Drunk daughter makes tragedy worse - The Denver Post | MCU Times

Drunk daughter makes tragedy worse – The Denver Post

Dear Amy: My husband recently died after being hit by a car while out walking. He left behind two children from two marriages.

My stepdaughter, “Belle,” is 34. My son “Hank” is 24 and on the autism spectrum. He lives at home and takes classes.

Belle is an aspiring actress who cares for the bar when she does not have a wealthy boyfriend to take care of her.

Belle’s mother, “Jodie” and I are very kind.

My husband was only in the hospital for two days. In their honor, Belle and Jodie drove for hours to see him. At the hospital, Belle was drunk and hysterical. This made a terrible situation worse.

At one point, Jodie told me that Belle had hit and pushed her to snatch the car keys from her.

Hank and I were dealing with this silly drama while my husband took his last breaths.

Hank has decided that his sister is “dangerous” and does not want anything to do with her. He said, “If she beats her mother, maybe she can beat us!”

I told Belle and Jodie via text message that the drinking was unacceptable.

Jodie sent me a private message saying I was rude and “kicked Belle when she was down.”

If this was a single time, I might be inclined to retire. However, Belle’s young adult life has been a series of fender benders and public drug quotes.

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