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Did your daughter inform the man who has been approaching her to stop contacting her and that she is not interested in having any type of contact with this man?
Well. The first thing that she has to do it to tell this man in a very firm way that she is not interested in any type of contact with him and for this man to leave her alone and not to ever contact her or to approach her.
Once she does tell this man to stay ways from her, then if he ever tries to approach her again, she should call police and make a report of stalking and harassment.
This is a very serious situation and in today's world, your daughter simply can't take the chance of being harmed or further stalked by this older man, just because she wants to be polite and civil, especially if it is obvious that this man has some type of interest in your daughter and has been pretty much following her around.
That doesn't change anything.
She can be anyone professionally, it doesn't make her any less vulnerable to a threat of harm from a potential stalker or possibly a maniac...
If this man has been following your daughter around and has shown such an unhealthy interest in your married young daughter, it would not be wise or safe for your daughter to provide any massage services to this man.
Your daughter has the right only to provide her massage services to the clients that she is comfortable with.
The first thing would be for your daughter to firmly state to this man that she is in now way, shape or form is interested in any contact with him and to demand that he stays away from her or he would fact legal action.
This is generally the plan to address a stalking / harassment situation!
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Well, in that case your daughter should not do it alone but should be with her husband and may be couple of other people close to her.
This man has no right or reason to pull into your daughter's driveway.
She can try to file a police report, but the police would normally tell your daughter to also inform this man to stay away from her, so there is no misunderstanding about the situation.
Basically, once this man is clearly put on notice not to contact your daughter, which can also be done in a written form, if you have this man's mailing address, to avoid confrontation and the cease and desist letter should be mailed by certified mail with return receipt requested, to document such notice to stop contact and if this man still continues, then it would be proper to file a police report and also to possibly seek a restraining order against this man.
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