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Being Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

By: Lorna Elliott LLB (hons), Barrister - Updated: 11 Jun 2018 |
 
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Every year, many people in the UK are falsely accused of domestic violence. The reasons for this are wide-ranging. Some partners or ex-partners make up allegations of domestic violence to get out of a relationship that they are otherwise unhappy with, others do it to spite their partners, while some still want to ensure that they stop (usually) the father from seeing the children.

In other circumstances, a stranger, someone you know, or perhaps your child’s teacher could become concerned about an injury to your child or something your child says – and refers Social Services to you. The tragic fact is that this does happen to people who are totally innocent of any crime. Sadly, although in this country you are ‘innocent until proven guilty’, the truth is that sometimes people can get charged and found guilty for domestic violence on very little evidence.

What Can Happen

You can be arrested while in your own home, in front of your partner and children, and in full view of the neighbours. Then you can be taken to the police station, your DNA taken and held on file, and interviewed while under caution. You could find yourself in court, charged with an offence for which you have done nothing wrong. Worst of all, you could end up with a criminal conviction and sent to prison. The problem is, when emotions are running high after a break up or divorce, one call to the police can have far-reaching consequences. If word gets around your local community, you could suffer verbal abuse, harassment or worse for being a ‘monster’.

Your Rights

If this happens to you, you need to be aware of your rights. You are entitled to legal advice at the police station. If you waive your right, you may end up saying something that could be misconstrued, especially if you are tired or are lulled into a false sense of security by the interviewing officers. There have been many cases that have been successfully brought by the Crown Prosecution Service purely on the basis of an admission in interview at the police station.

If you do speak to a lawyer, tell them the truth because if you are coy, or uncooperative, they are not going to be able to advise you properly. The police may bail you to return to the police station on another date. If they do this, you MUST ensure you go back on the day and at the time specified, or you will be charged with an offence of ‘failure to surrender’ and a warrant may be issued for your arrest. If you are innocent of any crime, be persistent, stick to the truth and try your best not to get angry at any stage. If you find yourself in court, it is vital that you come across as genuine and sincere about your innocence.

Implications For Your Accuser

If your partner or ex-partner accuses you of domestic violence, when you have in fact done nothing wrong, by the time the police are involved your ex has already committed a criminal offence for which they could receive a prison sentence of up to six months. If they then go on to falsify evidence to the authorities – the police, social services etc – they are then perverting the course of justice. If the case actually gets to court, and you find yourself in the dock on trial for something you haven’t done, your accuser would in most circumstances have to give evidence in court. If they are still lying at this stage, they are committing perjury. These are all serious criminal offences for which your ex-partner could serve a long prison sentence.

See our articles on Being Falsely Accused Of Child Abuse and Being Falsely Accused Of Rape on this site.

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Alfie - Your Question:
I have been devorced for only a few months but have been separated for over a year. I have been redeculed on social media and also had my children taken from me and can only see them via contact center. She has done me for harrasment and this has now been discontinued due to lack of evadence. My mental state has been brought up as I tried to commit suicide twice when it all happened yet none of her threats has worked. Also she had a domestic violence worker and now this has seaced. How can I as I don't have money for a solicitor get help and get my time in court so they can see what she is doing. I also reasontly found out from my son there is another man involved and staying over in my house. What options are available and what can I do as a father. Plus when she had the affair the man in question was a known drug user whitch no one seems that bothered about. Please I need help as it's been six months since I last had my children with all of the accusations thrown at me with no success. I have been mentaly and emotionally abused by her and her family and have no real help to find a way to move foward. Please help.

Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. There are many questions in your comment. Firstly, you don't say why your access to your children takes place in a contact centre. If domestic violence has been the court has decided this, then there is little you can do regarding this until the court is satisfied that no DV has taken place or you have changed. If you cannot afford a solicitor, then you can self-litigate, please see link here . If your ex has a man staying over at her/your house, then this is her choice, as she is a single woman. With regards to drug use. Drug use is only an issue if the drug use is harmful to your children in any way. In cases such as yours, it's not about you or your ex in the eyes of the court, but about what the court considers is deemed to be in the best interests of your children. You may wish to sign up to our Separated Dads forum for more information, as you will be able to get advice from parents who have been through such issues before and who can advise you on your best course of action through their own experiences.
SeparatedDads - 12-Jun-18 @ 9:55 AM
I have been devorced for only a few months but have been separated for over a year.I have been redeculed on social media and also had my children taken from me and can only see them via contact center. She has done me for harrasment and this has now been discontinued due to lack of evadence. My mental state has been brought up as i tried to commit suicide twice when it all happened yet none of her threats has worked. Also she had a domestic violence worker and now this has seaced. How can I as i don't have money for a solicitor get help and get my time in court so they can see what she is doing. I also reasontly found out from my son there is another man involved and staying over in my house. What options are available and what can I do as a father. Plus when she had the affair the man in question was a known drug user whitch no one seems that bothered about. Please i need help as it's been six months since I last had my children with all of the accusations thrown at me with no success. I have been mentaly and emotionally abused by her and her family and have no real help to find a way to move foward. Please help.
Alfie - 11-Jun-18 @ 4:19 PM
Yorksdad1989 - Your Question:
I've been separated from the mother of my 3 children for 2.5yrs now. And will my current partner just over 2yrs. We seperated after she assualted me and asked my then 6yr old to attack me with a kitchen knife. When we separated I was allowed contact by ex and she demanded days out as a family and that I see the kids to bed 7 nights a week. When I pulled back due her erratic and often aggressive behaviour she made it impossible to see them and 18 months passed by with no contact due to her threats and lies. It left me broken and on the edge of suicide. I reached out and have finally been seeing them regularly since September last yr with them staying with me and my partner 2-6 nights a month too. There have been arguments with my ex during that time with me being accused of kidnapping my own kids and now assaulting them. I have reported my ex to the police twice for this sort behaviour but it isn't working. I'm broken again and terrified people will believe her lies. What do I do?

Our Response:
Unfortunately, your only options are to suggest your ex attends mediation and if she refuses apply to court. The courts are pretty good at assessing whether someone is lying or not as they deal with this sort of situation every day. As in all cases, the court’s main concern is the welfare of the child in question. The court will always put the child’s best interests first and this main issue will determine the outcome of any application for an order.
SeparatedDads - 5-Jun-18 @ 2:36 PM
I've been separated from the mother of my 3 children for 2.5yrs now. And will my current partner just over 2yrs. We seperated after she assualted me and asked my then 6yr old to attack me with a kitchen knife. When we separated I was allowed contact by ex and she demanded days out as a family and that I see the kids to bed 7 nights a week. When I pulled back due her erratic and often aggressive behaviour she made it impossible to see them and 18 months passed by with no contact due to her threats and lies. It left me broken and on the edge of suicide. I reached out and have finally been seeing them regularly since September last yr with them staying with me and my partner 2-6 nights a month too. There have been arguments with my ex during that time with me being accused of kidnapping my own kids and now assaulting them. I have reported my ex to the police twice for this sort behaviour but it isn't working. I'm broken again and terrified people will believe her lies. What do I do?
Yorksdad1989 - 5-Jun-18 @ 11:26 AM
@Nad - if you are innocent, then you will be let go again, especially if you can prove you were somewhere else. I think the thing is in your situation is to stay well away from your ex. If you don't go anywhere near her, then you can't be accused.
Han - 21-May-18 @ 9:48 AM
My ex has falsely accused me of domestic violence on many many occasions, it has never resulted in charges being brought against me yet everytime i am accused, it is i that is arrested and on occasions spent 36 hours locked in a police cell. The latest episode only 4 days ago resulted inmy arrest, release and no charges. But as soon as i was released my ex made another accusation, but this time more sereious of threatening her with a knife. There is currently a warrant for ny arrestbut ive had enough, it has left me suicidal, i cant face another minute being falsely locked away simply on one persons word, especially given that she has been known to make these malicious accusations.
Nad - 20-May-18 @ 10:36 AM
@mate .i know how you feel i feel like i let down my daughter .but i am not the same person i was back then i was naive little kid .i know its know excuse but my ex put me through hell and i went on different path it was what i needed at the time .and now i am older yeah walking away was the right choice .
cobber - 14-May-18 @ 9:54 AM
@cobber ......im going t have to walk away from my teenagers t a dagrey as thay are lying about me n my partner.but at same time that is a form of abuse aswel as social twist eveything n will say im abusing them if i dnt carry on contact but same time scared thay will lie more if i try t dissapline them......its more about the 2 lil babies as thay come b4 any1 im trying t be a good dad,parntner n man yet im being made out as a monster
Mate - 14-May-18 @ 8:31 AM
@cobber yes this is true i do get to see kids atm but becuse there has been a report of violunce.the social are coming today 14th to take my 2younger children away becuse there has been a report even tho its folse my children are being taken away.....so yes i get t see them but now iv got t fight t keep them.....how do i go about seeing my teenage children when thay have been lying about me my world is being turn apart for no reason socail have no prof but thay have enougth jst by a report a folse one at that
Mate - 14-May-18 @ 7:19 AM
Thanks, Jem. I’m back in court on 15th May, so will know more then. My children have met with CAFCASS but only 1 of my 3 children even want contact. It’s frustrating as the judge was previously not interested at all in the allegations of domestic abuse, stating “we should keep the current court in Involvement focused on contact with the children”. Whilst I agree with this it’s not nice to be sat alongside a top solicitor based on false allegations that could ruin my career. Fingers crossed eh?!
DJ - 2-May-18 @ 9:35 AM
@DJ - I think the court will see through her motives. Your ex would need proof that you did all the things she says you have and if she has never mentioned this before, then the court are going to know she is trying to pull a fast one. Your kids are older now, they can bear witness too. I think her past record will out her too. It doesn't sound like you have too much to worry about.
Jem - 1-May-18 @ 11:54 AM
My ex-wife and I separated almost 8 years ago and have been divorced for most of that time. She has dragged me through the Family Proceedings Court system over my 3 children, before throwing in the towel when she was outed by Social Care for disguised compliance. This was 2012/2013. Since then all three children have come to live with me: my eldest son voted with his feet in 2014 and my other two were (voluntarily) sent to live with me by my ex-wife in 2105 following a disclosure of harm by my (then) 6 year old daughter at the hands of her step-father. I have done my best to promote safe and appropriate contact between my 3 children and their mother. I have a Residency Order but I also applied to the court for a contact arrangements order in December 2015 (out of my own pocket) so that there would be some form of contact, but my ex-wife did not attend court and subsequently severed all contact with me. She maintained some contact with our children through letters but these stopped coming over a year ago, probably because she had a third child with her husband. Almost 3 years have passed since my children had face to face contact with their mother and my ex-wife has now reappeared, wanting a relationship with our children. Great you say? Yes, except she has gone about it in the worst way and has obtained Legal Aid by claiming that I was a perpetrator or all forms of abuse. I believe that she has done this to gain favour of the court and paint me in a negative light. She has competed numerous C100 forms in the past when she has dragged me through court and there has been no mention of abuse, because it simply did not happen. I even have a report from CAFCASS from 2012/13 where she states “there was never any form of abuse during or relationship”. We weee together for 10 years and married for 8. I myself work for the Local Authority, mainly with adolescents, but part of my role is working in partnership with an organisation that supports female survivors of abusive relationships through a 12 week recovery course. I am the only man to have delivered this programme in Cornwall and have been involved with this organisation for over 3 years. Now my good name is on the line, as well as my career and the future of my 3 children (as well as my 2 step children that I also provide for). My ex-wife has obtained the highter rate of Legal Aid and I am representing myself, having only just recently finished paying off credit card fees from the thousands that I had to spend when my ex (who has never worked a day in her life or contributed to my children’s upbringing) took me to court and tried to end my relationship with my children under false pretences in 2012/13, before being found out by services involved at that time. There were no consequences for her before and she seems to be free to do and say as she pleases, irrespective if the consequences for me. At the initial hearing in February I contested the allegations but the District Judge
DJ - 30-Apr-18 @ 2:27 PM
I'm on the receiving end of domestic abuse allegations when I was the receiving victim. I just want to see the evidence against me. Going through a familiar hell where ex funded her lawyer and swish barrister with legal aid. I asked to prove their allegations but they obstructed finding of facts first. Didn't even bother presenting any of the evidence required at all to justify the privileges granted to abuse victims Then justified restrictions on contact on grounds of abuse. It bothers me a lot that a referral was made to refer me as a perpetrator but no idea of who or why. Its just on file in the legal aid agency. Is thee any way of doing this?
Sk - 26-Apr-18 @ 7:44 PM
SadDad - Your Question:
After 27 years of what I thought was happy marriage, my wife told me at Christmas she was leaving me, promptly borrowed money from her wealthy parents, bought a house and moved out.She still wants to come and go in the family home (where I am now living) as she sees fit, arguing that she has her furniture and her property in the house. I have asked her to let me know when she is coming, and am happy to negotiate times.Do I have the right to refuse her entry as she sees fit? I leave the house empty all day long, and feel vulnerable to her coming whenever she wants to. She has introduced me to a very unpleasant side of her character, is angry at me all the time, and every conversation leaves me emotionally upset, and physically churning. I have asked her to respect my wishes until we resolve whatever financial arrangements we need to make. Initially she agreed, but now she tells me she will come and go as she sees fit. I have threatened to change the locks, and she informs me that she would call the police if I did.Where do I stand, please?

Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. You can read more via the link here, which should tell you all you need to know.
SeparatedDads - 24-Apr-18 @ 2:51 PM
After 27 years of what I thought was happy marriage, my wife told me at Christmas she was leaving me, promptly borrowed money from her wealthy parents, bought a house and moved out. She still wants to come and go in the family home (where I am now living) as she sees fit, arguing that she has her furniture and her property in the house.I have asked her to let me know when she is coming, and am happy to negotiate times. Do I have the right to refuse her entry as she sees fit?I leave the house empty all day long, and feel vulnerable to her coming whenever she wants to.She has introduced me to a very unpleasant side of her character, is angry at me all the time, and every conversation leaves me emotionally upset, and physically churning.I have asked her to respect my wishes until we resolve whatever financial arrangements we need to make.Initially she agreed, but now she tells me she will come and go as she sees fit.I have threatened to change the locks, and she informs me that she would call the police if I did. Where do I stand, please?
SadDad - 21-Apr-18 @ 10:42 AM
@Rich - the difficulty is trying to work out who is dishing out the false accusations. Some cases are genuine and some not. Cafcass has to be seen to be doing their job properly. The job of the courts is trying to figure out whether the person throwing the accusations is telling the truth or lying. It all depends how good the liars are at convincing a judge. There are some pretty good ones out there.
ConnorT - 17-Apr-18 @ 1:44 PM
I'm being accused of domestic violence still despite going to mediation and the cafcass report saying I was no risk to my son before court. For the record a Cafcass man made this report. A Cafcass lady on duty at the court today saw fit to change Cafcass's own advice and ordered a section 7 report based on what my ex partner had said at the court today. Make of that what you will, I know where I stand on it. I'd spent hundreds already at mediation where domestic violence is supposed to be screened out not to mention a hefty court solicitor fee so this is a complete failure in my eyes. The system is clearly rigged in favour of mothers and ex-partners are getting away with murder against fathers in the family court because of it. This is nothing new I knowof course, you only realise when it happens to you. My section 7 report will come back fine and my ex-partner will get a slap on the wrist at best. Tougher stance on false accusations are needed in my eyes.
Rich - 14-Apr-18 @ 2:07 AM
Pissed - Your Question:
Ok so my son found the best woman he will ever have. She has a kid with her ex. Guy is garbage used to hit her put a gun on her head when she was holding there son. Ok make story short. They share custody so when he goes to her house my son helps him with he’s numbers and latters.he really cares for he’s education. But here comes the part that I don’t like. My son spanked him on the butt left a marked so. On it’s all bad. When I found out I stared crying because I told my son that’s not your son. Don’t you ever ever spanke him again. And he don’t do it no more. But now cps got involved and he Maite go to jail. Please I need a good advice

Our Response:
This is beyond our remit to advise. Your son would need to seek professional legal advice in order to see whether he has grounds to appeal.
SeparatedDads - 12-Mar-18 @ 12:52 PM
Ok so my son found the best woman he will ever have. She has a kid with her ex. Guy is garbage used to hit her put a gun on her head when she was holding there son . Ok make story short . They share custody so when he goes to her house my son helps him with he’s numbers and latters .he really cares for he’s education . But here comes the part that I don’t like . My son spanked him on the butt left a marked so. On it’s all bad . When I found out I stared crying because I told my son that’s not your son . Don’t you ever ever spanke him again . And he don’t do it no more . But now cps got involved and he Maite go to jail . Please I need a good advice
Pissed - 10-Mar-18 @ 11:10 AM
What do you do when the police do not get a statement from a key witness in a DV case.
DefendToTheEnd - 2-Feb-18 @ 7:56 PM
I have quite a different story. I sponsored my ex (NON EU) from another country. She basically used me to get into the country in August 2016. We lived together till 28th August 2016 when I went to Dubai for business purposes and later to Canada for my father's cancer treatment. While I was in Canada her behavior was changed and on 18th September 2016 she left the home and went somewhere unknown to me. I went back to UK in November 2016 and spoke with family lawyer who advised me to cancel her Sponsorship via Home Office (Which I did). Lawyer advised me not to approach her and not ever try to find where she lives as it will be bad for me in long run after she finds out that she is not legal in the country. December 2016 I filed for Divorce in the country where we were married and got the divorce certificate in March 2017. Since she found out that she is not legal in UK anymore and she can't work, she went to a lawyer who told her to file (Domestic Violence) case which is the only way to stay in the country, while doing that apply for divorce within UK to get financial support from me. She did all this in November 2017. I only received a letter from her law firm which includes (Petition for Divorce). In this petition her lawyer wrote there is a separate investigation going on regarding (DV, Physical and Mental plus Rape). My question to everyone here, I am not yet contacted by the court regarding the divorce petition as my home address is mention on the petition put forward by the law firm. Since the law firm wrote in the petition that I am an abusive person and another investigation is on going against me. I am never been contacted by the police, I was out of country for many months but no phone calls, no letter at my address or even knock at the door as I asked my cousin who live with me. Are these lawyers bluffing in the petition? if not, since I have done nothing wrong in my entire time with her if police approch me and interview me. Can I press charges against her later? Because I really don't want her to do it to any other person in future.
adam - 23-Jan-18 @ 4:28 PM
I was falsely imprisoned for simply wishing to leave an abusive partner who totally fabricated the whole story about me to the authorities. Walk away at the earliest time you can is my advice and make sure you do it secretly when you are away out from them so they don't even expect it-so they can't have a go at you or get verbal or violent as you yourself longer you stay with an abusive controlling individual. The cycle of abuse will continue to happen time and time again the longer you stay with them. Leave, at the earliest you can, although this can be difficult for some people-you must convince yourself there is a better life out there compared to the one you don't want no more.Also you must never go back as this is the only possible way you can have a nice future and peace of mind with yourself in the future. Most of all be-strong, forget the possessions you may have to leave behind, you can replace all those at another time easily. Leave asap is the only positive way forward to change your life for the life you want. A happy one.
Mr Christian - 21-Jan-18 @ 11:46 PM
My sons soon to be exwife is telling everybody that they know that my son beat her, and it is just untrue. They have 3 small children.He owns his own business and i am afraid its affecting his business.What can he do.
Tammbra - 15-Jan-18 @ 2:00 PM
The name says it all. Too many ladies make up false allegations to get one over on dad and to get the legal upper hand. You guys need to be smart about all of this. Walk away and say nothing. Defend yourself legally. When that's all sorted out you just need to simply have her beaten. The more beatings she gets, the sooner she will realize that police, courts, and false protection orders really don't protect a person from another person intend on evening the score. You have to ask yourself this.. would you rather have a person respect you or fear you? Remember the last time you lost respect for someone? That's pretty easy to do. Do you remember the last time you stopped being afraid of someone? You never really stop being afraid of someone. That's what needs to be beaten into her head. False reports, false court applications equals a truly false sense of security. Get her beaten at work, have her punched out picking up the kid, get her bounced around a few times when shes out shopping for food. Slash the tires, damage the vehicle. The harder you hit ladies like this the faster they dummy up and the sooner they realize false police reports and protection orders might be fun for mom, but dad always even the score with a good old fashion beating you never see coming, again, and again, and again.
Right Hook - 24-Dec-17 @ 4:42 AM
The name says it all. Too many ladies make up false allegations to get one over on dad and to get the legal upper hand. You guys need to be smart about all of this. Walk away and say nothing. Defend yourself legally. When that's all sorted out you just need to simply have her beaten. The more beatings she gets, the sooner she will realize that police, courts, and false protection orders really don't protect a person from another person intend on evening the score. You have to ask yourself this.. would you rather have a person respect you or fear you? Remember the last time you lost respect for someone? That's pretty easy to do. Do you remember the last time you stopped being afraid of someone? You never really stop being afraid of someone. That's what needs to be beaten into her head. False reports, false court applications equals a truly false sense of security. Get her beaten at work, have her punched out picking up the kid, get her bounced around a few times when shes out shopping for food. Slash the tires, damage the vehicle. The harder you hit ladies like this the faster they dummy up and the sooner they realize false police reports and protection orders might be fun for mom, but dad always even the score with a good old fashion beating you never see coming, again, and again, and again.
Right Hook - 24-Dec-17 @ 4:41 AM
@Paddy - are there kids involved?
SiBV - 5-Dec-17 @ 2:51 PM
My son has been put through hell. His ex partner whom he comowned a property with has used every trick in the book, Andy because he will not agree to her outrageous demands for a financial settlement in the property of which there is no equity has now claimed domestic violence and abuse against him.He was arrested last week, released after ten hours, with no charges brought. (I should state that she has a personal hotline to the already over stretched police force and they have been called several times, every time, asked a few questions then left). On Friday son was notified that some mail had been put through his mothers door, hand delivered.. (he has been denied access to his home as partner has locked him out, even though she wasn't living there) and only she has access. He received was a non molestation order and anapplication by her for an Occupation Order with a full hearing on the Monday, two days later!I contacted his solicitor who said he would accompany him to the court. I expected it to be heard and an adjournment so that my son could put a defence together with evidence to refute the ridiculous accusations and lies told him a supposed sworn statement. However, that was not the case. The judge had made up her mind, he didn't even speak and both orders were granted, just like that! How can this be fair?! He is now homeless because her need is greater than his apparently, although she is living elsewhere.
Paddy - 5-Dec-17 @ 12:22 PM
Me & (soon to be) ex wife have been getting on great, I moved out 6weeks ago but regularly visit to help her. All was good until I fell asleep at our house and she went through my phone finding text from what can only be described as a girl who is just a friend. She went beserk and while I was sleeping attacked me leaving cuts, bruises and gouging all over me. Waking to this I’ve pushed her off and defended myself. She then called the police, I was arrested and charged with assaulting her and now on bail pending the court case! She has no marks on her. Can’t I get her prosecuted for ABH?
Tim - 13-Nov-17 @ 12:44 PM
Hello, I have a daughter with my former wife. She claimed domestic violence, which I did not do, for our divorce. Do I still need to have a mediation in the bid to access my daughter, or apply straight to court? Thanks.
AndMo - 13-Nov-17 @ 9:33 AM
I have recently split with my parter who has 2 children from a previous relationship and we have a daughter together i took my daughter into my care as was concerned for her saftey and contacted social work to make sure that i was within my rights wich i was told i was after a few days my ex contacted police accusing me of domestic abuse police came and removed me from my own home infront of my daughter i was released without charge then social work advised my ex to go to solicitor to get our back into her care then social work started a child protection case against me due to her false allegations during thier investigations i wasnt allowed to see any of my children nor was i being kept inthe loop of what was happening and the social worker was making biased decisions about me saying she knows that i was an evil person without speaking to me and when i raised my concerns i was told i had no right to a solicitor and was denyed the right to have a mail social worker present when being questioned i have tourrettes and no attempt has been madeto accomodate my ilness and no letters letting me know when the protection case meeting was taking place also my ex had several visits from a social worker and was being advised to press charges and other things to help her case of false allegations while i had to contact them for any information wich i didnt recieve And was told i just have to wait untill the investigations wer complete i had to go to thier offices to collect the report wich had so many mistakes with kids names adresses ànd stated that i would be impossible to work with as i denyed any violence when asked so the female social worker had decided i was an abuser before speaking with me when ther has never been any history or reports of violence in my life so i now have to go to a case meeting where the social worker has decided she thinks im an evil and abusive person and would like to know if i have to accept this as i thought we are supposed to be innocent untill proven guilty in this country and do i have to accept thier treatment which i feel is unfair as ther is no evidence to support thieror my ex partners accusations thanks in advance
Rcba - 22-Oct-17 @ 10:45 PM
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