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Really need good, sensible advice please.

(3 Posts)
sorryanon Fri 19-Sep-08 16:02:17

My sister (23) has always liked a drink and tends to go out every Friday/Saturday night, pubs and nightclubs. She usually phones me or I phone her at least every other day.

Since last weekend however I had not heard from her at all, I phoned her wednesday and she sounded really off and obviously did not want to talk so I let her get off the phone. I have since been very worried about her however and so phoned her again last night. She said "something had happened" and she needed advice so we arranged for her to come here today and we could talk.

Basically, she got together with a 'man' last weekend, on saturday night. They were drinking all night and she invited him back to her flat (I've told her about this before but its like talking to a brick all). They slept together 3 times during the night and he left in the morning. He then text her all sunday and she asked if they could meet up on the monday, he said he couldn't as he had school shock turns out he has only just turned 14.

I have not seen the lad so do not know how the hell she fell for this but obviously it's pretty serious. He has been texting her manically ever since and she's scared to death he will report her out of spite if she doesn't see him again.

She is a trainee nursery nurse so this would ruin her entire career.

We really need advice on how to deal with this. I think if she goes to the police herself and explain what has happened it shows her in a good light? She thinks this is the worst thing we could do.

sorryanon Fri 19-Sep-08 16:12:36

Actually, it seems it has been a bit of a practical 'joke'. Please ignore. (sorry)

Pennies Fri 19-Sep-08 16:15:05

Practical joke? What, on you by her or on her by him?

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