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She was the one who got the police involved. They just called me. No charges. I explained a love triangle gone awry. I guess I'm thinking if she continues to badger me, I've stopped all communication, i can just hand it off to my attorney.
Yes, no threats at all were made. Just the sad, please talk me be barrage of emails and texts that one associates with love gone south. She is definitely the one who pushed the proverbial button. What I've also found out, from him, is that he cheated on his wife with her. Wife started in and rightly so, but she was going to possibly press charges against then wife ( but because children were involved, he talked girlfriend down) I know. What a mess right? Run like heck and take it as a learning experience. Thank you for your help.
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