Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
We only had a lunch together this wednesday and she said some pretty harsh things to me. I was annoyed and therefore I sent her some text messages on wednesday to tell her some home truths on how she is acting and then I left it on thursday. Today I sent her a message that I wont say anything to her new partner even though she had wronged and wished her luck for the future. She responded saying she didnt care what I said and threatned to report me for harassment even though I have not been abusive or aggressive.
Since wednesday I have messaged her a total of 4 times. 3 messages were all on wednesday one after another due to limits on character. Amd the final one was today this morning.
No she did not. She only responded to my message from today.
I have no intention to contact her again. I would like to know, however, if I am in a public place and she happens to be there am I breaking her request to not contact her as sometimes we may end up at the same restaurant for example?
I just find it bizarre that people cannot try to understand why things have happened they way they have without crying harassment. Is there no room to talk about why people have been wronged? Besides she only told.me today she was feeling harassed.
Agreed. So what do you suggest I do now? I am worried that if I am in the same public place as her she may try to manipulate this as an act of harassment. In addition, if I work close by her location of work how does this impact me.
They will give me a warning without proving anything? This is very worrying as it seems I dont have rights to defend myself in this instance if she decides to do so. I have never done this before and just because she makes a false allegation I may suffer as a consequence.
Ok thanks - finally is there anything I can do to tell her to not harass me or contact me further?
What do I do in the event that my ex decides to spread false rumours about me even though I no longer keep in contact with her? What rights do I have if she harasses me in this manner?
Ok thanks. Am I at a liberty to politely tell her to stop doing these repeated harassments before I take legal action? And furthermore, am I able to tell her partner the truth about what has happened between us? I feel that he ought to know the truth. Therefore is me contacting her partner still harassing her?
Well she has not reported anything as yet. But what about the truth that her partner ought to know? And all of this is highly unfair as she has decided to use the harassment card on me, however, I cant tell her to stop harassing me because I cannot contact her? I just dont understand why the law works in this way.
Sorry - my question asked what can I do if her partner decides to know the truth about what happened between us? Am I permitted to tell him the truth? And secondly am I permitted to politely tell her to stop harassing me if she decides to harass me? too?
Ok many thanks for you help on this mattwr. Would like to close this out now as I have no further information I require. How do I close this out?
Ok thanks - one final question as it comes to mind. Am I alone permitted to contact her partner and tell him the truth about what happened even though she is hiding the truth? I want to ensure that I am not harassing her by telling someone the truth they ought to know.
Im unclear as to your first sentence. Previously you mentioned the truth can be told to anybody but now that saying so amounts to indirect contact. I would like to take yiur advice as there is a guy who deserves to know the truth but cant bscause saying so results in indirect harassment. Surely the moral aspect deserves a chance here?
Ok thanks - but there is nothing preventing me from saying the truth to my friends and others if I am asked is there? Or does this bizarre law prevent me from speaking freely about truthful events.