– Furthermore, Azuka I told you several times about my faults in the whole incidence. I told you I broke things in his house as a response to the violence I faced.
So why would you try and use that against me as if I did not openly admit and repent about it.
I became tired of all this and I admit I was no angel throughout our relationship. I took beatings off my boyfriend at the age of 14, he would kick me on the floor, punch me in the face, he even broke my fingers.
But yet I stuck up for him after each one thinking he would change, but he never did.
I finally succumbed to it because I felt that my story would help other women who faced the same issue of domestic violence. – Secondly, One of your staff suggested that I cover the scar on my leg.
I told you that i was okay with the scar showing because it came as a result of domestic violence.
According to the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), immigrant women who are experiencing domestic violence — and are married to abusers who are US Citizens or Legal Permanent Residents — may qualify to self-petition for legal status under VAWA.
As an innocent 13 year old, Becky never imagined she would become involved in teen domestic violence - that, surely, only affected older, married women?
She posted a series of photos of her Instagram detailing what really happened, including screenshots of chats she had with Azuka, with the caption: Firstly Azuka You lured me into this interview.
You used someone I respect a lot to convince me to talk about the marriage incidences.
A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship, planning to leave, or after you leave.