Toni Pauze
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Will I go to prison for damaging someone's ukuleles? This may sound absolutely ridiculous but I am genuinely scared..
About 3 weeks ago I got in contact with a friend I haven't spoken to or seen in quite a while, maybe 4 years, I was at the pub and he was at home. I asked him to come to the pub and he said he didn't want to and invited me over to his house instead, I thought why not, I hadn't seen him in ages and I was going through a rough time (lost my baby at 17 weeks gestation, had to give birth to him, funeral was coming up) so it would've been nice to see a friend. So I went to his house, I was relatively drunk at this point and we were having a nice time, baring in mind this is a guy I used to sleep with and he kind of left things a bad way by telling me he loved me and stuff and then continued to get back with his ex, his ex whom he had recently broken up with the day I went to his his. So anyway, we ended up getting intimate, probably worst idea in the world but it happened anyway, but straight after, he was acting very weird with me and it made me uncomfortable, he got up and left his room and went to the kitchen and was speaking on the phone to someone and this is where I got upset. I assumed it was his ex girlfriend and it made me feel disgusting, so I confronted him about it and he was angry and things got heated and he said some horrible things like "I should've aborted my son" and was just being so mean, so I lost my temper and got his 2 ukuleles and smashed them on the floor, breaking them, I know I shouldn't have done it but I was upset, I also suffer from borderline personality disorder which adds to my intense outburst, which he knows all about, but still continued to make me upset/angry. So pretty instantly after he run up to me, pinned me down to the bed by my throat and threatened me so I pushed him off me and left his house, absolutely hysterical, I was upset by what I had done. I then later found out he called the police as I got arrested and had to spend 12 hours in a cell, the charge was criminal damage. I also found out that he told the police the reason I reacted and smashed up his ukuleles was because I wanted to have sex with him and he rejected me, which is ridiculous, I have photographic evidence of him sending me his address over the top of a photo of him basically naked showing his private area. I have got to go to magistrates court on Wednesday. What is the likely outcome? Sorry if anyone thinks this is stupid 

I really doubt you'll see any jail time, probably just have to pay a fine. The guy is obviously a jerk you should have smashed those ukuleles over his fat head.

Toni Pauze
Toni Pauze thanked Doug Stone's answer
Will I go to prison for damaging someone's ukuleles? This may sound absolutely ridiculous but I am genuinely scared..
About 3 weeks ago I got in contact with a friend I haven't spoken to or seen in quite a while, maybe 4 years, I was at the pub and he was at home. I asked him to come to the pub and he said he didn't want to and invited me over to his house instead, I thought why not, I hadn't seen him in ages and I was going through a rough time (lost my baby at 17 weeks gestation, had to give birth to him, funeral was coming up) so it would've been nice to see a friend. So I went to his house, I was relatively drunk at this point and we were having a nice time, baring in mind this is a guy I used to sleep with and he kind of left things a bad way by telling me he loved me and stuff and then continued to get back with his ex, his ex whom he had recently broken up with the day I went to his his. So anyway, we ended up getting intimate, probably worst idea in the world but it happened anyway, but straight after, he was acting very weird with me and it made me uncomfortable, he got up and left his room and went to the kitchen and was speaking on the phone to someone and this is where I got upset. I assumed it was his ex girlfriend and it made me feel disgusting, so I confronted him about it and he was angry and things got heated and he said some horrible things like "I should've aborted my son" and was just being so mean, so I lost my temper and got his 2 ukuleles and smashed them on the floor, breaking them, I know I shouldn't have done it but I was upset, I also suffer from borderline personality disorder which adds to my intense outburst, which he knows all about, but still continued to make me upset/angry. So pretty instantly after he run up to me, pinned me down to the bed by my throat and threatened me so I pushed him off me and left his house, absolutely hysterical, I was upset by what I had done. I then later found out he called the police as I got arrested and had to spend 12 hours in a cell, the charge was criminal damage. I also found out that he told the police the reason I reacted and smashed up his ukuleles was because I wanted to have sex with him and he rejected me, which is ridiculous, I have photographic evidence of him sending me his address over the top of a photo of him basically naked showing his private area. I have got to go to magistrates court on Wednesday. What is the likely outcome? Sorry if anyone thinks this is stupid 

Not to be rude, but why aren’t you discussing this situation with a lawyer? We aren’t legal experts, nor can we predict the future. You really need to speak to a lawyer.

Toni Pauze
Toni Pauze thanked Willie B. good's answer

Well it definitely isn't a good thing, no one wants to hang out with you if you're creepy, people will probably talk behind your back if you're creepy, you'll never get a boyfriend / girlfriend if you're too creepy, when it's all said and done you'll just be some creepy older dude living alone with … Read more

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Toni Pauze thanked YoWanna Cook's answer

Megan, don't let that inconsiderate nincompoop direct your thoughts into negative feelings towards yourself. You are beautiful. He was UGLY! Please do your mind and emotions a good deed and be kind to yourself. ☺

To answer your question, I always heard it does. And I usually look for darker colors myself... For the same thinking. … Read more