Would you be offended if you found out that somebody you knew was making up stories about being abused by her spouse?
This is a woman who is herself verbally abusive to both her husband and her children.
Her husband responded to one of her tirades by pushing past her to get out of the house to cool down while she was physically blocking the door. The husband is very large and she is very small, and brushing past her results in her falling down onto her butt on the floor.
This story has evolved from the true version (see above) to her being beaten daily, spit on, yelled at, sworn at, called names, and ect. She has several new friends who have only heard the made up stories, and they harrass the ( soon to be ex) husband at his job, and try to get him in trouble with his manager by making anon complaints by phone.
P.S. The woman in the story is a relative, and the man is not liked by anyone. But should that make it okay to tell such terrible lies about him?
Asked by Anonymous at 4:03 PM on Jun. 29, 2011 in Relationships
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