Is this considered parental alienation?

Brittney - posted on 02/23/2015 ( 5 moms have responded )

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Before I start, I'm using my fiancees account to post this question. I was curious what you ladies had to say about it.
So my son lives with his mom. She lives with her bf. My son is nearly 2. My ex's bf left a voicemail yesterday going on about how I'm a horrible parent and he went on about how I only pretend to care for my son and I don't really care about him. Well in the background I could clearly hear my son making noises. Then this guys leaves another voicemail saying that my son's mom said all I care about is getting some p**** and I am worthless and all this other stuff. This time I still heard my son in the background. I told my ex that my son doesn't need to hear that stuff. She said he didn't hear it. I told her that I could hear him in the background. If I hear him in the background that must mean he is around her bf while he's leaving these voicemails. Literally the only thing she would say is "wrong". Would this be considered parental alienation or anything like that? They are purposely putting me down and allowing my son to hear it. I don't only care about getting some or anything like that. But my ex is mad that I won't date her so she frequently puts my fiancee down or has her bf leave messages putting me and my fiancee down.

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Cableangel - posted on 08/08/2017

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Not entirely true, you can comment parental alienation while your child is at the other parents custody. A phone call, statement, anything proven to destroy the character of the other parent. My husband wanted to put our dog down because it bit our 2 year old. We called stepdaughter mom to see if she wanted dog, told her daughter yes, then later yelled at my husband stating she didn't want dog. Then told daughter they get the dog when they move into new home. A lie to get on her daughter's side.

Cableangel - posted on 08/08/2017

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Not parental alienation, but save the voicemails. Harassment for sure. Custody is awarded to parent most willing to work with the other, this is not the case. Wait till she takes you back to court and play it. If you son stops being close to you or acts sick or scared, it may developed into alienation, or if this behavior is constant.

Brittney - posted on 02/25/2015

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I basically want to use this to show the judge that she's willing to allow someone to badmouth me in front of our child and that could harm his view on me. I do try to see him at least every other weekend. I don't want to come off like I'm only trying to get her in trouble. That's no what I'm doing. I'm just trying to make sure she doesn't make him think I don't care about him. I have a visitation schedule. Which allows me every other weekend for one overnight and one weekday for an overnight. I live 2 hours away so doing the weekday is harder to do. The weekend I do. She offers me extra time on days she know I work, then when I say that I can't because I'm working, she accuses me of not living my son. Or she has her bf call me and start saying he's gonna make my son call him dad and that I'm not a real father. I want to show the court that this can all be harmful to my relationship with my son.

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