The Internet supports the woman, the police summoned the family of her boyfriend for trespassing

A post went viral on social media after the internet defended a woman for threatening to call the police about the family of her boyfriend who moved into her “vacation house” without permission.

It was moved to Reddit’s “AmITheA**hole” forum, where a woman wanted the AITA community’s opinion if she would be considered a piercing** if she contacted the authorities to evict the family. The post contains 15,000 upvotes and 2,000 comments.

The 28-year-old Reddit user explained that she inherited a vacation home after her grandmother’s death. She also said it’s a 5 hour drive from where she lives, so she doesn’t stay there often. However, she has a security system in place so she can know if someone is on her property. She keeps the house key with all her other keys that she and her boyfriend share.

The original poster (OP) had a boyfriend’s brother and wife. They have four children who live together in a small two-bedroom apartment. They tackled the topic of the holiday home and how great it was for his family.

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A Redditor asked the “AmITheA **hole” community if it would be considered a loophole** if she called the police about her boyfriend’s family for trespassing. / Getty Images Plus

She wrote: “My exact reply was: ‘Yes, but I won’t let you live there like that. “It was quiet after that and his wife started to collect their children and their things, and they left after about 10 minutes. My friend didn’t say anything to me about the conversation, however I feel bad about my response because I know them really need the space.”

Days later, when she realized her boyfriend had gone to work, she noticed that the keys to the vacation home were missing. I called in confusion until he answered, explaining that he had taken the keys with him by mistake.

Later that day, she received a notification from the vacation home’s security camera where she found her boyfriend moving his brother and family home.

OP reacted out of anger when he came home.

“I started screaming at him and asking him why the hell he moved a family into my house without my permission,” she wrote. “He tried to justify it by saying he ‘had to help his family’, it frankly made me even more angry.”

She threatened to call the police to have them deal with the situation, which resulted in the couple not speaking to each other.

In an edit, Reddit user added that she Act He called the police and they came to her house to return the keys. After refusing to leave at first, they finally left. Then she admitted that she broke up with her boyfriend.

She wrote: “My ex-boyfriend, brother and niece blew up my phone wondering why the hell was I putting them and their kids through this, I blocked them all.”

Other Reddit users are flooding the comments section with their thoughts.

“Call the police now” u/Pretend_Panda received the highest comment with over 17,000 upvotes. “Don’t procrastinate out of confusion and out of misplaced kindness anymore. This is a bad situation and the longer you delay it, the more complicated and difficult it becomes.”

They continued, “These are people who have made conscious decisions to deceive you and steal from you. You cannot trust them to act reasonably or predictably. You need to get them off your property, change the locks and follow any legal action available to you to ensure that they are panicked enough that they are not likely to They risk doing something that stupid again.”

U/bluemewrobin offered advice that might be helpful, adding, “If they continue to refuse to leave, start getting a temporary possession order (IPO) now and call a lawyer and police. Also, visit the property and change all the locks because they may have made master copies already. “.