By hi_im_ughlee - 05/11/2015 03:36

Today, I broke up with the guy I was seeing because he has a bad temper. He refused to believe me and decided that the best way to prove me wrong was to completely destroy my newly built house, inside and out, while I was at work. FML
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You deserved it 1 689

hi_im_ughlee tells us more.

Hey, guys! I'm OP. I'm glad most of you are supportive about this! Charges have been filed and he will be sued for all damages. He actually did break in, and he broke all the windows and doors, smashed all the lights and mirrors, took a hammer to the brick outside and the walls inside, and destroyed my deck. I had mini cameras installed to make sure no one would steal anything while the house was still being worked on, so I've got irrefutable proof that it was him and slowly but surely he will be brought down.

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Involve the police. Someone capable of that is a criminal and may decide to go further and take it out on you

Put a restraining order on him. With a temper like that he surely wont be glad you broke up with him in the future.

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And he wonders what you mean by a bad temper? Sorry OP, FYL.

Press charges . Sue the hell out of him for ALL the damages. Plus a restraining order as #2 said. He's fucking crazy.

Put a restraining order on him. With a temper like that he surely wont be glad you broke up with him in the future.

I'm sure more than a restraining order is necessary. Her ex-boyfriend vandalized her property, and (assuming OP locked her doors) broke into her house. So that's vandalism, breaking and entering, and who knows what else he did.

2- skip the restraining order and go straight to the cops. What he did is a felony and I doubt a person like that would listen to a restraining order.

A restraining order is just a paper it has very little to back it up

A restraining order? I think a prison sentence is in order.

not necessarily. she never said they didn't live together. might only be a misdemeanor and if he gets off easy then he'll be even more pissed.

Involve the police. Someone capable of that is a criminal and may decide to go further and take it out on you

The guy probably already tried to.

Wow. So... We talking like actual parts of the building ruined, or things in and around the house?

File a law suit and a restraining order or you can go f*ck up his house either way it could be a win win

Yeah, because doing the same to him is really the way to go..

win win!? She still got her house destroyed. That doesn't seem to be a winner.

RockstarJAy 16

I think what they meant by "win-win" was OP's boyfriend got to destroy her house while she would have gotten to destroy his.

This isn't really a situation that needs revenge, especially if the guy is that violent and unstable. It needs the police involved. Why would you want to do anything that could possibly escalate the situation?

Well, at least you won't need a crane. You'll still to pick the broken ruins up again and mend your heart.

English. Do you know it?

TigranPet 24

Can't win them all

Where did you find him?? So he destroys your home, so you can know he doesn't have a bad temper. Because that makes sense.

Go to the cops, sue that stupid f***, and then get a restraining order... Sorry about all this OP!!

Call the cops and press charges,

I'm glad you got away from him! Get the police involved and get a restraining order.