Ok so i dont kjnow if this is the right place to be asking advice on this subject but, here goes................. My sister fella (G)has a step dad (R), hes living and in a relationship with the mom (L), anyway, it all started when i moved in with my sister, (R) started coming round often, and one night when i was drunk he pinned me to the wall and made a sexual move on me, i faught him off with great dificulty and ran upstairs where my sister and (G) were sat, i told them about it when (R) left, they told him to leave me be and i wasnt interested, anyway, since then hes tried it on, tried pinning himself on me, locked me and him in the bathroom, when i said i would scream he released me, he keeps making derogitory remarks and thretening to move to the new town im in, i darent do anything about it because if (R) and the mom split then the mom will disown (G) then (G) will stop me seeing my sister and my nieces and nephew, crap will kick off, its a tough situation, im worrying myself crazy about it, any sugestions on how i can deal with it without opening a can of worms? ive even told him im seeing someone (which im not) but that dont even put him off and even when i was seeing someone (long time ago) he still was trying it :os
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