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I am sorry but I cannot give you good news then. I’m afraid you are in difficulty here.
I am afraid you cannot remove a CAWN. It is not a finding of guilt. It is no more than a police notification of the dangers largely actually to protect you not her.
In fact, it is a police mechanism of diverting allegations away from prosecution.
It means no more than that you cannot make further contact.
A better option would be to pursue the false allegations.
I'm sorry this isn't the answer you wanted but it is the position that you face and I have a duty to inform you truthfully.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if you need more information.
Do you know what the mother alleged?
What were they?
You do have the option to get a solicitor to write to her warning her of the laws of defamation. That would only cost about £100.
The difficulty with suing is that we don’t really know quite what the mother has said. She must have said something but defamation is a very expensive action and she probably can’t pay it anyway.
A solicitors’ letter might well resolve this.
You can apply for anything that is held upon you but seeking your own DBS checks.
You need to avoid young women like this. They are always trouble and always the first to pretend to be victims and throw the blame on you.
Find yourself normal friends who aren't bouncing off the walls and dont place you in this position.
No problem and all the best.
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