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The New Mrs. 2 kids; Lima, OH, United States 1301 posts
6th Dec '12
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" Sounds like is is either cheating or has cheated on you with the way he is acting... He also sounds ... [snip!] ... is going on as well and let them know to not talk to him about where you are and what your doing. Good luck! You can do it! "

with his number being blocked, it goes right to voicemail and he is leaving them.
I have 5 from him today alone.
My family knows whats going on, I talked to my mom and she is now on her way here to get us.. but I can't stay there over night. so I don't know where I'd go at night.. she might stay here, though. IDK.

*Tegan's Mommy* 1 child; Lowell, Massachusetts 1264 posts
6th Dec '12

Do you have a neighbor you can go to for the time being? And why would you get in trouble if you were to call the cops, just for living in section 8 housing?

That Girl. 2 kids; Florida 4109 posts
6th Dec '12

Hmm I find the cop thing very hard to believe... Only because Im sure thats illegal.

The New Mrs. 2 kids; Lima, OH, United States 1301 posts
6th Dec '12

I'm going to go to the office today and see if they can help me (office for the apartments by the way)



I don't know what else to do.
You have to be buzzed in the complex, but someone always lets people in.
and no he doesn't have a key to my apartment.

Mama Van D Due November 3; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Unity, Maine 2454 posts
6th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting CourtyyBugg:</b>" If I call the cops , it's automatic eviction. (stated in my lease)"</blockquote>




No, that can't be right. You have the right to protect yourself and your children.

mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
6th Dec '12

yo cant get in trouble if you call the cops espcially if your son is there with you and your pregnant it doesnt matter where you live your protecting your family. I would definitly get a restraining order against him though cause thats gonna be the only way your gonna keep him away from you

The New Mrs. 2 kids; Lima, OH, United States 1301 posts
6th Dec '12

How do I go about a restraining order?

CrystalRider Due February 19 (boy); 1 child; Arizona 3 posts
6th Dec '12

you get a restraining order by going down to the police station and filing it or by calling the cops on him they come out to your house and you tell them you want a restraining order on him because you're not safe.

coffee-holic 4 kids; Maryland 1586 posts
6th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting CourtyyBugg:</b>" How do I go about a restraining order?"</blockquote>




Call your local police dept & ask them how to get one. They will tell you what you will need & what steps to take. I wish you luck. So sorry you can't call to protect yourself.

lauren [+2] Due March 14; 2 kids; Georgia 13472 posts
6th Dec '12
Quoting CourtyyBugg:" I need some help. I've just came to reality that I need to leave my SO. He is becoming more and more ... [snip!] ... been together long. I need advice, please. I know I need to leave this relationship.. and that's what I'm trying to do. "


You need to establish a restraining order first. After that, you let whoever is over your Section 8 housing know the situation. That way, YOU won't get in trouble. Is there any way you can move to another part of the housing, so he won't know exactly where you live?

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18047 posts
6th Dec '12
Quoting CourtyyBugg:" with his number being blocked, it goes right to voicemail and he is leaving them. I have 5 from him today ... [snip!] ... here to get us.. but I can't stay there over night. so I don't know where I'd go at night.. she might stay here, though. IDK."


Do you have a gun to protect yourself?



Just ask around. If you have a close guy friend, you could even ask if they could sleep on your couch tonight for some sort of protection. I am sure someone will!



If worse comes to worse,
you could either get a motel room until you go to the police station or call up a nearby women's shelter for advise.



You can also call the non emergency number to the police station and ask if they can have a unit drive by your place and make sure his vehicle isnt there. I am sure they wouldnt mind.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18047 posts
6th Dec '12
Quoting CourtyyBugg:" How do I go about a restraining order?"


Go to the police station.



They will probably make you have some sort of proof that you are in danger...that is where the voicemails/text/emails come in handy.

Adriana'sMombie 1 child; Quakertown, Pennsylvania 2113 posts
6th Dec '12
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" Sounds like is is either cheating or has cheated on you with the way he is acting... He also sounds ... [snip!] ... is going on as well and let them know to not talk to him about where you are and what your doing. Good luck! You can do it! "


all of this!



aww, honey, im so sorry :(
If I lived near you, id be over in a heart beat.

Damien*Dex*Jaidyn's Momma 18 kids; Pennsylvania 1535 posts
6th Dec '12

you need to call your local domestic violence place and tell them what's going on. You have a right to call the cops.

Mama Van D Due November 3; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Unity, Maine 2454 posts
6th Dec '12

Just making sure I'm right here, you're pregnant with your son's father's baby, right?