4 year old daughter is saying mt 8 year old son showed her his willy
I have a 8 year old son and a 4 year old stepdaughter why stays every other weekend. The children got up early today and played together in my son's room for about an hour, we then had the whole day together and she went home to her mother at 5.30pm. 6.30pm I get a text from my be (her dad) saying he'd had a text from his daughters mom saying that my son showed his daughter his Willy this morning and then told get not to say anything. My son is being tested for autism and due to issues he was having at school 3-4 years ago knows that this is wrong and he promised that he would not do things like this as its naughty. I spoke to my son and he said that it was his daughter that pulled her pants down to flash her bits, asked him to touch her bum and then pinched his Willy (his clothes never came off at any time). Now the issue I have is that the sun shines out of my stepdaughters arse and she can do no wrong (I think she's a nice little girl but she's very manipulative and does lie to play us and off against each other, including her mom, example: I gave my son his kareoke, we where singing and I held the Mic out for her to sing into,she shook her head then I said 'ok off you go'.... I walked past the door to the loo and she was in tears telling her dad we wouldn't let her have a go and I told her to get out of his bedroom) therefore my partner instantly belives his daughter and blanrs my son. She obviously has gone back to her mom so I can't talk directly to her and know that she will use tears to get out of the situation, but I really want to get to the bottom of it, so I am going to see her mom tomorrow....... My son is adamant he didn't do it, but is this a huge punishable feed anyway? My partner doesn't really like my son because if the way he behaves and everything is his fault. Im hoping it is his daughter and I want her properly punished for lying. If it's my son he will be dealt with.....I think his daughter enjoys seeing my son in trouble.......
This is really hard, and I think you should strongly consider breaking up. Your boyfriend doesn't like your son, and you have resentments - albeit maybe reasonable ones - against his daughter, and his daughter has a very powerful way of causing strife.
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