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I pleaded guilty to the unwanted messages. It wasn't until In arrived at court that the officer told me about the accusations of drug abuse, and that I had been monitored and tested because of those accusations. I had done nothing wrong. My wife was just causing me trouble by making shit up. Does that make sense?
Let me rephrase the question.
I am in the army and subject to military law. Drug abuse is an absolute no no and we get tested at irregular intervals throughout the year.
To be caught with drugs in a soldiers system means getting the sack and the loss of any pension pot. So pretty serious.
My wife had contacted my boss and made false allegations that I was a habitual drug user. So my superiors had been monitoring my behaviour for signs of drug use. I was also tested by the army drug testing team as part of a random test.
I didn't know my wife had even spoken to my superiors.
Obviously my behaviour is normal and no drugs where detected in my test.
My question is can I sue her for the false allegations and causing me trouble at work.
This isn't in relation to the court case.