Baby daddy cast dating
The Stones consist of loving homemaker Donna, her pediatrician husband Alex, and their children Mary and Jeff.Many situations arise like when they found a baby on their doorstep or take in...Because she describes him physically just departing to do drugs. "After months of failed rehab attempts, things & money being stolen, bill money being spent, & being threatened, I said goodbye." Good for her. I didn’t call to ask where he was or if he was okay, he wouldn’t have answered anyway…not until he was done getting high at least." That's a smart move.(She also strongly implies that her her children could have witnessed something like that, or perhaps even become Josh's next victims, had he been with her) To clarify, he was definitely arrested last month, because it turns out that nonconsensual strangulation is a crime. "But now in less than 2 weeks he has court and I’m so so scared he will be released & will try coming back here to my home." It sounds like O. Simpson being granted parole isn't the only incident of a nightmare of a human being who should probably remain behind bars."I know he needs help but he doesn’t want it." That's so common, unfortunately."I already have plans in place if he does, but it hurts my heart to think that me and the kids won’t be able to stay in our own house all because of him." It's good that she has a plan in place, but sad that she needs one.We really, really hope -- for the safety and happiness of Nikkole and her children -- that her plea reaches the court's ears.
"Cops were called, he went missing, he was found, taken to the hospital, refused treatment, came back to where he was staying, & strangled his family member until they passed out." Nikkole says that the family member in question is okay, but that she knows that it could just as easily have been her.
Unfortunately, she says that he eventually did come home and, finding that he was unable to get inside, threw a rock through the window and then climbed in, because that's a reasonable and also safe thing to do.
Nikkole says that she called the police but that, sadly, they did nothing.
(And let's not forget that, tragically, Nikkole Paulun is familiar with abuse, so she would know how to recognize these patterns) Inevitably in these situations, the good behavior goes away.
"Then one day, a switch would flick, & he would be gone." When she says "gone," she means that literally.