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Being Falsely Accused

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Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 09:45:19

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Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 09:59:24

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Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 14:51:32

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OldLadyKnowsNothing Fri 07-Feb-14 14:55:12

Why would the police be interested? It's not illegal to work as a prostitute from one's own home, though I can see that social services might be concerned if there are children around at the same time.

Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 15:05:28

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Ragwort Fri 07-Feb-14 15:08:57

I would just ignore it, it is obviously not true, she probably wants to 'cause a reaction' from you by trying to get you involved.

How much contact do you have with her? Just don't get involved, it is of no interest to the police.

You don't live near her so just keep out of the whole thing and don't let her know that her behaviour has any effect on you.

OldLadyKnowsNothing Fri 07-Feb-14 15:10:30

Yes, it's perfectly legal to work as a prostitute, though one is not permitted to solicit in a public place. If she has someone living with her and she's financially supporting him, there is a risk to him that he could be done for pimping (also any dependant adult dc!) and of course if they're in receipt of benefits her earnings should be declared and tax and NI paid. This all sounds very odd. Does your dp have dc with this ex?

Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 15:14:55

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GlitzAndGiggles Fri 07-Feb-14 15:24:44

What an oddball she is. I doubt SS would say the area the call was made from anyway?

OldLadyKnowsNothing Fri 07-Feb-14 15:28:21

I've just read your other thread re WhatsApp, she's a bampot. Ignore. Sorry you're having to go through this. sad

Mumstheword1980 Fri 07-Feb-14 15:32:21

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