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Threats from partners family member whilst pregnant.. Scared

(7 Posts)
Roseylee20 Mon 22-Dec-14 21:48:49

I have posted about my dislike of my partners aunty and family in general before. I don't even think anyone will be able to advise as it's such a complex situation 😔 I worked for his aunty for a couple of years until this week when I eventually left. Basically she has sacked other staff members this year due to her believing they were thieving etc.. She now believes I was doing the same but to cut a long story short, her and her husband aren't the people that you would want to mess with. She is very vindictive, and knows a mass of people. I think you can all work out what sort of people that I mean they are! She has been sending vile text messages as to which I have now blocked her number and other people involved with her. I am changing my number tomorrow. She has also sent my partner a lot of messages of which he is keeping just incase. I have been really anxious tonight, crying and just generally worried and on top of that all, worried that I don't want any anxiety to harm my baby 😔 I'm 23 weeks. I wouldn't even like to ring the police on them as I would not put it past them to do something back. My partners family, minus a few, are sure to take her side due to there being a lot of brothers and sisters of hers, and my partner and his mum have always sort of been the outcasts of the family anyway. Has anyone else been in a similar situation with partners families?!?! I don't know what else to do 😔

Roseylee20 Mon 22-Dec-14 21:49:44

Sorry I have just realised that instead of emoji's, it has come up with random symbols. They are meant to be an unhappy face :-(

Roseylee20 Mon 22-Dec-14 21:50:51

I also feel like my partner is stuck in the middle of everything which makes me feel guilty but then also he knows it's not my doing :-(

RiverRocks Tue 23-Dec-14 08:51:21

Sorry to hear you're in this position, Rosey.

I can't offer you any advice, I'm afraid (except move far, far away from the nasty lot of them!), but flowers for you.

You might be better posting in the relationships section? There will be people there dealing with similar issues, I would imagine.

Take care of yourself - you and baby are most important here xx

Roseylee20 Tue 23-Dec-14 09:17:04

Thankyou riverrocks. I'll repost in the other section. I think that's what we want to do. A new start :-( x

blackwidow74 Tue 23-Dec-14 14:00:07

I'm thinking perhaps your immediate course of action is to get an injunction against her contacting you in any way shape or form ... A quick chat to the local force on 101 will tell you where you stand on that ... The more distance you and hubby put between you and them the better

Roseylee20 Tue 23-Dec-14 14:41:08

Thank you blackwidow .. Will look in to that one x

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