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    I don't live with her anymore but visit her regularly. I got hit around the head by a drunk woman a few nights ago after she accussed me of taking pictures of her just because I got my tablet out my pocket.
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    You should at very least tell the police. You shouldn't have to accept being assaulted!
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    (Original post by Just a day)
    I don't live with her anymore but visit her regularly. I got hit around the head by a drunk woman a few nights ago after she accussed me of taking pictures of her just because I got my tablet out my pocket.
    If you want. Just bring it up in any of your conversations.
    You don't have to though. It's up to you.
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    (Original post by CTLevers)
    You should at very least tell the police. You shouldn't have to accept being assaulted!
    I already did.
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    It's up to you. I would tell my mum but that's just because I like telling her stuff in my life.
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    If you trust her then I would definitely recommend you do. Simply because in hindsight there are a lot more advantages to venting to someone rather than keeping it locked inside.
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