Throughout our relationship he has never wanted to meet my children and we have always met up well away from them. Upon informing his PPU Officer of our relationship she checked with children's services and confirmed to us that so long as we continued to not include my children (ages 3, 6 and 8) in our relationship there was no need for them to take any action, but should we wish to move our relationship on to include them at any point they would need to do an assessment to work out what level of contact, if any, would be allowed.In November my partner attended a social event where my children were also present.He has absolutely no restrictions on being around children at all.
The following weekend, I drove to a restaurant to meet him with a feeling of unease.
After we’d eaten, he told me that he needed to have a chat with me about something from his past which was likely to affect his present and his future.
The county where they lived for a short while convicted him. He has several nieces and nephews living next door and none of his family is scared to leave their children with him. He said that it is totally untrue and he was railroaded.
She the tried to file charges in te county where he lives now and it was found to be nothing.
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For 18 months I have been in a long distance relationship with a sex offender. When it all began, the ex tried to charge him in another stats and it was found to be nothing. He said that it is totally untrue and he was railroaded.I thought he was going to tell me that he was married!I certainly didn’t expect to hear the words that he actually said to me.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.