You would think at a certain point this woman would get the picture, right? Wrong!
This thread was posted to Reddit’s r/AmITheA**hole subreddit by u/LostConstruction492, who opened up about his Mom’s death when he was 6 years old. By the time he was 8, his new stepmother Ana was already trying to adopt him. The judge believed the Redditor when he said he did not want to be adopted. They tried again and again and again. 11 years later and she is still handing him adoption papers to try to formalize the process.
So what can the Redditor do in this situation? Some folks in the comments suggested he should change his last name to his late mother’s maiden name to really send a message. That’s one option, though we’re not sure how well that would go down with the rest of the family. Regardless, what does the Redditor owe them anyway? They are clearly not on his side here, especially his lame father who has been literally zero help. Our advice is for the Redditor to cut this woman out of his life as soon as he can. Keep scrolling below for the full post and the best/funniest comments!
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