Exs FB Rants

(14 Posts)
rainbowshine1 Sat 14-Jun-14 19:27:45

Im so pissed off with EX. Hes just posted on FB how the kids are on the child protection register cause of ME, how Im being charged with emotional abuse towards them cause the law changed? and then his mum and skanky sisters have jumped in all saying Im basically the pits, a shit mum, don't care for them, how I only text my other son twice since xmas.....god sake, where the hell does he get off telling so much lies and talking so much shit!
Sorry, just having a rant....Ive screen shot the lot, its constant, showed social services who did say it was "horrendous", she said she was gonna tell him to stop, his own son (and the rest of the world) can read that crap!

Softlysoftlycatchymonkey Sat 14-Jun-14 19:40:26

Block him.

Is any of it true? If it's not your real friends will know it's bull shit.

rainbowshine1 Sat 14-Jun-14 19:58:33

No, none of its true, we don't have friends in common and he is blocked. He makes his posts public so that word gets back to me. It used to upset me, then I started to laugh, then recently they've become hilarious, as this one is, but it doesn't make a nice read if our son was to see it.
What a sad bitter man he is.

foolsrushin Tue 17-Jun-14 06:34:50

Go to the police they can warn him about his conduct.

rainbowshine1 Tue 17-Jun-14 14:36:17

Been to the police endless times, got the t-shirt that says "stop wasting our time" Was told it was his FB, if I dont like it, dont look. As lon as there re no threats, nothing they can / would do.
SW has asked him to remove it, she was again, horrified when I should her.....all going down in the section 7 report.
You know what they say...."give someone enough rope....."

foolsrushin Tue 17-Jun-14 21:01:17

Can I ask how your relationship ended as sometimes this gives a clue to their behaviour. If they're I've just started a thread on here about my pregnancy and my ex abandoning us. His ex from years ago is now back on the scene (they not together) and is stirring shit up via the same facebook. She has caused him loads of shit and me in the past and is now laughing her tits off he's abandoned us. She wouldn't want my child interfering with her golden oone. I know if I see anything derogatory I will inform them as I kept my mouth shut far too long. xx

rainbowshine1 Tue 17-Jun-14 21:22:18

I left him. Just stopped loving him. Moved on and met someone else. This is what it's about. He's very bitter. Even made friends with my ex best friend who he slept with behind my back 10 yrs ago cause he thinks it will upset me. Clearly not. I've moved on. I'm happy. I'm sad for him. I'm sad he's not who I thought he was all them yrs. I feel sorry for him sometimes cause he makes himself look so foolish. My eldest lives with him and he clearly thinks he has the upper hand because of this. I just wish he'd grow up for the sake of the kids. A year this has gone on now.

rainbowshine1 Tue 17-Jun-14 21:23:29

I left him. Just stopped loving him. Moved on and met someone else. This is what it's about. He's very bitter. Even made friends with my ex best friend who he slept with behind my back 10 yrs ago cause he thinks it will upset me. Clearly not. I've moved on. I'm happy. I'm sad for him. I'm sad he's not who I thought he was all them yrs. I feel sorry for him sometimes cause he makes himself look so foolish. My eldest lives with him and he clearly thinks he has the upper hand because of this. I just wish he'd grow up for the sake of the kids. A year this has gone on now.

foolsrushin Tue 17-Jun-14 21:45:10

Theres your answer then hun. I left my ex a few years ago and he still continues to punish me in smaller ways than yours though. An example would be the csa mistakenly did not take a payment from him 1 month so because it was their error he refused to make a card payment over the phone. He told me he had the money but would just pay double next month. He is married and if I was his wife I would have issues with my husband that felt the need to do that to an ex. I'd be wondering if he still had feeling there. If you can try and ignore it as he is only making himself look a jerk. Just try and rise above it. Believe me I know its hard xxx

sezamcgregor Thu 19-Jun-14 10:00:17

I would say that if he is posting statements that are untrue, then it is slander and defamation of character.

Sorry I can't give any other practical advice.

rainbowshine1 Thu 19-Jun-14 12:42:07

It is slander, social services encouraged me to show my solicitor but to be honest, I cant be arsed. I just want him to move on. He has had girlfriends but like yo said foolsrushin, if I was his girlfriend and his entire FB was dedicated to his ex Id be concerned. needless to say, his relationships dont last.
Anyway, good news, looks like SW has told him to remove the offensive posts as they are now gone smile

SandorClegane Thu 19-Jun-14 12:44:04

Are they on the child protection register then or is that a lie?

rainbowshine1 Thu 19-Jun-14 12:55:37

SW is just awaiting police reports, originally it was eldest at risk cause he lives with EX but since the two with me will be seeing EX soon they would have to go on too. Not on yet but will be doing as far as Im aware. Certainly not just because of me, although I will hold my hands up, Ive done my fair share but Ive always tried to keep the kids out of it / away from it. Its difficult with the eldest being with him, he treats him like a mate, tells him stuff he shouldnt be hearing, things about me (filing for divorce, going to small claims court for my belongings back etc) It must hurt his little heart to know his mums doing that to dad.
Last year the EX discovered an app "Spoof my text" You can send a text to make it look like its come from another phone number, 11 yr old said to me "I know you dont love us, dad showed me the text where you said" Who does that?

SandorClegane Thu 19-Jun-14 13:21:42

God, he sounds like an utter shit. It sounds like you're doing a you can in the situation which is keeping yourself right and communicating openly with social work.

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