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Police would just consider this a family dispute. I once tried to run away cuz my dad threatened to kill me, and when the cops got called due to my dad trying to drag me into his car, they told me I had to go back home and there was nothing they could do, because "it was a family dispute." Imagine calling them about a broken mini fridge, lol. They'd just get mad at OP.

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#49 They called it a family dispute? I feel like that is possible child abuse (prob not a phrase used by police) or disturbance of peace (when someone unlawfully tries to disrupt your happiness in life).

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#73 - I couldn't prove he made the threat, and my dad spun it around on me saying I was lying and just trying to run away so I can do drugs and have sex. He didn't actually beat me or hurt me so I guess they didn't consider it abuse. They got mad at me for being disobedient. Thus, "family dispute." Just sent us home to solve it ourselves.

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Or sugar free food. My mom used to buy sweets and my brother and I would eat them. Then she bought sugar free sweets (I was little and didn't know the difference) and ate them. Got the shits and ever since then I trust nothing my mom buys nor sugar free sweets...

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The problem with only putting spoiled food in the fridge is that OP himself can't enjoy it then. Might as well give up and throw the fridge away. Honestly I don't see a good solution, OP's brother have clearly shown that he doesn't give a fuck what OP thinks or wants. I mean, it's pretty much impossible to not get the hint after the fridge have been chained up and locked..

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I kinda wonder why you think someone who doesn't get the hint after finding a lock on something that isn't theirs, to the point they feel so entitled to it that they break someone else's property, only needs to be talked to in order to get the hint.

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