Let’s dig into the details
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A bit of background
OP described her grandmother as a psycho who has made their life a living hell
OP shared that they finally moved out when they were 20, but their grandmother kept requesting a spare key to their shared apartment
OP’s grandmother eventually stole to keys to that house and made herself a copy. Now she’s trying to steal the keys to OP’s new house
Here’s how the Reddit community reacted to the story:
“Bro, this is literally illegal.”
Stealing someone’s house keys is enough grounds for a restraining order
“Perhaps you can put a hook up by the door and hang a few old keys you don't use anymore on it.“
“Good call at keeping your keys stashed, but why is she even allowed in your home anyway?“
This is a smart idea. If you’ve got a similar problem, you can try this out
“Tell her she's not allowed at your house. Make sure the neighbors know she's not allowed.“
The Reddit community has slammed OP’s grandmother for being a menace to their life. It wasn’t their fault that they were born out of wedlock, so it’s unfair to harbor such hate for an innocent child.
In addition, the commenters have pointed out that what their grandmother did is a criminal offense, which OP should have made her account for. Redditors just can’t understand why, after everything, they still allow their grandmother into their space.
How would you handle such an overbearing family member if you had one in your life? Tell us in the comments.