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    Is there any way at all you could have a quiet chat with her dad, explain the situation and what you believe to be the truth and just suggest he be a little bit more watchful around them?

    Of course, if you two don't have a good relationship definitely don't but if you are on friendly terms?

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    Wow, that is such a tough situation to be in. I would take Nomsie's route if you're on good terms. I would make it clear that you're not accusing the boy at all, just say what was said to your Mum and what she said when you asked her so that he can be on the lookout. I wouldn't mention it to his girlfriend if you can avoid it, it would just upset her and put her on the defensive.

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    I would let it go. I would remind her about personal space and if she wants to tell you anything down the track that's fine.

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    gosh, not a good situation. I would make a point of telling your daughter about her personal space, and that no one is allowed to touch her anywhere that she knows is her private space. I guess the children are not sharing a bedroom or spending a lot of time without adults around. marie

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