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By thehunterofprey - / Friday 22 June 2018 19:00 /
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  Suaria  |  32

I'm wondering how he is awful. His family were the ones who destroyed his car, and wrote a slur on it.

By  GMSP  |  18

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  DanielleinDC  |  31

At least you have the footage. You should also press charges against your family. That should be considered a hate crime.

I also hope you find a safe place to stay, as it's probably not safe to be around them ever again.

By  DragonMaiden7  |  15

I’m sorry you had to go through something that horrible OP. Just because they are your parents, unfortunately it doesn’t mean they will be wise and understanding, though they should be. My advice would be to sue them for the damages for the car, emotional damage, charge them with a hate crime, and cut all ties with them. It can be heart wrenching, but the world is moving forward, and it doesn’t have room for toxic people. Neither do you

By  Chazzster  |  18

Based on context I am assuming:
(1) OP knows and has proof it was his parent(s) who destroyed his car (one or both).
(2) OP does not live with his parents.

OP, If it was me and you have collision or comprehensive coverage on your car, contact your auto insurance company with a claim and contact the police with your story and evidence. That will get your car fixed quickly though you may have to pay the deductible. Going to court will not be quick with a lawsuit and the legal fees are likely to be more than your copay on auto insurance.

And now you know your parent(s) really feel. Assuming you have a job and are not living with them, cut the ties and do not look back. It’s a terrible thing to discover that your parent(s) are raving lunatics and having to sever all ties with them. It’s worse to keep in contact with them after something like this. And, by the way it’s only going to get worse when either you sue them or the police contact them with your complaint - So make sure you stay safe and your property is protected. If there is any possibility that your parents or someone in your extended family has a key to your apartment then change your locks immediately. You already know one or more of them is just plain nuts and potentially dangerous.

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