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She got pulled over for a DUI! -vent- Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13

Okay so last night my alcoholic mother in law got pulled over for a DUI, like blew WAY over anyway, she didn't crash or hurt anything thank f**king God but she's now in jail. Okay let me start over. She's a b***h when she drinks, like class A b***h calls you scream at you for what ever made up bull shit she created. Well she calls me up last night screaming at me because my husband, who was out with friends and left the car at home because he was going to drink so he was just going to spend the night at their house, didn't answer his phone so she could get a ride home because she was tanked. When I told her what was going on she freaked and just got so upset she started throwing shit at me from my past, anyway I was tired and didn't want to deal with it so I basically told her to shut the f**k up and if she wanted to talk to me she could do so when she was sober. Anyway she called me back later crying about how because we didn't go pick her up she got pulled over for a DUI. -_- she could have called a f**king cab or stayed the night in the hotel but no she wants to blame us! I'm so tired of this crap and hope to f**king God that she goes to f**king REHAB! She needs it more than anyone I have ever met! I'm just so done! But no now I have to f**king go get her b***h ass and be all f**king nice and sweet because my FIL asked me too do it, and I would never do anything to upset or disappoint him he is an amazing man and I literately owe him my life. I'm just so tired I've only gotten two hours of sleep because I was trying to get a hold of everyone and the baby was having trouble sleeping and UGTH! T_T I'm so f**king tired that I can't take this shit any more, but there is nothing I can do about it because well . . . they kind of own my car and that is the first thing they will take if I piss them off that and I just don't want to hurt my FIL I'm just so tired.



-end vent sorry if it didn't make since I am angry and tired lol I know I said that already-

justanotherchicken Alabama 2402 posts
5th May '13

Yeah... I'd also only pick her up because your FIL asked you to. I wouldn't be nice though!

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting Kiki~2boys:" Yeah... I'd also only pick her up because your FIL asked you to. I wouldn't be nice though!"


But if I'm not she'll take my car away from me. So I have to be a sweet as cherry pie . T_T

The Great Deku Tree 1 child; Kokiri Forest, IN, United States 4146 posts
status 5th May '13

Why/how can she take your car from you? Is it hers? That's rough.

tatesmommy09 2 kids; Illinois 4003 posts
5th May '13

I feel your pain! Once my MIL.got super drunk and drove home a crashed her car. Somehow she made it home without killing herself or someone else. It was like 3:30 am and she instantly went to.screaming and hubby (we were dating at the time and both lived qt oir homes. I was just spending the night) and telling him it was all his fault because he didnt answer his phone and go pick her up.



So the car she crashed was technically hers because she signed for it but should have been hubbys because he paid for it all. She used his travel pay from basic training to make the down payment and he had made every payment. She had insurance but refused to report it because she was drunk.



Hubby ended up spending near 2000$ to fix it. Then we moved out and took the car.



A few months later she shows uo out of the blue and takes the car from us leaving us with nothing to drive. When hubby poinyed out that he had made every payment she told him it didnt matter because the papers were in her name and she would call the cops if she needed to.



She traded that car for a truck that she blew up the motor. Then traded that for a green car that she crashed (high on pills) and totaled. Then she gotva white car that is now dead in her driveway after crashing it into a gas station. That time she received a DWI and got her license taken away (thank goodness!)



She still harbors ill feelings towards me because I refused to pit up the money to bail her out of jail. Hubby was in Iraq at the time and we had the money but I couldnt get ahold of him to get permission and make sure it was okay to spend that much money. So she kind of still hates me. Hubby sided with me and said he wouldnt have pit the money up anyways.



She is mental though and has major issues. She has told everyone hibby died while in Iraq and that my son died when he was a month old!



I am kind of a jerk and would probably pick her up and only say "I am only doing this because "insert name" wants me to."

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting VeggieBurglar:" Why/how can she take your car from you? Is it hers? That's rough. "


Yup it's her car, I bought it from her, but didn't have the money to put it in my name yet so she's keeping it in her name and under her insurance until I can pay for it.

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting tatesmommy09:" I feel your pain! Once my MIL.got super drunk and drove home a crashed her car. Somehow she made it home ... [snip!] ... old! I am kind of a jerk and would probably pick her up and only say "I am only doing this because "insert name" wants me to.""

OMG this lady is f**king crazy! I thought my mother in law was the only one that psychotic!
Her husband is in Iraq right now too so basically it's up to me to f**king fix. I don't have the money to pay her bail but her husband is getting a bail bondsmen or what ever. I honestly wasn't paying attention because I don't care. I just told them to call me when she needed a ride.



I swear though if she opens her mouth and says one bad thing I will pull over and tell her ass she can f**king walk the 7 miles home. -_-

tatesmommy09 2 kids; Illinois 4003 posts
5th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" OMG this lady is f**king crazy! I thought my mother in law was the only one that psychotic! Her husband ... [snip!] ... if she opens her mouth and says one bad thing I will pull over and tell her ass she can f**king walk the 7 miles home. -_-"</blockquote>



bummer about the car being in her name. It is way to hard for mto play nice anymore. Most of the time I just speak my mind.



Hopefully you dont have too much time before you can get the car in your name and insurance and break that tie.



I have more experience with crazy in laws then most. I seriously think hubby and maybe his oldest brother are the only sane ones in their famiky!!

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting tatesmommy09:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" OMG this lady is f**king crazy! I thought my mother ... [snip!] ... with crazy in laws then most. I seriously think hubby and maybe his oldest brother are the only sane ones in their famiky!!"


I know that feeling my husband and his sis are the only ones who aren't f**king insane!

tatesmommy09 2 kids; Illinois 4003 posts
5th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" I know that feeling my husband and his sis are the only ones who aren't f**king insane!"</blockquote>




Lol.



It sucks though because husband does not have a dad so he is a huge mamas boy and just wants to forgive her for everything she does. Her recent episode was to call dcfs on my neices mom and the kidnap.my neice!! She was gone for over 24hrs and thevstate police were looking for her. They finally found her and my neice was fine and went home with her mom.



So I drew the line and she is hardly around my kids and never alone with them. Now all of a sudden hubby is mad at me because I wont let her babysit!! I am standing my ground this time!

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting tatesmommy09:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" I know that feeling my husband and his sis are ... [snip!] ... alone with them. Now all of a sudden hubby is mad at me because I wont let her babysit!! I am standing my ground this time!"


Good for you, you should stand your ground! After everything she's done he still wants to let her babysit screw that noise. I'm lucky my husband and sister in law both see and are not afraid to say that their mother is scum. My father in law however is kind of a wuss, I love him sooo much but it's true. He lets her get away with everything because he doesn't want to deal with it.

tatesmommy09 2 kids; Illinois 4003 posts
5th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" Good for you, you should stand your ground! After everything she's done he still wants to let her babysit ... [snip!] ... of a wuss, I love him sooo much but it's true. He lets her get away with everything because he doesn't want to deal with it."</blockquote>



Thats the way hubby is. It is just easier to give in and not have to deal with her crazy drama. I just ignore her lol

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting tatesmommy09:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Akeema:</b>" Good for you, you should stand your ground! After ... [snip!] ... Thats the way hubby is. It is just easier to give in and not have to deal with her crazy drama. I just ignore her lol"


I think that's the problem they are like spoiled children if you ignore them or just give in they will never change! Which is why I hope they force her in to rehab.

ßlack Rose ♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Sharon, Oklahoma 5335 posts
5th May '13
Quoting Akeema:" Yup it's her car, I bought it from her, but didn't have the money to put it in my name yet so she's keeping it in her name and under her insurance until I can pay for it."


If she tries to take it back from you for any reason, tell her that she can pay you back the money you paid for it. I hate people that do stuff like that. >.< Its so annoying.

Akeema 18 kids; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 5979 posts
5th May '13
Quoting Gizmo ♥ Bry:" If she tries to take it back from you for any reason, tell her that she can pay you back the money you paid for it. I hate people that do stuff like that. >.< Its so annoying. "


Tried that she just threw in my face everything she's done for me over the years.