In which sense? We didn't leave our cat unattended and we didn't break her car windscreen. We might stand in our garden looking at the rear of both properties. We aren't targeting her. The thing that worries us the most is how many allegations or exaggerations can she keep on presenting to various agencies and do we keep on ignoring or do we deal with it directly?
So what are our options?
Which information? Have I missed a question? Sorry
If you look at each one I guess she can say that she was mistaken ie: Unattended cat . But I cant prove that we aren't targeting her because it becomes her word against ours. It just so happens that the car windscreen broke 10 days after she complained to the council.And because it was outside our house she thought it was something to do with us. Which again she could say she was mistaken.
How should we deal with the situation going forwards?