• vera vera
    March 07, 2009
    can a person with bipolar falsely accuse someone of something they did not do?
    vera vera
    March 07, 2009

    my kids father is being accused of rape on a family friend.she is bipolar and she has not been takig her medication, instead all she does is street drugs and alcohol.she has black out before in the past. i'm not sure if she has recently.when she first accused him about 9 months ago she said she wasn't sure he did it he told her he did.now she saying he did do it and she knows he did.he says she came on to him he turned her down.but she always had a crush on him but never persued it because of me i guess.i believe him.i just need answers,could it be her bipolar disorder and her using drugs like exstacy,and pcp and the alcohol?

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  • knowthyself March 09, 2009
    knowthyself
    March 07, 2009

    Anybody may accuse or falsely accuse another person of something they did not do and believe it.  The acusation does not have to be compounded by the diagnosis of a mental illness and or use of illicit drugs or alcohol, though any one of these may contribute to delusions, which may account for the accusers belief in the event.

     

    I cannot say the event happened or not.  One must consider all the evidence and mitigating factors without predjudice.  This is why there are courts with an impartial body of jurists.

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  • jefinerj March 26, 2009
    jefinerj
    March 07, 2009

    YES! A FAMILY MEMBER DISTORTS MANY OF HER CHILDHOOD MEMORIES. fALSELY ACCUSING PEOPLE OF LYING TO HER AND ABOUT HER, BLAMES EVERYONE ELSE FOR HER TERRIBLE LIFE, BUT, NEVER HERSELF.

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