Thank you for your follow-up.You are most welcome, truly! I can only imagine how frustrating all this can be especially when children become the pawns of this conflict. It is unfair to you, your girlfriend, but more importantly, your kids.It is possible to find out who sent the texts. Your girlfriend, for example, could choose to file suit against the ex for 'defamation of character', and when discovery od documents takes place, demand a copy of all texts and information pertaining to when such information was sent out. You can also potentially hire a forensic IT specialist you may be able to break into the phone and attempt to obtain all the data including past texts, and consequently try to figure out who sent them and when.Good luck.
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