My daughter was choked twice and sexually harassed by a student in her class, 1st grade. I met with the district once and nothing was resolved. I have been keeping my child home because I am so concerned with her safety at that school. The school can not tell me when that boy will be back at... Read more »
My sister-in-law claims that my son, who is 15 years old has sexually abused her youngest daughter who is 5 years old after having had a one-on-one conversation with her and having taken her to a psychologist. She has threatened us to legally proceed against our son and us, and she will go as far... Read more »
Hire a criminal defense attorney. There is no recourse against a false accusation except defending yourself unless your son is the victim of intentional misconduct. It would be a very difficult case to claim that a 5 year old was intentionally lying and that a psychologist was intentionally lying.
She is 16 years old and she is due to give birth in December, however they have recently gotten engaged. There is a huge age gap but it seems that they’re planning on keeping and raising the kid together so I’m not sure what to do in terms of reporting the incidence.
Why don't you ask your HR dept. what they think of your idea? If you like your intern that much, quit your job, then ask him/her out. What you are describing is per se sexual harassment. Power disparity, ability to affect the intern's career. No decision your intern makes can possibly be...Read more »
I provided text messages to HR which proved that me and a former boss had a relationship that had soured which in turn caused him to lay me off and not find me another job when the account closed. He is now accusing the company of wrongful termination and claiming the text messages I provided were... Read more »
I Had invited to my girlfriend's a few days ago, noticed her phone placed in my direction like she was going to record. So I went to reach the phone but she didn't let me. Realized something's wrong and heard beeps. Long story short she was facetiming our intercourse with his guy friend. I'm not... Read more »
26-year old filming a social experiment for a 17-year old friend who goes up to strangers and gets consent to kiss them. The strangers kissed were under the age of 18 and the minimum age kissed was 15.
Edit: This social experiment was initially made for fun and has not been shared... Read more »
Minors cannot give consent to the release of their images in still or video photography. I assume that you do not have their parents' consent, either. As a result, I don't believe that you have an enforceable right to use your filming and are open to potential lawsuits from the guardians of these...Read more »
Hello! Is it legal to publish our news site the transcript of secretly made conversations of a child molester by his relatives (which is a Exhibit and main Evidence in Superior court in California)? We did redact all the personal information of victim and her parents, but the name of Defendant (who... Read more »
Ok lets say im underage and a school staff try to get at me. Tells me inappropriate comments that make me feel uncomfortable and messages me. Do i say something or stay quiet since he hasn't physically touched me.
It doesn't sound good, but whether it amounts to sexual harassment depends on a lot of factors. If that is the only incident, probably not. Nevertheless, if you find it uncomfortable, you should complain to HR and/or file a complaint with DFEH:...Read more »
If you are negotiating settlement of meritorious legal claims against him, yes, it is legal. If you are threatening exposure to the media unless he agrees to your demands, it is extortion and a crime. Hopefully, you have legal counsel to guide you.
I since then have had the feeling I've been stalked and harrased by someone else based off my religious/spiritual beliefs. My tire was slashed, and many other times I felt I was being singled out in stores and discrimanated at my children's school. I would liked to go to the police but also would... Read more »
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