Harasment and Threats - Advice Needed
Get your daughter to tell him,you will be contacting his unit, about his behaviour,that should be enough to stop him.
If he continues, then contact them.
I sympathise with your situation, however, being ex forces myself.
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 08:11 PM
My teenage daughter (19) recently broke off a relationship, her Ex is having a real problem 'moving on' and has now resorted to making threats via text and over the phone. This has been going on for about 3 or 4 weeks now although I've only just found out.
The threats are the usual "If I see you with another guy I'll beat him up" kind of thing and also the usual name calling. I'm unsure if my daughter has retalliated with similar insults (she says not but I don't know for sure). I'm sure many of you will know exactly what I'm describing here and I really do appreciate that you have far more important things to do, but as a parent I am getting a bit concerned, hence why I am seeking some quick advice and guidance.
I'm 49 and I'm more than happy to have a 'strong word' with him, but he's only 20 and what I don't want is for it to 'blow-up' in my face and leave me facing any comeback (if he then makes allegations that I have threatened him etc, but I'm not happy about doing nothing.
He's in the Army and comes home quite a few weekends, am I right in thinking that if a complaint is made direct to his commanding officer that the Army have a mechanism for dealing with it and stomping on it once and for all, or is that something of an 'urban myth'
Any advice would be very much appreciated (and I apologise for using this forum as a MOP looking for help)
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