My neighbors came over lastnight and said that we need to talk about my son and their daughter. First off let me just say my son is 13, makes good grades, on the football team, and has NEVER been a behavioral problem. He is very shy and reserved. Anyhoo, they grilled my son about that their daughter told them the other day that he grabbed her pony tail and slammed her to the ground and tackeled her while they were playing ball in my yard. Her husband even went as far as threatening to tackel my son. I asked him what happen in front of them and he said he didn't do that. I did make him apologize and I did as well, because I was not outside when it happen. They were very upset, which I understand how they felt....but I called around to some other parents and neighborhood kids and they all swear that my son did not do anything of the sort. Now how do I handle this? I feel so bad my son got grilled for this.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:46 AM on Feb. 2, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by Anonymous at 9:52 AM on Feb. 2, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 9:55 AM on Feb. 2, 2009
You should have investagated before you made your son apologize for it. Now he thinks, you think he did it.
But now that you know he didn't do it. I would go back to the parents of the girl and tell them, they should have investigated this before they accussed your son of the act. Tell them what you found out, and tell them they need to apologize to you, and your son. There daughter needs to too.
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