he hit her !!(44 Posts)
my daughter and her ex have gone through a lot, basically he cheated on her when pregnant, she wont get back with him, he is totally gutted and still loves her, but has moved on, he makes everything difficult and threatens her, he hasn't bonded with his son and is indifferent to hm, but takes him for a few hours, so so he can see my daughter, he tries to ruin everything she does, I keep a book as the solicitor advised, and note all he does, last year he was punching her on the arm and she told him to stop and why was he doing it and he said, cause I can. her solicitor to get it logged with the police, she didn't want to do this as she said he will apoligise tomorrow which he did.
I said you should still get it noted for future but she didn't. Today he came to take his son to a party, and said I don't like them clothes on him, so my daughter said tough, when you buy and pay for them you can choose, he looked cute navy shorts and a navy and white t-shirt, all brand new, he said he looked lke the kid off the adams family and went upstairs throwin his clothes about and put on jeans and a sweatshirt , it was warm today and he was going to an indoor bouny ball place.
as he was leaving, they had an argument about how he wants her back and she said no way, and he punched her in the face, and walked away, yelling threats, he has texted her saying, he is going to smash her home up and each time he sees her he will hit her and if he sees her with another man he will smash their faces in aswell..
sorry this is so long, he said to her, she will be hearing from his solicitor as he wants his son each weekend and walked off, im not so worried about the smashing the house up he is always full of threats, but hitting her, I told her she must log it with the police, any advice at all ??
on his face book he said seeing my child laugh and smile is priceless, I wanted to put and smacking his mother and throwing the birthday party bag and cake round the room is that priceless, but he would just delete it'
please ring police, do it now before u.change your mind. this is a serious assault. I was in an abusive relationship, I only rang police once and changed my mind last minute about pressing charges. I regret it so much now its caused so many problems with having to provide evidence. this guy is very dangerous and needs to b kept away from your daughter and her baby . look what is in the news atm. it happens. ring police and then women's aid.
also, expect him to phone social services about her. contacting the police will help to reaassure social services that she is taking steps to protect her son.
you need to phone the police about the threats he has made. sadly, they may be real, rather than just a scare tactic. woth getting thoise logged so they have the address tagged as urgent.
For goodness sake report to police and stop contact .
Let him go to solicitor but have the police reference number. Refusing to believe relationship is over is a bad sign for possible violence . And it is a risk factor for child too.
He should see son ina contact centre for now until there is evidence he can behave.
The child will be fine not seeing dad for few weeks while proper contact is sorted.
She must not let this man in her house or near her
Report his threats to the police
we went to the police yesterday and they were really nice, we went into a room with a lovely policewoman, she said if my daughter wanted to report it, he would be arrested right away, and this scared her, and also he lives with his grandmother, and she didn't want to upset her, the police lady said she wasn't happy with her walking away and she will be back in work on Thursday night, for to go away and have a good talk with me and she was happy that she is staying with me. so thankyou for all your advice, but until she decided to do something there is not a lot more I can do, I have messaged his grandmother to let her know what is going on as he is a great and convincing lier, so I will have to go with her wishes for now, but if he goes near her agin I will call the police myself, thanks again
Why should his grandmother believe you ? Best is to have police arrest and question him let him explain to police.
He will probably get a caution nothing more but it means it is recorded so if it happens again there is more evidence to keep child away from him.
Protecting his grandmother is not protecting her and her child from a violent lying man.
Who should she be concerned about ? Herself and her child?
Or the grandmothers feelings ?
I totally agree with you, the grandmother does believe me as I have known her several years and she knows iam a decent person like herself, iam trying to talk some sense into her.I know I shouldn't have to, but that's how it is
Just make sure you take action and report the next incident to the police yourself and try and get your daughter away from this man.
If you trust the grandma then you could deliver the child to grandma for his dad to see him.
Of course the guy apologises after that is how abusive people work
Then its important that she knows that if she does not cooperate with reporting and taking steps to keep away from him that the uk has a policy of ss cp referrals being made by police automaticly as soon as they deal with a DV incident where children are involved.
If she cooperates and safeguards the baby and herself all that will happen is a letter or phone call saying no further action. If she does not then they will take steps to make her via the cp process.
social services place a lot of responsibility on the non -risky parent to protect the children. if she does nto call the police then they will set up a case conference and the childen will quite likely be placed on the at risk register.
I will show her all these messages and hopefully she will see sense, he phoned me before and said he will be down at 4 to see his son, I said she isn't back yet, as she has took him to the beach with his friends, and their mums, and he started to rant at me, she should stay in knowing he is coming down, and he will take him and not answer her phone calls etc, that I defend her too much, because I said its a nice day and why should she sit in waiting for him, when many a time you don't bother to show up and he yelled and hung up on me, the phone did ring back but I ignored it. Im sick of the whole situation and his controlling ways, he went to another country for 4 months and wasn't bothered about his son then, and was going to live there, only it didn't work out, so now he has took back on what he dropped, and to try and control her, he has since nov last year bought 2 boxes of nappys and wipes and 1 pair of pumps, and he works full time, not even a penny, heis unbelievable.
Why is she letting him take the baby?
Its a bit of a no no when you have a violent nut job.
Why are you even engaging in conversation at all with him?
Its easier this way, otherwise he goes all nasty, and at least I can keep an eye on him and what he does. He doesn't take him out, he sees him in my house, its not really what I want, but I feel torn and I agree exactly with what everyone is saying, im stupid I know.
You're not stupid, you're trying to make the best of a very difficult situation.
Will your DD speak to women's aid or a solicitor? If not, would you consider seeking advice on her behalf? At least just information on what her options would be.
Does she read books? There is a great one called Why Does He Do That? by Lundy Bancroft which is amazing for translating the crap these men spew out into plain English and may help her move forwards. I am concerned for her and feel her reluctance to press charges may be misguided. Can you press charges yourself? I don't know how the legal system works. I know she is an adult but you say yourself she is young and feels overwhelmed; maybe she wants someone to take it out of her hands and deal with it so that she doesn't have to. He has assaulted her, seriously threatened her and seems to have no interest in his son other than to use him to continue to control and torment your DD.
Adult or not, if she was mine I'd be fighting for her to remove this vile piece of scum from her and her sons life as soon as humanly possible. And then book her onto the freedom course!
Its not stupid your concerned about what will happen if your not around.
Have a chat with woman's aid they can reassure you that there are several steps she can take to prevent him giving her hassle and grief and being demanding and controling with the baby and using the child to abuse her.
He's in control, never doubt it.
A punch in the face is evidence enough - you are sadly facilitating, like your daughter. That is how these psychotic types work. On your decency and making you feel guilty.
He is getting what HE wants.
I was in this situation with two babies. I got out, far away into a refuge.
A complete cut. This is such a volatile situation.
Then, mediate, on your terms, with solicitors. Access? In a contact centre only.
TAKE BACK THE CONTROL.
He is absolutely dispicable.
Make new rules, do it today ad ring Wmen's Aid.
You don't want or need this arsehole in your home.
Your grandson doesn't need to witness his Mum being punched in the face (God what must that have done to him).
Your DD does not need him coming round and making life hard for her.
In your shoes I would be contacting the police for advice and getting out an injunction banning this dickhead from coming anywhere near the house.
If he wants to see his child he can do that in a contact centre.
And overnight or weekend visits? With a man who is known to be violent would be a case of over my dead body. What might he do if your DD has pissed him off? Would your grandson be safe?
Another thing having read the tread and seen your other posts.....his violence is escalating.
Also don't minimise the effect that witnessing all this tension etc will have of your grandson. I see no evidence that you ARE minimising this but just keep it in mind. It isn't good for him and the last thing he needs to have as his main male role model is a violent abuser.
I am seriously scared for your DD. He is an abuser and evidently has no insight into his behaviour.
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