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Is What My Dad Did Illegal?

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    Posted: 03/July/2017 at 05:42
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Edited by jaazzz - 03/July/2017 at 07:50

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Hi fuel just came across this, a tad late however how did everything go with your parents/mum
Cheers 😊

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  Quote FUEL645 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14/December/2016 at 18:41
I'll try my best to convey this as it is a little convoluted. To give some context, my parents have separated and my dad has a new partner (we'll call her PW). Not too long after the separation my dad got a VRO against my mum. My mum has been talking to his partner through phone calls, texts and Facebook messages in order to settle financial issues. Today, PW's account has been altered to look like it belongs to my dad. He reported a message that was sent to PW's account a couple of days ago by my mum that it had breached the VRO. The police have viewed the report and are requesting my mum to the police station on Friday.

Essentially, he has created a false report in hopes that it will get my mum in trouble with the law. If this is illegal, what law is it breaking and what kind of punishment would my dad face?

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