Lawyer vs. Child: The Unexpected Courtroom Drama in the Living Room! 😲👠👩‍⚖️

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Picture this: a lawyer, a courtroom, and a case of...babysitting gone wrong? 😲👩‍⚖️👧 That's right, folks! Our story today revolves around a lawyer who was asked to babysit her neighbor's 11-year-old daughter, Rhea. The lawyer, let's call her 'Justice Jane', had a crucial virtual court hearing that day. She was assured by Rhea's parents they would be back in time. But what happens when promises are broken, and a child is left to her own devices? Let's dive into this unexpected drama...🎭

A Simple Request 🏠👧

jointfamily | jointfamily

The Promise and the Deadline ⏰🤝

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The Unexpected Delay ⏳📞

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The Virtual Courtroom 🖥️⚖️

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The Unexpected Surprise! 😲💄

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The Damage Report 💔👠

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The Parents Return 🚗🏠

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The Confrontation 😡⚖️

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The Unexpected Reaction 😠👨

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The Counter Argument 🗣️⚖️

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The Legal Threat 💼⚖️

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The Neighborhood Drama 🏘️🗣️

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The Apology and the Resolution 🙏💔

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The Final Decision 🚫👧

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The Unexpected Verdict of the Living Room Courtroom! 👩‍⚖️🏠

In this unexpected living room courtroom drama, Justice Jane found herself torn between her professional commitments and an impromptu babysitting job. When Rhea's parents failed to return on time, a virtual court hearing and a curious 11-year-old led to a wardrobe disaster. The confrontation that followed saw accusations, threats, and a neighborhood divided. But in a surprising twist, an apology and a home-cooked meal brought a resolution to this unusual case. The final verdict? No more babysitting for Justice Jane! 😅👩‍⚖️

NTA. An 11 year old should know better, but were they late?

widefeetwelcome | widefeetwelcome

NTA: Babysitting at 11, but is this child poorly parented? 🤔

LadyCass79 | LadyCass79

"NTA. Neighbors' kid damaged your stuff, they won't pay. Frustrating! 😔"

desert_red_head | desert_red_head

Virtual courtroom drama: OP clarifies they didn't leave the child.

aquara_themermaid | aquara_themermaid

NTA: Child's age is old enough to know better. Lockdown concerns.

AuntyErrma | AuntyErrma

"NTA. Demand payment for damaged stuff. Never help them again."

Small-Jellyfish-2591 | Small-Jellyfish-2591

Virtual hearing saves the day! Netflix to the rescue! 😲🎙👠

aquara_themermaid | aquara_themermaid

NTA. Girl ruins personal items, no legal action, won't babysit again.

PaganWolfUK | PaganWolfUK

"NTA. My 11-year-old is appalled. He regularly supervises himself. 😲👠👩‍⚖️"

SuzanneStudies | SuzanneStudies

NTA: They should have told you about their child's needs 😔

Disastrous-Current-6 | Disastrous-Current-6

11-year-old destroys things despite clear instructions. NTA.

Ssshushpup23 | Ssshushpup23

Extracting maximum compensation for broken agreement. No remorse. NTA!

jmgolden33 | jmgolden33

Engaging comment and replies about a child's behavior and needs

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11-year-old left alone, misbehaved. NTA, bill her parents! 😲

[deleted] | [deleted]

NTA! Parents should pay for damage. 👏🏼

FOCOmac | FOCOmac

Late parents, broken stuff - NTA wins the courtroom drama! 😲

asiantorontonian88 | asiantorontonian88

NTA - Parents pressed charges, but you gave them clear time ⏰

Both-Mud-4362 | Both-Mud-4362

NTA: Lawyer dealing with unreliable troublemakers and reputation concerns. 😲

krlrk | krlrk

NTA: The child's behavior may be due to parental spoiling 😲

Magsnohlia | Magsnohlia

11-year-old vs. Lawyer: Who's the real courtroom mastermind? 🤔

ElyjaGamingYT | ElyjaGamingYT

NTA. Parenting woes: spoiled child or medical/emotional problems? Lawyer up! 👠

eugenesnewdream | eugenesnewdream

🏡 Unexpected situation: Leaving her at my house without a plan!

beaconbay | beaconbay

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