This is about me, my husband's baby mama, and a mutual friend (they're no longer friends now, though).
BM has threatened me to DH, in texts, once. We have the text saved in email. She has also threatened DH that she'd move and change numbers, and he'd never find her (I don't think this is harassment though..?). She called my phone 35 times one night, but because we didn't answer, it doesn't show on our detailed billing (which we got for that specific reason).
Now, BM is crap talking my friend Brittany, who used to be her friend. They share a baby daddy, and he has ANOTHER baby mama/girlfriend now. Well, since Brittany and BM stopped being friends, BM befriended the new baby mama (on FB). Can FB conversations be used as proof in a harassment case? My friend acts like it doesn't bother her, but I'm 90% sure that it does...they comment on her weight a lot (which is funny, cuz BM outweighs her by a good 60lbs, at least), which I know is a sore subject for Brittany (she isn't used to being as big as she is). She's a pretty girl, but lets her weight bother her.
My question is this...could she use the FB statuses and comments for proof of harassment?
Answer by Anonymous at 7:19 PM on Apr. 2, 2011
Answer by gemgem at 7:13 PM on Apr. 2, 2011