Daughter dating a felon
Jeremy was born in California on April 7, 1984, and shot to viral fame after the Stockton Police Department posted his mugshot on Facebook.
The image racked up a huge 75,000 likes, 20,000 comments and 10,000 shares.
when my ex husband cheated on me, I hacked his ex girlfriends facebook and email to keep tabs on whether or not they were contacting each other still. He says that he'll tell her about it and get her to press charges against me so that he can get custody of my daughter So instead of leaving him, you engaged in a potential federal crime. Whether the federal prosecutor would carry through on the charge or not, only they could tell you.
But yes, those actions taken could have severe consequences for you - not so much in the custody case, but if you get convicted on a charge like this, you won't keep custody if sentenced to federal prison.
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JEREMY Meeks was reported to have split with heiress girlfriend Chloe Green in June.
It's very harsh to suggest that a child/children who are not being neglected or abused and who are in a nurturing environment with their mother be put up for adoption.
Yes, I made a STUPID mistake before she was born and did what I did when I was cheated on. As far as my bf, he also obtained his record before I met him and is now working and doing the right things in life; so much so, that he was recently awarded custody by the state of a friends son. Never been pulled over or questioned by police about anything.Not a trivial thing, and something your husband can certainly attempt to exploit to convince a court that one environment for the child is better than the other.So instead of leaving him, you engaged in a potential federal crime. Whether the federal prosecutor would carry through on the charge or not, only they could tell you.Your BF will need to acknowledge paternity and you'll need to make sure that issue is addressed in your divorce, lest your husband seek custody of BOTH children (since the divorce cannot be finalized until after the actual birth of the child).He can certainly make that argument to the court and ask for that.