one of the guys who works for the mowing company that out land lord has hired wont leave me alone. now im gettin freaked out. started off with just texts. we exchanged numbers only because he is the head guy of the crew and they dont mow the same day and time every week. i like a warning of when they are coming over so i can get all the stuff out of the yard. i have told him several times that i was not interested in hanging out. Im married!!! i would tell him im dont want anything with him and to leave me alone. he would leave me alone for a few days. he text again tonight so i just gave my phone to my husband and he called and told the guy to f off and to leave us alone. my dh is at work and this guy keeps driving past my house. the cops wont do anything until an actual threat is made, which he hasnt. after dh told him off the guy just said well thats alright u can keep your b****. he dh responded with damn right i will.
this guy recently got married but his wife left him. he told her that him n i dated, which i never did. i only been with 2 guys, my ex finance then my husband. he would tell his wife that i would watch him when he mows, which yeah i do, just to make sure that he doesnt mow over my garden. he told her i got him a shirt, which i didnt. she ended up leaving him and blames me for it.
im not sure what to do. i been keeping track of when he texts...i lock n save those texts. and jotted down when he kept driving by tonight. without the threat of physical harm or actual physical harm there is nothing i can do.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:03 PM on Jul. 17, 2011 in Relationships
Answer by ferrellmt at 11:25 PM on Jul. 17, 2011
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Answer by Shy_Dia at 11:32 PM on Jul. 17, 2011
Get corporate involved. If something happened to you because they did NOTHING that wold be a huge lawsuit. I doubt they want anything like that to happen. Start calling and writing letters to them, it is their responsibility to keep their rental properties safe. The squeaking wheel gets the oil.
Answer by LadybugTash at 11:35 PM on Jul. 17, 2011
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