Mum logs every penny she’s spent on daughter and demands repayment of £10k10/11/2020
A nightmare mother has kept track of everything she’s spent on her daughter over the last ten years.
Now, she’s asking her daughter and her husband to pay her back to the tune of $14,000 (£10,729).
In an article by Kidspot.com.au, the woman’s son-in-law revealed his wife’s mum's terrible behaviour towards his bride.
He claimed that he had found a “seemingly endless” spreadsheet which detailed every penny the mum had spent on her daughter.
Payments included times she had bought her daughter clothes and dinners out and even medical bills.
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The list was dated as far back as 10 years.
The woman’s son-in-law now thinks she is a “narcissist” as only then would someone consider the list appropriate.
The American bloke said: “Everything has to be about her and how she benefits from every situation.”
Reportedly, the signs of his mum-in-law’s bad behaviour began early on in the relationship.
His then-girlfriend, now wife, said that her mother had complained about them spending “too much” time together.
The mum felt she wasn’t getting enough attention.
Her son-in-law said: “As it turned out she (my MIL) was – and still is – jealous of her daughter.
“I did have to deal with her constantly bad mouthing me at every opportunity and always behind my back.
“She’s constantly trying to get her opinion in in all aspects of my wife’s life – from how to raise our child to our relationship."
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Shockingly, the bloke said that his mother-in-law now expects him and his wife to pay back every pound she has spent on her daughter.
They are now paying back the woman’s £10,729 at a rate of $79 (£60) a month.
It will take them more than 16 years to repay her.
The bloke commented: “Honestly, I expect to be paying her the money until the day she dies.
“I’ve started jokingly calling the payment my ‘tithe to Satan’.
"But it’s really just like a bribe to keep someone with such a cold heart happy.”
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