You poor thing, that just sounds terrible. Your poor partner as well, I imagine it would be difficult having to accept that own mother is being this way.
I think you've done the right thing by not replying & blocking her on Facebook. It sounds like she wants you to play into her drama. Hopefully if she's not getting a reaction from you both she may move onto other family instead? Does she have other kids? Have they heard from her?
I hope it doesn't happen but if she did turn up on your doorstep I'd get your partner to tell her to leave. I'd maybe have a talk about what to do if she did turn up so you're both on the same page.
In relation to her making things up to Centrelink/Child Safety. People use this all the time saying they'll lie to get others investigated. It's not that simple. Even if she did make a false claim they will look into it & it would be unsubstantiated. If she keeps making false complaints they will come to know her very well. So please don't let this cause you worry.
It sucks that you've got this person in the family causing so much drama for others. She sounds very selfish. That's terrible shes faking being crook to try & get money. I'd keep a copy of the message even if you can screen shot it. If she does start making false claims to other agencies you can show them this & it would help them see her for who she truly is.
I really hope she gets bored after no reaction & moves on.
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29-03-2016 08:52 #13
Do not feed the troll.....
As pps have mentioned, record, delete and block. Do not engage in her twisted games, it will just encourage her.
Big hugs xxxx
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29-03-2016 09:31 #14
Even though she is blocked the message is still on fb. i fully intend on keeping it.
strangely enough df mentioned it last night. i asked how he ffelt he said 'i don't care'. I'm not sure i believe it. i think its s coping strategy.... i asked if he was ok with me just denying requests and blocking anyone and he said yes.
i said did he want me to ask for info. hospital name so we could call (we would google the number and call from a payphone) incase she really is sick. he said 'i hope she dies in a gutter' i said surely. not, but he assures me he doesn't care at all. as much as i dislike her for all she's done to us i find that sad though
i said if she turns up she will be told to leave whilst I'm dialing the police and someone can get details of her vehicle ....he agrees.
I'm just worried about what her next move will be....its the unknown and waiting that scares me.
29-03-2016 10:19 #15
Geez OP, she sounds like a troublesome piece of work
Hopefully by ignoring her outright and not engaging in any contact she'll give up and move on quickly.
29-03-2016 10:21 #16
Change your privacy settings on Facebook so you're undetectable. No one but people you're already friends with can see you.
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