I have just found out that my fiancé's step daughter, whom I first met 2 years ago and has hated me ever since: sending me horrendous e-mails, doing a back round check on me, sending viruses to my computer, calling me names by phone (always using the excuse that her step dad should be with no one, least of all me), has actually been having an affair with him for 7 0r 8 yrs. while he and her mother
lived in NY, and then mostly an emotional affair
after he moved here to Fla. After he met me she refused to accept me, but always kept him on a string, even though they were demographically apart: plenty of phone calls and private conversations. I still didn't catch on, and we became engaged and set a wedding date of Dec. 24th. The day after Thanksgiving he finally gave up out of frustration, and told me why she was so hateful. He said that he was afraid to be honest before because if he was she would tell all and I would leave him. The funny thing is that she was the one with everything to lose, her husband, two daughters, and a grandson! I have trouble believing he could be so naïve. They have both made my life a living hell with all of the deception and lies. Now that she knows that I am aware, she has blocked every way of communication whether by phone or e-mail between her father or myself (looking for another side to the story). She is now claiming that he is a very sick man and made all of this up in his mind and that it never happened. I know that it did, because when he called her to tell her that I knew, her first question that I heard was "why did you tell her?, what if she tells someone?" I hate what they have both done to me for 2 years, but at least he came clean and she is going to continue to lie to keep her life innocent and safe with her husband. This feels so unfair to me considering the devastation that I felt to lose the man that I was so in love with and never would have believed EVER that he was a cheater, lier, or would partake in an intimate relationship with his own wife's daughter. I am not a vengeful or vindictive person, but I do not feel in any way that it is the right thing to do to let her get away with this without a second glance backward. Not only did I come to love the person that I thought her stepdad was, but so did my children and my grandchildren. They still don't even know, I am too humiliated and embarrassed at my own stupidity to explain it to them. Would you please find it in your heart to advise me as to what would be my best course of action to take at this point? Respectfully, ***** ***** e-mail: ***@******.*** or tel:(###) ###-####Can this be an alienation of affection
suit, or is it not even worth it??