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One long one last year that she sent to at least a dozen if not more people. Then one recently that her new husband sent to me, which I forwarded to the Cornish police since it was threatening. Now she has messaged a lady who is just a friend, but whom she believes I am involved with warning her not to see me because she says I will lie and hurt her. I am fed up with it, she has alienated my children and now won't even let me lead a life of my own without interference. I have not replied to any of the messages.
The police said with regard to the husbands message that
'I will attempt to contact him and offer him words of advice.'
This was in response to the following message:
'I see you have done yourself proud again . Fathers for justice !! More like cock of the year. Just when you started to repair the damage you caused your ego took over and posted crap again. Now no contact from xxxxx again let alone your wonderful son that carries on like your daughter to do you proud . Shame you can not see but you never will until you change . Forcing your daughter to get that upset that she has to post on your Facebook must make you proud of your self . I never wanted to speak to you again but feel you are so f**king useless as a Dad I could point you in the right direction. Keep on like you do and you will never rebuild the damage you caused. Parental alienation is a figment of your mind. What's more important your ego or your kids. Don't bother messaging me back I don't give a f**k about you!!! Just think of these kids for once Ps don't bother with the PI again next time he try's to make contact with my kids I will send him to you personally and that's a guarantee !!!!!!! ( you don't really know me do you )'
The only message I have sent to him is the following and was in response to my ex messages last year
Please advise xxxxx to stop sending messages to my friends, if it continues I will sue for libel.
I have returned items to the children every time I have returned to Cornwall and indeed ended up bring stuff back because I was unable to see the children due to child abuse claims, and domestic violence claims.
I will continue to send photos back on my UK trips, though I don't have any in the near future. Now I ask you to keep YOUR nose out of MY relationship with MY children. I was hoping your were a bigger man'
This evening the following was sent to my friend who assists with alienation and is a great support whom my ex believes I have a relationship with:
"have an amazing hubby now . I wasted years with xxx he isn't worth your time . Take my advice Run . He is only telling you his side of the story , he will hurt you , i'm reaching out to you because I can feel you are a loving person . Be very aware of xxx . I warned you ."
My ex has done everything to alienate the children and unfortunately has succeeded. I just want to be left alone and in peace but they won't let it be. I am sick of it…. :(
All the police have said is
And I have heard nothing since. This was just in regard to the husbands message. I have not done anything as of yet with regard to my ex wives messages.
What would be the best course of action? To contact the police with regard to the harassment from my ex as well or to get an official letter from a solicitor?
OK thank you very much for your help. Just want to be allowed to get on with my life !
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