Asked by Anonymous
on 10-03-2020 17:12:00
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Eastern Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Hi I am a women from Eastern Cape I was staying in Pretoria with my ex then we broke up we have a son .this whole drama thing started in 2018 he apened or created a fake Facebook account where he threatened to kill me Nd tag all my friends then one of my friends called me we went to police station to open a case but they said they can't help me cz the account are fake fine last year he didn't support the child so his gelfriend called me this one day and swear at me that I must support my pig ( referring to my child) okay I blocked the number after a while I got three different request on Facebook one had his pic two ladies pictures I have never seen before okay then swearing started again Nd I sweated back then last week he came with a protection order from Pretoria to Eastern Cape .fine I took it and signed but now I noticed in his affidavit he lied he said I created those account if I did how did he know about the inbox because I should be the one receiving them cz I created them two he calls me even now using private nnumber ndswear at me .how can I do in situation like this Nd we suppose to be in court on the 05-05 but I don't have money to go there ,two I applied for maintance so we going to court on the 7-05
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