To whom it may concern. I am currently i...

Asked by Anonymous on 29-03-2023 13:00:04
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

To whom it may concern. I am currently in a situation where I am being stalked by a work colleagues ex wife, and she is now threatening my job, saying she is going to contact my employer. They are in a process of a divorce, him and I have been seeing each other for about +- 3 months now, but very on the down low due to her being a bit unreasonable. We do not hang out at each others premises and go to places which are very private as to just keep the peace. However, over this weekend she has somehow found out about us, and she keeps stalking me on social media (Facebook) She somehow managed to get my number from another work connection (which I gave no permission for) and she continued to try and contact me on Saturday evening. I have nothing to do with her and I was not the cause of the divorce. They have been fighting a divorce for the past year and have been separated since last year February.I would just like to know if there is anything I can do to get her to stop stalking me, as I feel now my life is a bit restricted because I can’t do anything without fear that she may see me, and jeopardise my job, as well as make my life very uncomfortable. Please do let me know. Kind regards,Kelly Webb

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