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I have a close friend who’s bf told her that we slept together!  WE DID NOT!!  I know he has a crush on me and he is not happy with  her and maybe told her this to try and break it off with her?  She believed him without even talking to me.  Now, she threatening to come to my house and speak to my hubby about it.  I beat her to that and told him straight away what was going on and he KNOWS nothing happened between me and the other guy.

She keeps calling me and saying how i ruined her life and now she is going to ruin mine.....she has gone off the deep end. I’m not worried about it, I just want the drama to stop.  How would you handle this?

  This all happened 10 days ago and she has yet to show up at my house, but I don’t want her to show up here and cause a scene, I like my neighborhood, it is quiet and drama free, I want to keep it that way.

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      Cindylouwho1966 wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • Wow, my BFF’s boyfriend did the same thing-*in high school!* What a wack-job, both of them! Vintage is prob right, at least talk to the police.




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      3sa wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • Watch your back.  Not trying to scare you but....you know the saying, Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned.  Too many crazy people in the world today, she sounds coo coo.  If she won’t listen to reason, then be sure to make a complaint with the local police and if she shows up be prepared for the worst, never underestimate evil.

      If she is trying to ruin your life think about things that you may have told her inconfidence, she’ll surely leak them now.




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      Mztracy wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • Gr8 idea BB.  

      I am so sorry about this!!




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      Mary Clark wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • I say you don’t need either one of them....who needs that drama??  I don’t have time for that kind of crap.  

      What would I do?  Ignore her...ignore him....move on with my life.....and suggest she do the same.




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      Cindylouwho1966 wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • Mary Clark has no time for BS!estatic I like your straight approach, MC.




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Jan 29, 2009
    • Wow! Can you say drama? I would stay as far away from these folkds as I could.




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      Termite wrote Jan 30, 2009
    • I agree with MC. Who needs the drama? If she doesn’t believe you then she wasn’t much of a friend in the first place. It’s time for her to grow up! Making phone calls to him and getting him to admit he was lying is “high school stuff“.  Besides that...you would then have to associate yourself with her once again to make that phone call, and if I were you I would wash my hands of that friendship ASAP!! As long as your hubby believes you...that’s all that matters.  

      Just my opinion. estatic




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      Mary Clark wrote Jan 30, 2009
    • It’s like termite said...if a friend is going to treat you this way..then she isn’t much of a friend. It’s very immature....and I think we all have better things to do...other things to handle than to be worrying about the drama they have created for themselves.  That is those people who truly have a life....and act like adults.




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      Bobbi Bacha wrote Jan 30, 2009
    • gedl67, speaking from a proffessional standpoint you need to legally tell her not to call you again and tell her that if she continues to threaten you, that youll have no choice but to contact the police and get a restraining order.

      I would have your husband call her and tell her the same and also have him tell her that she has been lied to and also have him tell her that threats and calls have to stop.

      I cant tell you how dangerous this can be if she continues to think you ruined her life and she continues to threaten you.  You must protect yourself and your family.




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