read more »
She took our child and moved out of state for another guy. In desperate need of wanting a single bit of information or form of contact, I reached out to her family members, friends, and I emailed her as well. Yes we have exchanged mean argumentative emails however I just wanted to know the... Read more »
I can prove breach of contract, personal injury, and tortious interference for 2 companies who were my former employer’s (Shelby County Government) third-party administrators. These are the CorVel Corporation and CONCERN Employee Assistance Program (EAP). As follows:
I am being defamed/slandered on social media by my exs wife. Not only has the posts defamed/slandered me it has caused tremendous depression, anxiety, and possibly hurt my reputation. I work for the Public and I rely on the public for business in my industry. I feel the defaming and slander is... Read more »
Call your attorney and ask him for assistance. This should be returned to the District Attorney General who will need it for a case. And maybe there is something that you might get for your honesty from the DA. Some LEO is going to be very embarrassed, so it is better to deal with the DA than...Read more »
The individual vandalized their own property in Virginia where they reside the individual went so far as to leave a letter with my spouses name as if I left the letter and vandalized their property leading to an investigation and being questioned I have never seen or met this individual nor do I... Read more »
i was lied to about everything from the beginning! first medical purposes only then I got a letter in the mail saying that I owed child support weeks and weeks later when the ones helping me with the child told me the reason they were offering me their help was because they could afford it and they... Read more »
I've been sent threatening messages from the same person through different accounts and they have made fake accounts just to be able to send these messages to me. Does it still count towards harassment even though it's fake accounts and names?
Yes, you may want to consider seeking an Order of Protection against this person. You could also consider calling the non-emergency police line and reporting the harassment. Sometimes a cease and desist letter from an attorney is successful in getting someone to stop messaging. If these options...Read more »
My back up and train me deliberately only gave me half answers so I would make mistakes, was exceptionally rude in tone and gestures, and would tell lies about me while not helping me ever. My VP and my manager both asked me how I was getting along with her when I first started which should have... Read more »
You should consult with an attorney. You have several options here. Some of which you said you do not want to pursue. One option is to send your former co-worker a demand letter threatening to sue her if she talks about you with others. That may help in this situation. Overall, you should discuss...Read more »
You should consult with an attorney who practices employment law in Tennessee prior to posting anything about your boss or his business on Facebook, even if you don't explicitly identify him or the company by name. Defamation laws are state-specific. An employment attorney will be able to...Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could notify the entity with which the claim was filed that it was based on false information. You could contact a Tennessee attorney to discuss the viability of a defamation claim against the wrongdoer....Read more »
$638 for Seattle alone and then another $360 for the California trip. Unfortunately I was hospitalized Western State and was there for 3 days. Upon my release which was also 1 week out to go to Seattle, I was unable to go do to a new medication and I told my cousin immediately but she didn’t... Read more »
I can't tell why you would be sued for the facts provided? Did you promise to pay for the trips? She may not have a good case, but unfortunately, if you are sued you should appear at the court date. Otherwise, you risk having a default judgment entered against you.
Someone (i actually know who it is but cant prove it) has been harassing my phone with anonymous texting apps mentioning where i live, saying dcs has been called, calling me racial slurs, Saying im poor and police wont help me, even claimed to be a dcs worker etc. Then ive had 2 dcs complaints... Read more »
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