I finally had to apply for a restraining order against the aging nutcase of an old lady that I've been dealing with.
It got to be ridiculous, in that if I was seated with friends in a cafeteria, she'd come up within a foot of me in order to show that she was going to push herself on me, no matter what.
If I walked my dog and ran into her, she would make a bee-line for me and my dog, before I could retract the leash, trying to set up some type of scenario where she could claim I abused her.
I've never met a professional victim in so much denial! She really takes the cake, not to mention the table, place settings and tablecloth too.
The crazy old bitch even approached the man that I paid to serve her for the civil case; whining and crying that he had served her.
"Why did you serve me," she asked him.
"I was paid to and I needed the money," he told her.
"That wasn't nice. If you ever need money, why don't you come to me?"
She acts as if she is immune from common inconveniences that all of us others deal with when we break the laws.
Now, she has a boyfriend that I've heard she's bilking. As I'm told, this poor old fool who lives close to her has suffered a heart attack and is in some rehab facility, recovering. The scandalous old shrew has incorporated one of the two-bit losers whom she pays to hang out with her. She is using him to help her bilk this man of his retirement money.
So far, she has only robbed the man's checking account of around $2,000, I'm told. And while I know this is felonious, I also realize that even if I tried to help the old geezer (a man who has made the horrible decision to take her on as a girlfriend), that I wouldn't likely be taken seriously. Especially since I'm suing her for slander and libel and have applied for a restraining order against her.
But none-the-less, I find it remarkably sad that this piece of shit woman and her accomplice have no shame about swindling this man out of his money. Even more disgusting than that, is the fact that her accomplice is driving the man's car all over, as if it is his own. And then, she has the nerve to call the old man her boyfriend.
I'm praying the man's family looks into things and figures out that money removed from his banking account while he was in the hospital probably wasn't removed with permissions. I believe that anything over $500 is likely a felony.
Peace and Doves
As for me, the hope of future peace from this tragically misguided woman, is heavenly. It's sad that there are these types of individuals in the world. But elder abuse is not a new phenomenon.
It's just amazing that people her age don't realize that they can be charged with felonies for committing financial abuse against fellow senior citizens.
I guess this message is to remind anyone who has an elderly parent, living in or out of a senior community, to check up on them and make sure that their "friends" or "relations" aren't using them for financial exploitation.