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Ex seeing a vunerable teen.

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HairySubject Sat 23-Apr-16 08:32:40

Sorry if this is a but garbled but I am still shocked and disgusted.

Found out this week that ex is seeing someone, fair enough we have been separated awhile now. He was very cagey and defensive about how long he has been seeing her. I thought it was odd but left it.

Last night the police turned up at my door looking for him. Apparently his new girlfriend has been reported missing from her care home.

From what I can gather she is just turned 17 which is possibly why he was so cagey about when they started seeing each other. She is under the care of social services so clearly vulnerable.

Ex-SIL used to work with vulnerable children and said this girl has a history of making sexual allegations about men.

Ex is 28 and had already introduced this child to his daughter from a previous relationship and our son.

I feel sick that he had practically groomed this girl and I don't want him taking our three year old round there, for The police to be looking for a 17 year old she obviously has some issues going on.

Can I stop him from having our son there?

HairySubject Sat 23-Apr-16 08:35:53

Oh and he lives in a bedsit with a sofa bed and a single bed. Usually his daughter had the single bed and our son sleeps on the sofa bed with him. How will that work with this girl there.

HandyWoman Sat 23-Apr-16 09:07:32

Given that this girl had 'gone missing' - Yes you can stop your son going there. Call social services and tell them that you are worried about the exploitation of this girl and that your son may be exposed to inappropriate sexual activity. Your ex clearly has crap judgement.

I'm sorry. Apart from that you should probably try and stay out of it, on an emotional level. Concentrate on yours and your son's lives.

HairySubject Sat 23-Apr-16 09:35:29

Thank you for the reply. I am glad you agree that it would be inappropriate for us to keep going there.

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