Quite some Drama

Pro tip: Whenver a woman e-mails on behalf of her boyfriend, most likely unknowingly, and refers to the boyfriend as “fiance”, expect some drama.

And expect only half of the story. At most. Although this half is confusing enough.

Okay let me start from the beginning. My fiance was having sex with his ex German girlfriend but she was also have sex with 6 other men along with him. She told one of the men she doesn’t care how many men she had to have sex with she was just trying to get pregnant again.  So when my fiance found out she was pregnant with the child he already knew that it wasn’t his because she was having sex with 6 other men. Because he would not leave me and our unborn child at the time and move to Germany with her. She decided that she would just leave because my fiance told her that they broke up and that they were never getting back together.  So she left. After the child was born in December 2015 she went after him for child support. He asked her why did she do file child support against him.  At first she lied to him and told him it wasn’t her but the German Government.  He told her he did not believe her. She finally admitted that she filed child support against him because she was mad at him for not leaving me and our child. He tried to keep in contact with the mother for the child’s sake but she wouldn’t let him. So he decided to give up on keeping contact.  There was no point. He still believes in not paying child support for a child he never gets to see or be around. He wants to sign his writes away because he and I both know nothing about the German child.

Honestly, I think my time is better spent writing than trying to untangle this mess. But please have a go at it!


About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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9 Responses to Quite some Drama

  1. Chris says:

    This is as clear as mud. Those who loudly propagate ignoring spelling an grammar rules because “it’s the meaning that counts” forget that one of the main reasons for spelling and grammar rules is the maintenance of comprehensibility

  2. This case seems better suited to one of those afternoons talk shows. (Are those even still on?)🤣🤣🤣

    • Oh yeah, that would make a great talk show!

      With all six dudes walking in. And the “fiance” declaring his love for the ex-girlfriend to the shocking pregnant new girlfriend, but then the host reveals that they are half-siblings and can’t marry anyway.

      I think those talk shows are no longer on, or we would always hear about them on Facebook or Twitter.
      I am ashamed to say I watched them in the 1990s, just because I was so excited that we had gotten satellite TV.
      Oh, the time I wasted with this crap… (Well, now I am wasting it online.)

    • I don’t consider online time “wasted” when it’s spent interacting with people all over the world, sharing ideas and laughs. We teach each other new things. 😁

    • Absolutely, that’s a great thing!

      But when I have things to get done, especially for university, it’s amazing in what rabbit holes I can get lost online. (Although I can do the same in a physical library, I have tried it.)

    • Yeah… the rabbit holes… happens to me too. But even that isn’t necessarily wasted time. Knowledge is good.

  3. redbat says:

    Well, at least she didn’t ask you if she and her fiance could move to Germany because her fiance (who definitely does not have a German child), is being forced to pay child support for a German child (which definitely is not his).

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