I played the clarinet in high school. My mother purchased me my instrument so I would not have to rent one. My husband's daughter decided to play the clarinet as well. I offered her the use of my instrument to save on rental cost. She really wanted to play, but her mother balked at the idea of paying to rent one.
Well, it appears that bio mom was successful in brain washing her daughter against he father and she no longer comes over for visitation. We have heard from the younger children that do still come for visits that she no longer plays the clarinet. My husband sent an email to his ex asking for her to return it. She has not returned the email. He has texted her on this matter as well. She has been refusing to speak with him on the phone and has been only sending him emails or texts.
I want to stop by her house and ask her for it, but I swear this woman is crazy and I am afraid she will call the police and try to get me charged with harassment. I have heard the crap she has tried to pull on her current husband's ex wife.
I really would like my clarinet back, but I don't know if I want to take her to court for it. It seems a bit ridiculous.
Any one have any ideas? Can she charge me for harassment for showing up at her house one time and asking for it?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:27 PM on Mar. 27, 2011 in Money & Work
Answer by SalemWitchChild at 10:29 PM on Mar. 27, 2011
I would at least contact your local police station and explain what's going on and get their recommendation. Maybe something as simple as having a cop meet you at her residence just in case she does something stupid. you may have to prove the instrument is yours though, like some kind of unique marking or a sticky 5th key or soemthing like that.
Answer by Rosehawk at 10:42 PM on Mar. 27, 2011
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