When a woman and her husband bought her grandparents' house, they inherited a playground built by her grandfather. Parents from the neighborhood started using the playground, but things went awry when a child climbed onto the roof and fell. The woman put up a fence to protect herself from lawsuits, but when asked by her parents why she did it, she revealed the true reason and named the mother of the child who fell. Now the neighborhood is divided, and the woman wonders if she was too harsh. Was she the a**hole for telling the truth?
I Told the Truth about Why Kids Can't Play in My Yard. AITA?
Grandpa built a playground on empty lot next door ❤️🏠
A beloved childhood play area lost after family tragedy.
Keeping it in the family! Exciting news for this couple 🎉
Neighbors upset over playground use in my yard. AITA?
New neighbors with kids take over street, causing dilemma. 👶
Kid climbing 10ft playhouse, AITA for not allowing access?
Standing up for my property, am I the a**hole? 🤔
Child falls in my yard, I explain why kids can't play 🤷♂️
Neighbor threatens to sue over kid getting hurt in my yard 🤬
My honesty about my yard has made me an outcast.
Regretting honesty about yard safety. AITA for neighbor's son's punishment?
👀 Are they the A-hole for putting up a fence? 👀
A woman and her husband recently bought her grandparent's house, which had a playground built by her grandfather in the adjacent lot. The previous owners had let neighborhood kids play there, but after the new owners moved in, a child fell and the mother threatened to sue. The new owners put up a fence to protect themselves from potential lawsuits and informed the other parents of the incident. As a result, the mother who threatened to sue has been shunned by the other parents, and the new owners are wondering if they should have just put up the fence without telling anyone about the incident. Do you think they were in the wrong for putting up the fence and telling the other parents the reason why? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Protecting your property from potential lawsuits, NTA. 🚫👨👦👦
Protecting your property and telling the truth. NTA 🙌
Putting up a fence to avoid medical bills. NTA. 😡
Calling out entitled parents and preventing potential lawsuits. 🙅♂️
Protecting your peace is important. NTA. 👏
Protecting your property is important. NTA. 🏡
Avoiding lawsuits: A thoughtful decision. NTA. 👍
Being cautious is key 🔑 NTA made the right call.
Good call on the fence! 🏡👍
Explaining the situation and exposing bigotry. 👍
Commenter educates others on racist phrase used in discussion.
Your property, your rules. NTA for keeping kids out! 🙅♂️
Protect your property! 🏠 NTA for enforcing rules.
Legalities of owning a property and protecting yourself from lawsuits. 🤔
Eliminating liability: One homeowner's solution. NTA 👍
Protecting your property: NTA for keeping kids out 🏠
Protect your property with no trespassing signs. 🚫
Protecting yourself from litigation. 🛡️ NTA wins!
Protect your yard and your peace of mind with cameras 📹🚫
Protecting your property and children. NTA! 👏
Standing up for your boundaries while feeling empathy. 🙌
Commenter calls out racism in NTA post 👏👏
Being a responsible parent doesn't make you an a-hole 😌
When a kid's behavior is blamed on their parents. 😒
Safety first! 🚸 NTA for protecting yourself from potential lawsuits.
Can a sign protect you in the USA? 🤔
Respectful property owner protects investment, NTA 🏡
Contract up to play, stay safe and have fun 🤝👦👧
Protecting oneself from entitled parents. 🙅♀️👨👩👧👦
Protecting your interests doesn't make you a bad person 🤷♀️
Cultural differences in liability laws discussed in comments 🤔
Honesty is the best policy 🤥 NTA for speaking truthfully
Protecting your property in a litigious society 📹🚫
Protecting your property and yourself legally. NTA 👍
Protecting your property and being honest, NTA 🏡👍
Protecting your property and honesty prevails. 🛡️
Standing up for safety and responsibility 🙌
Racism in the comments. Not cool. 😡
Standing up against hate. NTA for shunning a slur user.
Lawyer advises to post a sign and get insurance ASAP. 💼
Your yard, your rules! 🌳🚫 NTA
Be careful, this entitled person may try to sue you 😬📹
Putting up a fence: Sad for the kids, but necessary 🤷
Respect for property rights 🙌
Set boundaries and keep the peace 🙌
Protect your yard from entitled people. 🚫🧒 NTA.
Protecting my property and family from lawsuit-happy people. NTA 🙅♂️🚫
Protecting your property and children from lawsuits. 👍
Protect your property and yourself, put up a fence 🚧🚫
Building relationships with non-sucky neighbors 🤝
Neighbor Witch risks safety of children, NTA to protect family. 💪
Setting boundaries is key 🔑 NTA
Being honest has consequences 🤷♀️
NTA for telling the truth, but be mindful of insults 🤐
Missed chance to talk to time traveler/vampire, cool insult though 🤷♂️
Respect the rules of private property 🚫👨👩👧👦
Protecting the neighborhood: One woman's actions caused a playground ban 🚫
Secure your property with signs and cameras to avoid liability. NTA.
Protecting your property and her child, NTA 🚧
Protecting your property and peace of mind with a fence 🏡
Selling the lot to the city for a playground 🤔🏞️ Great idea!
Unusual term usage but commenter is not at fault. NTA 🤔
Secure your yard! NTA recommends installing a security camera 📹
Empathetic OP refuses to enable entitled neighbor's behavior 🙌
Short and not so sweet NTA response 💥
Protect your property and your peace. NTA 🚫👶
Protect your property, protect your peace 🏠✌️
Protecting family, not a**hole. 👍