The roomie's mom FINALLY called!

@ElicBxn (60894)
United States
July 3, 2016 11:17pm CST
Back, the day after Christmas, we went out to see the roomie's folks because we thought her jerk of a brother wouldn't be there. Sadly we were wrong. I parked close to the house because the roomie had wanted to take her mom out to eat and he started being a jerk threatening that he might hit it if he decided to leave. He was drunk, if he was to drive that truck, he'd've been breaking the law... However, the roomie had enough, dropped the gifts and we left. Then, back in June I posted a meme on Facebook and her response was "I thought she was ignoring me." To which I responded with a novel about the drunk jerk who lived with her. Well, apparently, without the roomie and me to pick at, and with the across the street neighbor not going over if he were there, he started picking on the roomie's mom more. And she got fed up and kicked him out. Well, the roomie's nephew and family are going to come down next weekend and pick up their kids who are with her mother right now. The niece-in-law said they were going to have a family day over had "Oma's and Dad Dad's." The roomie explained why we wouldn't go out there. It seems one of them, the nephew or niece-in-law, called Oma and asked if the a$$hole would be there. Then Oma called the roomie and told her she kicked him out. This is the very first 2+ hour phone call in over half a year, but the roomie wasn't going to call her mom because if she did that would be the same as apologizing in her mom's book and she has NOTHING to apologize for!
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@epiffanie (10447)
• Australia
4 Jul 16
Oh, I can relate to this situation .. that is why I don't call any of my family members anymore .. I am at peace now
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@ElicBxn (60894)
• United States
4 Jul 16
Her parents wanted her to just ignore him, well, he is an violent and abusive drunk.
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@epiffanie (10447)
• Australia
6 Jul 16
@ElicBxn hmnn, it would be hard to ignore a violent and abusive drunk ..
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@ElicBxn (60894)
• United States
6 Jul 16
@epiffanie He wouldn't attack us, probably because he knows either one of us would happily put his drunk a$$ in jail, but he might damage my car - for which I would also happily file charges. Even though he is on private property, I could prove I wasn't behind his truck and that he shouldn't have been behind any wheel, even on private property.
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@Susan2015 (22193)
• United States
6 Jul 16
Sounds like a really messed up person.
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@ElicBxn (60894)
• United States
6 Jul 16
Ya think? Its a wonder the roomie came out so well as dysfunctional as the family is, and she has problems... Probably because she spent most of her teen years at the blind school...