- Jan 6, 2004
He's eighteen next month. His mother knows what he's doing, she commented on one of his videos. He told her "**** off".But... if you don't want others reporting them, how old is the individual in question? If he is also a minor have you tried the 'parent-to-parent' angle of finding out if his mother knows what he's up to online?
Appreciate your sympathetic support, thanks. I'll just go out to the money tree I keep in my garden to pay for the lawyer. Be right back.Figure it out? That part is the job of the lawyer. You should seek for legal advice and pressure both parties by sending them a legal notice to take down those videos because of harassment and copyright infringement (and other stuff).
If the life of your daughter turned to hell, that should have been the first thing you should have done a long time ago. There is nothing to discuss here, if the story you told us is true. Get legal advice, this is a serious matter. Bunch of people on the internet won't be able to help your daughter.
But for the record, we did seek legal advice back when it all started - their advice was to go to the police.