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I will try and help. First of all, "make problems for me" is vague. Secondly, regardless, you have no expectation of privacy in information you knowingly publish to the web. For that reason, unless they are libeling/slandering you and you can prove falsity and damages, about the only practical thing you can do is to un-friend them.
I hope this helps.
This is confusing. If you did not go out on a date with someone you did not know, how did she get into your bank account and why did you have a joint bank account with her?
Are you saying that your wife thought you went out with some other girl and withdrew all the money from your joint bank account?
Ok, then un-friend this person, make your account private and ignore then. If and when they do something against you, write us back and tell us about it and we will see what, if anything, we can do.
That sounds about right. I would contact her and demand some of the money if it is in fact partially yours.
I know this is thin, but I hope it helps.
Yes, if she files for divorce there is not much you can do but go with the flow.