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I think my EX is planning to kill me.
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Posted 3/23/12
Why don't you just get a gun? Problem solved:)
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Posted 3/23/12
I would seriously suggest going to the police, ending up in jail is better than getting killed by a crazy ex isn't it? Plus, I don't think she'd be able to get off the hook just because you got into her email.
Posted 3/23/12
Yeah, go to downtown Mpls. You know there are a lot of cops there (just in case you end up...) and the ambulance is always ringing. Nonetheless, people go to downtown all the time. I suggest one of the busiest place...maybe US Bankcorp or else Barnes and Noble.
Posted 3/23/12

ChaseTheCase wrote:

This has been troubling me lately, but I just went through a pretty disturbing break up not too long ago, im sure most of you notice I mention my EX in my posts a lot. Well, the main reason is because she was pretty unstable in the head. After she stole my Social security card in a vain attempt to keep me around under the threat of "ruining my life", I finally gave up and just walked away. it just wasn't working. I live with no regrets, I don't care for "What ifs" "What can be" and "What could have been". She doesn't understand this, and wont move on. I have.

Regarding the whole Social card incident, I have life lock, and various other protection systems so im not really worried if she tries to ruin my credit, its virtually impossible without valid information that only I know.

Anyways, I logged into her email the other day to delete some messages I had sent her that I hope she forgot about regarding some very sensitive information. The reason I even have access to her email is because I was the one who set her password, she is one of those people who use stupid easy passwords such as "password", "123456" or her name..etc, so I took the liberty of helping her with a pretty secure password. Thats when I noticed a couple emails to and from Craigslist regarding her haggling and purchasing a 9 MM Hi- Point pistol, with a clip worth of ammunition from some dude for 130$ Shes never been into guns. And the emails started right after the day we broke up.

Lately shes been pretty eager to find out where I live now since I moved, and has even gotten a hold of my new cellphone number. Im kinda worried actually, the whole scenario has me tripping balls really. I got a pretty disturbing text from her saying "I have nothing to lose now."

I honestly have no idea what to do, if I goto the cops I can actually get sued for privacy invasion, I think, because a guy who caught his wife cheating ended up going to jail because he got into her email to get the proof for his divorce case..

Anyways Im thinking of trying to meet her in a public place tomorrow, or later on (downtown), being the weekend and theres tons of people around I doubt she'd try to pop me off then, she can't be that crazy (Atleast I hope not). Im going to try and talk some sense into her. Think that was a good idea? I don't want to tell any of the people I know because thats just doing too much, and I have no time for rumors or people spreading things.

Be careful of who you get yourselves involved with.




I would honestly go to the police and request a restraining order. Violate that and she goes to jail, simple enough. Additionally, if she has your SS (social security) number, then by attempting to use it or give it to someone constitutes a felony. Though proving such is difficult as well.

Don't talk to her because doing such will only encourage her to continue such behavior and the cycle will continue.

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Posted 3/23/12
OMG I know exactly what you mean except it's my best friend I'm having troubles with and I can't confront her about how insane she is because she's totally unstable and she threatens me with suicide.
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