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Round and round we go June 13, 2008

Posted by Mistress B in Family, In Laws.
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Again.

Some of you may remember my last update on the skank ass whore in law (SWIL for short) where I revealed that she had been rushed to surgery for eptopic pregnancy after putting off going to hospital to throw her violent scum bag ex b/f a birthday party.

I can’t remember if I mentioned it, but it only took a few weeks after that for them to get into an argument over a chocolate bar. Being the vindictive control freak with a trumph card that she is, she rang the cops and he spent the next 6 weeks in jail for breaching the terms of the AVO (restraining order) she put on him last year after allegeding that he raped her.

He had a hearing last week over the matter. She went to court and vouched for him. He got let out on a good behaviour bond under the condition that he live with his mother and not go to the SWIL’s house. She took the kids to stay with her at his mother’s house for the night to be with him. We know she’s been down there again since and that he has been to their house. The kids tell us everything and we try to help them sort out fact from fiction.

She’s told the kids that he’s changed. We told them that men like that usually don’t. I told the kids to hide and protect each other the next time he gets violent.

She’s told the kids that he can’t go to their neighbours because S doesn’t like the scumbag anymore. We explained to them that he can’t go there because of the court order and that he shouldn’t be at their house either.

Yesterday morning she dropped my niece at mum’s saying J was sick and that she needed to go get some medicine for her. I’ll be back in an hour she said. My sis dropped into mum’s an hour and a half later and said that SWIL was down the street with the scumbag.

The SWIL finally reappeared about an hour later. It was raining so she asked mum for a lift home. Mum waited till they were in the car and confronted her about seeing the scumbag again. The SWIL tried to play it down, deny it and worm her way out of it, but mum had too many details. Then she told the SWIL to stop being such a selfish girl and to start putting her kids first. She practically bolted from the car when they pulled up at her place. lol

She just doesn’t seem to realise that in a town this size that someone will always see you when you are up to something you shouldn’t be and that people will always talk.

And it’s so stupid. Yes, he’s violent, but this isn’t your typical domestic violence case. She’s the one playing the head games and trying to break him, trying to control him. It seems that the violence is him rebelling against her attempts to control and change him. I don’t get it. I really don’t. It’s a very twisted connection that they share and it has an obsessive quality to it that scares the crap out of me.

I just hope something gives soon. She’s playing a very dangerous game and it’s the kids who will pay if she doesn’t let it go.

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Comments

1. Anja - June 13, 2008

And it’s the children who suffer most out of this. The lack of stability, the life lessons they are learning (in a warped fashion) *sigh*

There’s no hope for this stupid bitch.

2. Trish - June 13, 2008

Lucky the kids have some caring adults in their lives to watch out for them.
Can anything else be done for their safety?
SWIL sounds dangerous and out of control.

3. Jayne - June 13, 2008

I agree with Trish – she’s out of control.
Disordered thought processes and behaviours, bringing her children directly into dangerous situations she’s inflaming – apart from the fact she’s got a very obvious personality disorder I’d be inclined to wonder if she hasn’t got a duel diagnosis waiting in the wings.
Which, when all is said and done, is not the best way for those kids to grow up.

4. Pure Evyl - June 13, 2008

Sadly it is the kids that always pay the biggest price.

5. Bettina - June 13, 2008

Anja – yes, it’s frustrating.

Trish – we have a few things up our sleeves…….

Jayne – Well that’s interesting that you would say that – her mother is bi-polar and the SWIL’s behaviour at times reads like a indicator list…….. and her current drug use certainly wouldn’t be helping any. Sigh.

Evyl – Yes, it is the kids that pay the biggest price, which is why we are doing everything we can to stay involved.

Unfortunately there isn’t a whole lot we can do right now. There is a lot that we know, but proving it to the satisfaction of the relevant authorities is another matter so we are just running interference where we can, monitoring, letting her know that we are monitoring to try to keep her on her toes and doing what we can to make sure the kids know that they have adults they can talk to and trust.

6. widdleshamrock - June 14, 2008

((Hugs))

So glad your mother had a wee chat with her. Let’s hope she sort her sh*t out.

7. Bettina - June 14, 2008

WS – you can say ‘shit’ in my comments. 😉

We certainly hope she sorts her shit out too.

8. widdleshamrock - June 14, 2008

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9. widdleshamrock - June 14, 2008

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10. Jayne - June 14, 2008

I think her drug use should be more the Temazapam, Valproate and Lithium , with on-going psychotherapy sessions.
Failing that, a monthly court-ordered injection of Haliperadol…it’s only a small pain in her arse compared to the large pain she’s become 😉

11. Dorothy Stahlnecker - June 16, 2008

This is so scary and yes for the children. Adults can choose their life however, the kids always seem to be the ones who often pay a price.

My prayers and blessings for the kids.

Dorothy from grammology
remember to call gram
grammology.com

12. Talia - June 17, 2008

I’ll be praying for these kids, and just… everything.

Sounds like you’re the light they are needing, so keep up telling them the truth!!


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