She Took Her Date To Court Because He Threatened To Slander Her Name And Show Up At Her House When She Didn’t Respond To His Text Messages Quick Enough

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It’s best to keep personal information regarding your home address private on a first date to protect yourself from potential harm.

You just never know what someone might do, even if they seem like they’ve got a good head on their shoulders.

TikToker @vanventuredogs quickly learned her lesson about not giving out her address to strangers after her date made threats against her for not immediately replying to his text messages. Ultimately, she took him to court, where he had to deal with the consequences of his actions.

So, she matched with a dental student on a dating app. He lived in the city that she was about to move to and was coincidentally from Pittsburgh, the city that she currently lived in. She thought it was a sign from the universe, so she decided to keep talking to him.

She found out that he actually used to live on the same street in Pittsburgh that she lived on. For their first date, he picked her up at her house, and then they went to the park. They hung out, ate fruit, and had a fun time with each other.

Afterward, he dropped her back off at her place. A couple of days later, he sent her a text message asking if she wanted to hang out again when he was back in Pittsburgh. She agreed, so he texted her once he was back in town.

However, she was at work, so she didn’t see the notification. At her job, the manager was really strict about not having phones out.

After a couple of hours with no response from her, he changed his tune, saying that it seemed like she didn’t want to hang out with him anymore.

When she finally checked her phone, she told him that she was at work and would be done by 11 PM.

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