My fiance and I have been dealing with a tough situation lately. He has 2 children from a previous relationship, and they live with their mother. We recently moved to OH to be closer to them. Since we have been here, and even before, we have learned a lot of interesting things about the childrens' at-home-lives. Mom's boyfriend--who has an extensive past with the police--has been said to hit the children and call them names not appropriate to type out. Mom and boyfriend lock the children in their room. The children spend more time with babysitter or other relatives than actually with Mom. Mom recently lost her job, and got kicked out of her boyfriend's house for cheating on him. Boyfriend is out of picture now, thank God. Mom now lives in her mother's house, in one bedroom with both kids. Has no job. No money. She lives off her child support--which, is extremely high, but thats besides the point. We filed a report back in December with the local police when his son, 5 yrs old, begged us not to take him back to his mother's house. Recently filed a report with Child Services, and based on the information given to them from my fiance and his children (including, but definetly not limited to, Mom catching her apartment on fire with their son in the next room and she was upstairs) they still did not feel it necessary to start an investigation. Then they had the balls--excuse me--to call Mom and tell her everything her son said about her and her (now ex-)boyfriend. What constitutes them filing an investigation? They needed to let Mom know everything her son was out telling people, so she could hurt him more?
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