HiName and Surname: Jakob GenisID Number...

Asked by Jay on 26-05-2020 14:08:31
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 100.00


People never stops humiliating me in public.

They seem to only try and sexually exploit me. My brother's wife had an breast enlarged and a nose job. She seems to be a sex addict. Many of the badmouthing may have started to happen to me when she moved in at my house in 2013.

I started to notice while watching rugby on 23/05/2020 when the British and Irish Lions were playing against Australia that Israel Felau whom usually plays fullback, was playing on the right wing, that some of the neighbours were starting to yell out homophobic remarks. Israel Felau was later in his career fired from Australian test rugby(I think in 2018) because of homophobic remarks. The scream this homophobic remarks loudly. 

That is when I started to realise all the neighbours, my family and other people were doing were snitching, badmouthing and commenting negatively on my own sexual satisfaction and actions. Which is incredible embarrassing.

The domestic worker at my house, Violet, is unfortunetly not thin, pretty and entertaining and because of that she is chasing away my friends and girlfriends. 

For example if I want to kiss a girlfriend, people(like the neighbours) will start to humiliate me in public. People(originating probably from my home) never stops sexually humiliating me in public.

This is simply called privacy invasion  What should I do if I may become legally insane in the future from being sexually exploited(snitched upon) too many times?

Thank You


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