Posted by Robert on May 24, 2001 at 06:12:05:
In Reply to: lying posted by kathy leggett on May 23, 2001 at 10:10:41:
: My husband was accused of kissing my daughter-in-law 2 years ago,it caused a lot of upset in the families-I stood by him because there was no proof.He has been accused again by her-he admits kissing her on the cheek-she says on the mouth.This happened when our granddaughter was lost for 20 mins. and then found.She hugged him in relief of her being found then he is supposed to have done this.He called and told her he didn't want to chase her away like the last time-that she didn't know how special she was to him-he hoped he didn't make her un-comfortable.He admits he called her he said he felt bad about kissing her cheek because of what happened before.How the hell do I prove who is telling the truth?
If nothing more has happened in the past two years, I would say that nothing more will happen. Don't think your daughter-in-law would stand anything else, and likely let you know if your husband tried to seduce her.
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