Alina Fuf

Yesterday evening my son, who lives in Bristol,...

Yesterday evening my son, who lives in Bristol, was locked out of his own house by his partner and prevented from having access to his daughter. She claimed that he was intoxicated and a threat. She maintains that she contacted Mumsnet who advised her that she should lock the doors and contact the police. I spoke to my son on the telephone and he was clearly distressed about the situation. He was incidentally perfectly sober. The police did indeed arrive and advised my son to stay in a hotel which he did at a cost of £130. My son's partner sadly suffers mental health issues and my wife and I have witnessed many unfortunate incidents such as this. Mumsnet is often quoted by her as the source of her advice and on more than one occasion has stated as much to the police, perhaps in order to give her unfounded claims legitimacy. I strongly suspect that she has never contacted you and it is all a fabrication. My question is this, (sorry to be so long winded) would Mumsnet offer such advice in situations where they unfamiliar with the facts? Best regards, Philip.
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