I'm angry and humiliated and absolutely furious. I've lived next door to my daughter for 16 years in a gated community, and at the time she bought her house she gave me a copy of her house keys in case of an emergency.
My daughter is 38 and she has always been a terrible judge of character as far as men are concerned. She picked one sorry loser after another, even her husband was a pathetic weakling, but I soon put an end to that!
A few months ago she started dating yet another loser. She did it behind my back, but I soon found out. She never introduced me to him, I know she was afraid I'd see right through him like I did all the others.
I had to protect her from herself, so I did what I had to do to make sure she was safe. I bought a nanny cam and I installed it in her bedroom
Three days ago, I saw that that man was forcing himself on her, so I rushed over and let myself in, I ran up the stairs to her bedroom and asked her if she needed help.
But my daughter started screaming at me to get out, acting like a wild woman, completely hysterical. So I left but I admit I was very upset by her reaction.
Later she came to my house raging and shouting as if I'd done something wrong. So I explained that I was looking out for her since she socialized with low elements and that I had thought she was being raped.
She asked how had I even known she was having sex, and if I thought she was being raped why hadn't I called the police?
She saw the nanny cam monitor and went wild. She called the police and is laying charges against me for invasion of privacy. My lawyer says this is an Article 8 charge which is a crime against chastity, morality, and decency and that I can face from 1 to 5 years in prison, and may even be placed on the sex offender register!.
I was just looking out for my daughter's safety! That little monster says she won't drop the charges unless I make a public admission of guilt and apologize!
She wants to humiliate me, her own mother, wants me to admit to a disgusting crime! How can I possibly make her see how ungrateful she is?
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