But she won't get what's coming. She is bloody teflon. I have been in trouble and she just walked away, not her problem. I am going to write down all the stuff she has done, publish it and get film rights :-)
I totally understand how you feel; I have only recently dumped my very toxic friend, but unfortunately I had to ditch other friends in the process too as she got very very nasty towards me on a night out and when I told her not to ever contact me again, several sided with her.
Still, we are far better without these toxic nasty people in our lives. I always felt deflated and put-down when I saw her, everything she said had a sting in its tail and although I thought she was fundamentally a nice person with foot-in-gob actually she turned out to be very nasty. Her comments had been getting me down and actually I feel like a weight has been lifted now I no longer have to see her or have any contact with her.
I cut off from a toxic friend last year. He'd become increasingly demanding, entitled, querulous and domineering towards me in the last couple of years. He's blind, and on the one hand bites people's heads off for offering the "wrong" help or advice as he wants to be independent (this is fine, no problem with it) but on the other will play the blind card to keep me skipping round him and dropping everything to do his bidding. (He can be very nasty if I can't or won't). Final straw was when I was put at risk of redundancy last year. I have bipolar so had to look after myself at a stressful time to avoid relapsing, not to mention get another job, (which I did in the end), so I asked him not to phone me for a while. Not only did he not do as I had asked, but he gave his mistress my phone number as she had a computer problem and she phoned me, and a couple of days later he rang me to say - without any preamble - that his wife couldn't get on to Amazon. That was the last straw. I think I have done more than enough for him over the years and for precious little thanks or reciprocal help. He can jog on.
We have mutual friends, another blind man and his wife and they are in complete agreement with me that he is draining and that I must look after myself and cut him off. I am so angry with him and have resisted all his attempts to worm his way back in. I can't stand his absurd emotional messes, his ungraciousness and his wretched misogyny. I'm well rid.