divorced the Dooosh 8/13
She hasn't seen her father since June. They don't talk, he makes a piss poor effort and she sees right through his lame ass attempts to connect with her. Makes me sad but I cannot be responsible for his mess anymore.
I got an email yesterday "FYI"
(This was email number 3 of four harassing emails from the past couple of days. It included a screenshot of the notice from FB with the picture in question!)
Just thought I'd share this with you.
13 apparently flagged a photo of herself with her cousins as pornography/nudity/harassment.
Background is -- 13 had a friend who noticed the Dooosh changed his Facebook profile pic to one of her and his nieces. A few months ago he blocked her from his page for posting that he was clogging her feed with crap because all of his posts were, according to 13, links to articles about parental alienation, abused husband syndrome, recovering from a narc, etc... Insinuating that I had been those in our marriage. So she didn't see it when he posted but once she knew she was very unhappy.
This photo was taken 2 years ago on our last family vacation, at a pool, with her in a bathing suit. She is bending down to put her arms around these girls (whom she has met all of 3 times) so the front of her suit pops open a little bit. She was completely embarrassed! Especially since one of her classmates pointed it out.
She texted him and asked him to remove this picture. I was not involved in any of it, but she says she asked plainly and he basically said it was a cute pic. ??? He still has the picture as his profile photo. Someone reported it (I don't know if it was her since she doesn't have access to his page) and he assumed it was her.
I am at a loss here. First, what a prick. Second, how do I help her with this? Third, why in the hell does he need to "share this" with me?? As if I'm going to take his side??
She is so hurt by his behavior - and while she is quickly learning what a complete asshole he is, I feel terrible and of course want to do something. But then I don't want to say anything either! It's not like he is going to say "oh PR you are right, I'm damaging our child by not taking her feelings into consideration. I'll take it down!"
[This message edited by PurpleRose at 11:17 PM, November 27th (Wednesday)]
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