Fifteen-year-old girl won't stop obsessing over me and making advances. I'm thirty-three. How do I get her to leave me alone?
She's very irritating and immature, and she's mean to my wife and has been trying to push a wedge between her and me. I don't think she's going to school and I can't for the life of me find her parents, though she doesn't seem to be homeless. My friend's teenage son has been trying to talk her out of going after me with no progress. He tells me that she ignores half of what he tells her and throws tantrums when she doesn't get her way. I don't know what's wrong with this girl.
- Pedal powerLv 61 month ago
Tell her, look I don't want to risk my marriage or go to jail, please understand.
- historyLv 71 month ago
Tell her that she's a little girl and you are not interested in her or jail so buzz off.
- TepeeLv 71 month ago
Ask her why she wants you to risk being sent to prison for child abuse?
- Anonymous1 month ago
You’re closer to 13 than 33.
You’ll never have anyone obsessing over you, so you needn’t worry about it.
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- nanuLv 61 month ago
tell her mother....................................
- BrianLv 71 month ago
The first question that will be asked is how did she get to be this way unless you groomed her to want to like you. It may be an innocent thing but she's latched onto you and you have to be responsible and try to deal with this. If you talk to anyone they'll want to know just what happened where things escalated to this level. She's very vulnerable in this state too so you need to try and handle this with "kid gloves" as they say. Try to become more distant with her over a period of time in hopes she'll focus her attentions elsewhere.
- steveLv 61 month ago
In your dreams!
But if real tell her parents otherwise if you just tell her no and she is 'obsessed' with you she might make accusations against you that it happened anyway.
- LiliLv 71 month ago
Tell her parents.
In fact, you might consider getting a lawyer to send her (and a copy to her parents) a "cease and desist" letter. My concern is that rejecting this girl might trigger a false accusation against you -- at 15, she wouldn't necessarily grasp the seriousness of that -- but "lawyering up" could protect you. At least consult one for some legal advice on the best way to proceed.