He’s Just Not That Into You

The Houston Chronicle: Woman Accused of Calling Ex 1,001 Times

Sometimes, folks, he (or she) is just not that into you.

In the span of 24 hours, she allegedly called her ex-lover 146 times.

Police said she shattered several of the windows of his west Houston home, first with a tire iron, and then with a 5-foot sword.

She is accused of egging his house on several occasions, and posting pictures of herself bragging about it on her Facebook page.

Main, 62, did not respond to a voicemail or an email seeking comment. Main told police officers he dated Silvey briefly in 2009 and has been reluctant to file charges against her because “he is afraid of angering (her) further.”

Main told police that Silvey called him 1,001 times and sent him 712 emails over a span of less than three months, starting in mid-June. One day in August, she allegedly called him 146 times, investigators said.

While the protagonist and antagonist in the linked story above were merely lovers and were neither married nor parents of the same child, it goes without saying that divorce and child custody matters are highly emotional matters and, on occasion, emotions definitely can get the better of all of us.  Thankfully, in cases like the one in the linked story above, the Family Court in South Carolina provides spouses and former spouses with protection against the kind of harassment in the Houston Chronicle piece.

Come speak with us at The LaMantia Law Firm. We will be happy to discuss your options with you. Call us anytime — just try to keep the number of phone calls under 1,000 if at all possible.