My 17 year old daughter got caught trying to be a drug dealer. I'd like her out of my house.
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|Fri, 01-21-2011 - 2:48pm|
Two Sundays ago my 17 year old dependent daughter stole $500 from purses of the choir while at CHURCH.
The next day she used $140 of it to by buy drugs from a supplier (weed). She bagged it up for sale.
On Tuesday she took these bags to school (to sell). She put them in her locker. On the same day her locker was searched. Not only was weed found, but a travel coffee mug full of rum and a cigarette. She is suspended w/ recommendation for expulsion. It will certainly happen. Police are involved, the security department at church is involved. One lady is missing $300; if she presses charges its a felony.
A little history... My DD has stolen for as long as I remember. The first event that stands out was in 4th grade or so. She stole a classmates pen (apparently it was a special pen). My DD denied it and was pissed to even be accused (tears and the whole 9 yards). Half the class came forward as witnesses. Ultimately she confessed and turned over the pen. She showed no remorse and her apology was fake. Same pattern since then. It continues from there: $100's from my wallet over the years, jewelry (from our home), my credit card ($400 was charged), clothes, money from her grandmother (my mother), money from friend's homes she visits, shoplifting, other valuables, liquor, her sisters brand new Nintendo DS, a few cell phones (had to go to court for one), iPhones, etc. She has even stolen from church before (cell phone, iTouch and head phones). I have to lock all my stuff up as best as I can. I feel like a prisoner in my own home. I cannot toss my wallet on my dresser and walk away, even at night when I sleep. I have to walk around with it 24-7. She has stolen a bike from Target. I could go on and on. And each time she denies it, lies to you, and get's a very rude attitude for the accusation. Then eventually we find out the truth. She boo-hoo's and blames us for her acting out.
Anyway, I cannot have a thief and a drug dealer in my house I have two small children (2 and 7). Oh, and she uses (even in the house). My DD has been in some sort of drug treatment (even a day program) for 6 months. Various forms. She had a drug test last week which she failed. She skips school often and her grades suck. She has been in some form of therapy for 6 years.