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By running scared - / Friday 8 April 2016 09:40 / Norway
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By  ninjamadi  |  16

that's not right at all. bosses are not supposed to give out private information like that. you could report her if the ex is that crazy and get her fired for putting you in a dangerous situation

By  MikaykayUnicorn  |  35

Yeah, that's super illegal. It's like how doctors aren't supposed to give out info to people about your health and issues unless you state so; this was extremely uncalled for and I cannot believe anyone in that position would think that it would be okay. You definitely should report her OP. She endangered you just because she thought you would be a cute couple.

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By  ninjamadi  |  16

that's not right at all. bosses are not supposed to give out private information like that. you could report her if the ex is that crazy and get her fired for putting you in a dangerous situation

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Yeah, that's super illegal. It's like how doctors aren't supposed to give out info to people about your health and issues unless you state so; this was extremely uncalled for and I cannot believe anyone in that position would think that it would be okay. You definitely should report her OP. She endangered you just because she thought you would be a cute couple.

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  interesting33  |  32

She should have contacted OP and asked him if she could pass on that information, and told the ex that she is sorry but she can't give that stuff out without your consent.

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  birdofparadise  |  16

I was just about to say the same thing. although, regardless of how dangerous the ex is, OP could sue the company anyway, because giving personal information out to anyone who asks is illegal.

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  andrmac  |  25

Go to HR and report it. That's a gross violation of privacy. If not immediate termination then right to final warning. Playing matchmaker is not an acceptable reason.

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That's illegal, and she just helped a potential stalker. If your violent ex contacts or approaches you, document it, and if it repeats or goes violent, go to the police or other law official.

By  Aerobic_Exorcism  |  13

Your *former* boss? That's fucked up. She's not even supposed to be involved in your life anymore if you don't work for her et this point. Not to say this situation would be better if you still worked for her.

By  anonymous198913  |  26

You should report your boss for giving out personal information, and you should get a restraining order on your ex. That's a dangerous situation you don't need to be involved in. Stay safe, OP

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  pandalover69  |  26

Sadly there are some cops who will think the violent stalker is actually not that bad of a person and then they won't do anything. Look at Nichole Brown Simpson, she called the cops on OJ 8 times during their marriage and each time nothing was done. She once even went out to them with a busted lip, bruised face, and other cuts and begged them to do something. Instead they talked about football with him and then just left. I'm sure I don't need to explain the rest of what happened.

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  catherinecas  |  30

Unless the cops decide it's not worth their time. My sister's ex violated his RO and the cops let him off because "he seemed like a good guy" and because they thought my sister was a crazy bitch. Which she definitely is when it comes to protecting her kids from their psycho father.

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  MissRaindrop  |  20

My aunt was murdered last year by her ex. She was denied restraining orders several times because he was such a well liked person that they wouldn't believe her. He finally just walked right into her house, shot her 17 times in the head and chest, then shot himself.

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