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Do i say something to the other parent ir keep out if it?

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Someone i know, one of my good friends younger siblings (althogh i haven't had a huge amount to do with her, we obviously have spent a time and occassions together over the past 20 years and she is really lovely) has a daughtee the same age as mine, they went to different primary schools but now at same high school, but not in the same friend circle - this girl has becime friends with a girl from my daughters primary school - this girl and her family are TROUBLE!! Many families left the school because of this girls mother, she is very verbally abusive and threatening (as is her husband) and not just to parents but to kids. She stalks kids and abuses and swears at them. The younger brother did 'sexual acts' to other students (im talking 5-6 year olds) and many families left because of this. The parents are known as 'crack heads' even by the teachers and deputy principal. Over the years mist kids/parents have been on the receiving end of this family.


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1 year ago
I would say something. I can’t believe there are mums that wouldn’t 😣 how sad to let druggies and molestors be around innocent kids. This is why I don’t let my kids out of my sight.

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1 year ago
Tell her. Write an anonymous letter if need be. As long as your friends sisters kid doesn’t go to their house and the girl herself is nice enough, should be all good.

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1 year ago
Put yourself in the othet mother's shoes. If there is any risk of sexual assault or inappropriate sexual conduct in the family TELL HER! I would want to know! You would never forgive yourself if anything was to happen. She can then make her own decision.

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1 year ago
I would tell the mother

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1 year ago
Contd.... the mother even tried running down another parent in the school carpark! She pulls finger signs at the kids shes decided to hate because they beat her daughter at the sports carnival. They were kicked out of a private school when the girl was in year 3. Theres soooo much more crazy, psycho stuff this mother has done over the years. But, if you didn't know her, her history etc, you may initially think she's quite nice and friendly- she would always try to buddy up with the new person, then they'd get to know her and back off then usually end up one of her victims. Anyway, my friends daughter is now friends with this crazy, psycho womans daughter and there was a pic on Instagram of them having a sleepover. Im really concerned about this relationship. Being high school now, the mums wont really get to know eachother too well. The crazy womans daughter isnt any better than her mother. So, do i warn the other parent about who her daughter is actually getting involved with, or keep out of it?

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1 year ago
Mind your own business

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1 year ago
True story. Not your business, stay out of it. The friendship will probably fizzle out anyway, but its not your concern

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1 year ago
Definitely tell your friend and her sister. In high school the parents don’t meet as much so by the time they figure it out something might have happened to your friend’s niece.

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1 year ago
MYOB

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1 year ago
You could say something anonymously, but Id say they probably know anyway.

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1 year ago
Tell your friend. If my friend didn’t warn me of these things putting my nieces at risk she would definitely not be considered my friend! They can work out the Mum being a cunt part but definitely should know about the sexual stuff

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1 year ago
Mind ur own

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1 year ago
I would def warn your friend so she can warn her sister esp if there are sleepovers and the brother has been accused of things

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1 year ago
You keep out of it. If it gets back to the psycho mother you'll be targeted. If they're that notorious your friend probably knows.

The only time I'd warn her is if I was concerned about potential sexual abuse by the brother. Then I'd definitely be sitting her down and saying you just wanted her to be aware there were 'suspected' inappropriate sexual acts, but don't actually accuse him (unless you have proof). She deserves to know if her daughter is in danger.

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1 year ago
Keep out of it!! They will find out eventually.

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1 year ago
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