Our expert says:
Sadly, this sort of situation is all too common --- sometimes one parent when there is animosity or a bitter separation, will try to convince a child that the other parent ( or that parent's bf/gf ) is being abusive. I think it should be prosecuted as child abuse where this happens and can be proved. <br>Anyhow, a relief to learn that the child is not being directlly abused as alleged. But I would discuss this situation with Child Welfare, as maybe a court order should be sought to protect the child from these twisted and abusive people
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