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6 minutes ago, Curt1591 said:

Maybe screw up the application and get her deported. Can't do squat from Thailand.

If she's smart she will have already reported 'domestic violence' to the local police.

They will believe her (they always do), and will keep the report secret for her to use as 'evidence' in the future.

Victims of domestic violence are rarely deported.

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12 hours ago, CLS said:

Not sure if I should reply. Now I do it anyhow.

It’s a disease called psychopathy. Especially spread over large parts of Isaan. Google it. There are studies on this subject.



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May be bipolar disorder. I'm sure my wife suffered from it.

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12 hours ago, Glorfindal said:

Thanks for replying ... she is from South Thailand, and actually from a very well to do family. Seriously nice people. She is very much the black sheep of the family.

Is your marriage registered in the UK? If not, IMO you need only get her out by not applying for her to remain. Far as the fake abuse goes, gather evidence of her behaviour while you can.

If you did register the marriage in the UK, I can only sympathise.

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I don't know what to say other than sorry.  I went through a similar nightmare with a hong kong bar girl about nine years ago.  I would just lawyer up at this point and cut your losses.  Things will not get better, they will get worse.  This next comment may take you as a surprise, but if you're catholic and intend on marrying again, you may be able to get this marriage annulled in the church as fraudulent.  Not meant to be a religions statement, just trying to help out as best I can.  Best of luck. 

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1 hour ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Horrible isn't it? The lovely woman you wanted to live the rest of your life with becomes the hag from hell. Happened to me. Had to leave Thailand. Ruined my life.

The only thing that ruins it all is if you run out of money. It is pretty easy these days to divorce a Thai wife and find a new girlfriend and never marry again. Certainly a buyers market. 

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14 hours ago, SteveK said:

If I understand correctly, you are still in the UK and she is blackmailing you into supporting her next visa application. You have two choices, go to the police immediately, or gather more covert evidence to cement your position, and then go to the police with the intention of having her deported.

 

In the case of a domestic dispute, the UK police don't always make the correct decision, and usually assume that the female is the one being abused. Therefore, gaining some very candid proof of how she behaves at home would make sure that you don't get screwed over by her lying at the police station.

 

Horrible situation, I hope you can sort it out. Was she always like this or only after you got married?

Unless he has been stabbed 27 times in the eye with a rusty spoon there is zero chance the UK police will give a rats arse !

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16 hours ago, Glorfindal said:

Thanks for replying ... she is from South Thailand, and actually from a very well to do family. Seriously nice people. She is very much the black sheep of the family.

black sheep.... aren't you the lucky one

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You're getting a lot of support and advice here.

 

The courts are not as stupid as you may have been led to believe they are. But in the meantime gather up all the evidence that you possibly can.

 

In a round about way let the court know you married a Thai prostitute who is trying to take you for a ride and see what transpires. They deal with these cases on a regular basis. 

 

Often it's Polish or Romanian tarts marrying Pakistanis for citizenship and benefits.

 

Support Brexit.

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I had 20 years exp in thailand and over the years knew 100's of flangs in relationships.  I couldnt use all the fingers of one hand to recall any successful relationships. The tripping point was invariably about money - your money

 

Bringing a tilak to the UK - officialdom will try hard to dissuade you for very good reasons - the success rate is<1%  and the grief rate  from fall out is disproportionately large

 

As one poster above pointed out, dont overlook the fact that there is a significant underworld mafia here thanks to mobile phones

 

From her behaviour she sounds autistic to me - that is an incurable nightmare in any culture

 

Chang Noi

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been there, done that, walked out.

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