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missymisdaParticipantJune 15, 2015 at 3:20 pm #80984
So I was dating two guys. One of them (rob) was really fun and easy-going and the other (john) was very successful and from a politically connected family.
I made the mistake of telling John I broke up with Rob and wanted to be just with him. I broke up with him soon after telling him I was with Rob first and it was only fair to stay with Rob. That’s when the nightmare started. John found Rob’s email and sent him dirty pics I sent along with tons of texts telling him I loved him. The trouble didn’t end there.
Two weeks later, John texted me asking for his diamond jewelry back. I ignored him because those are gifts and gifts aren’t returned. He told me I would end up paying back 10x what I refused to give him back and never contacted me again.
Soon after, the IRS sent me an audit and I had investigations opened on my business from a few different state departments. I’m now at the point where the legal trouble is overwhelming and every few weeks, a new investigation
missymisdaParticipantJune 15, 2015 at 3:21 pm #80985
What am I supposed to do at this point? He is hell bent on revenge. I’m really sorry that I got involved with two people but it seems like he is deliberately causing me financial damage by using his family’s business partners in the state government.
I don’t have any interest in talking to him but I want him to stop. What can I do? Attorneys are asking for insane amounts of money and the police say no crime was committed for a restraining order or to have him arrested. Please tell me what to do?
catloverParticipantJune 16, 2015 at 9:24 pm #81151
Maybe you should try talking to him but bring along a trusted third party as sort of a witness to vouch for you. Write down your questions ahead of time and go in confident that a compromise can be made. Just an idea. Hoping things work out for you.
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