My fiance's 70-something year old step

My fiance's 70-something year old step father tried to s**** me. I knew that he was being too nice to me all along, but I never knew how far he would take it. We work at the same company. He is the one that got me the great job that I have. I haven't told anyone except my fiance, and he doesn't want to do anything about it. He hasn't confronted him, he doesn't want to tell his mom because it will hurt he. The old b****** told me that if I meet him at a hotel on my lunch break, he will pay off my truck and co-sign for me to get a loan- (we have somedebt to pay off). He wrote it all in e-mails, so I have solid proof with his name on it. I e-mailed him and told him off, and now he acts like nothing has happened. He makes me sick. This is so insulting. I guess he thinks I am just that skanky. I am really close to my fiance's mom, and I feel like I am doing something terrible by not telling her. And then again, if I tell her, our relationship may not ever be the same. I am freaking out about this.

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  • First of all, do not tell the mother, it is not your place! But you need to re-evaluate the relationship you have with your fiance. This is probably a huge dilemma for him also, I mean it is his father. But, he should most definitely have your back on this one! Do not marry him if he does not love you enough to stand up for you!

  • stop being so insulted by it. He's had sexual feelings for you and it grosses you out, but you didn't do anything with him, and all he did was ask for it. Yea its gross but for some reason I think you should just express your anger and disgust to him and then drop it.

  • loose the fiance. do not marry someone who doesnt take this kind of thing seriously.

  • Trick keep your mouth shut. make the money as long as possible. But don't tell your mom n law because she will find out on her own and then you will be in the clear and he will be ousted. But stick to your morals. It's refreshing to hear that money doesn't rule everybody. Good luck

  • I say with the great job on your resume, find another company to work for.

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