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She signed on pretending she was me at 10:08 and 10:09 pm last night. She added her email address to the website. I found out there was an issue due to 3 emails from Sallie Mae. I called them up and set up an email she does not know about and have the phone calls to retrieve information from Sallie Mae only accessible if I call from my cell phone. Similar issues have gone on like this for years and I have spent many hours trying to resolve this issue. Like I stated, I don't want her fined (except for all court related costs if neccesary, I just want to be left alone. I do not access her information, an I have finally had enough.
Unfortunately she is not one to take to an honesty or a threat. She does as she wants and plays the victim when her plans fail. My only other issue that goes along with this is that when she started the last divorce in August 2012 she told me I could not speak to or see my kids until it was finalized and not send any child support money until the divorce was over. I have never had a formal child support order or amount in place and in September has demanded money and to throw me in jail and that I still can't see my children or if she does its last moment giving me no reasonable time to make plans. She states this allows her to access my information as she desires and demands $11,000.oo in child support. I have sent money for holidays and school clothes and such though. Does this have any affect or give legitamacy to her outrageous claims?
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