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  anon133744x  |  48

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  54754N4  |  25

SHE SHOULD leave after making him hear what he wants to hear because since he doesn't want to hear what she's saying and ends up locking her up till she says what he wants, then that's the only way for you to get what you want too lol. Unless she's a masochist. That's another story.

By  hellraisedfire  |  35

you need to call the police and tell them you aren't comfortable with leaving your boyfriend because of this. get a group of your friends together, pack up everything while he's at work/school, and RUN!

By  Tripartita  |  45

I can't get past the fact that this has worked THREE times before. Why not try for a fourth? Depending on how many more times this happens, would could hook you two up to a copper coil and create entertain from perpetual motion.

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  thatweirdasian  |  33

Even so, she will still need to go back to the apartment and pick up her stuff, and thus risk getting locked in again. That is, unless her friends and/or family go and help her move out, then yay!

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  thatweirdasian  |  33

Even so, she will still need to go back to the apartment and pick up her stuff, and thus risk getting locked in again. That is, unless her friends and/or family go and help her move out, then yay!

By  thatweirdasian  |  40

That's insane! And illegal! Report him please! Also, and I'm most likely just ignorant and oblivious about this, but how do you get locked IN the apartment? Like, are you locked in just a room in the apartment that can't be opened from the inside? That's scary then!

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  zeffra13  |  40

Often the door in/out of a building only locks by a key, & can't be opened from either side without it. I'm guessing OP returned her key during the breakup speech, or he grabbed it & ran. No clue how the same thing could happen so many times though.

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  chinaski7628  |  40

My apartment doesn't have a switch lock (not sure if that's what they're called), but can only be locked and unlocked from inside (or outside) with a key. One day my roommate left his keys at work, and since I had already left for work and had locked the door behind me when I left, he was locked in the apartment all day. If OP's apartment has a similar type of lock, all her boyfriend would have to do is lock the door and take her key.

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  chinaski7628  |  40

83, I live in China, where there are few building/safety codes. The only other way out of my locked apartment is through the window. As I'm on the 7th floor, that's not a viable option.

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  Ali_Br_fml  |  40

The place my family rents has a deadbolt that can only be opened with a key. My brother loves to lock it. I got locked in a few times when I couldn't find my keys. I'd hate for there to be a fire... And after the first time getting locked in until I changed my answer, I'd be gone. I wouldn't stick around 4 times.

By  SixthSinEnvy  |  47

So he's willing to lock you in to make you stay together and you aren't worried about this being a red flag? If he's done this 3 times before, why are you still with or around him? Get away from that crazy. YDI

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Maybe she's afraid of what else he might do? Someone who is willing to lock someone in his apartment could be capable of other terrible things. It may seem stupid of her, but remember, she is still the victim. Don't blame her. Fear makes you do things you don't want to do, like stay in bad relationships.

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