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  1. Constant false allegations

    Dear all, Without getting into all the details, which'll probably bore you to death, I wondered if anybody can help me with a problem I have. My husband and I are going through a messy divorce (started Jan 2017) and he's making countless false allegations against me and my family in order to build a case for custody of our children. We have two children and a jointly owned family home. Since Jan 2017 I have been living in my parents house. Believe it or not, my mum, dad and I have been arrested (released without charge) due to my husbands various lies. Just to give you a slight insight, below is an example of one of his lies that the Police acted on: 05.02.17 - We organised via solicitors for my mother to go to my house to collect a few of my personal belongings as my husband changed the locks plus I didn't want to see him. My mother was accompanied by a Police officer who was video recording, and my husband was also present. She collected a baby pram (for my 8-month old) and few toys etc. One week later my mum was arrested (and released without charge) for stealing the pram as my husband claimed it was stolen! I pleaded with the arresting officer that it was a baby pram for our 8-month old worth £50 and that I had the cash receipt located at my home, additionally it was taken under police witness and my husband was also present - he simply didn't care/believe me. It's got to the point where I'm actually scared about what other lies he's made up, and unfortunately the Police just seem to act on them. I have made a complaint to the Force (Met), however I don't think this will deter my husband from making up more lies. Is there anything I can do to stop his almost constant barrage of false accusations against me and my family?