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Me: I am at my wits end dealing with a guy who has threatened to tell my employer all about the sexual activities we have discussed with each other and some that we have done on the two occasions we have met. The activities we have done are not wrong but are deeply embarrassing. What can I do if this guy does contact my employer? I don't think there is a lot I can do to stop him from telling them if he really wants to though.
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What does the guy want in return for his silence please?
It is unclear what he wants exactly. I think it is to continue meeting with me and continue our relationship, however he hasn't explicitly said that. He makes out that he will 'report' me to my employer. We didn't speak for a few months then he texted me saying sorry. I have continued texting him back to keep him as happy as I can as I don't want him to speak to my employer but I have kept stalling him about meeting again. Occasionally he will then reply with something along the lines of 'our fun is over, we are never meeting again' but then gets back in touch and apologises. I'm scared that if I ignore the messages, he will speak to my employer.
It says 'the expert is: offline' - is someone able to get back to my query now if possible please?
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What does this mean please? "There may be offences under the communication legislation that would apply."
I am responding to him because I'm scared of what will happen if I don't respond. Does that not count at all?
If he were to contact my employer after I sent that text to him that you suggest, would this also count as harassment?
Ok thanks. I have blocked him on my phone at the moment. Would it be a good idea to unblock and have him text a couple of times and then send that message asking to stop?