Ineedhelp! wrote:I know ok, i'm just terrified and scared so please forgive me. I have never gotten in trouble in my life so i'm a little new to how to react. We are separated right now and i have already called lsac and they said i should be getting a letter until then, theres nothing they can do i was told. I just needed someone to vent to. None of my friends are going to law school and i dont feel like explaining it all to them, inlcuding who or what lsac is so thats why i turned to the last place i wanted.
She has separated from him but won't talk to her friends about it? Seriously, this does not mesh. Any conversation about the separation is going to involve "OMG why?".
if she has a very possessive husband, then odds are, she hasn't been able to stay very close with her besties over the last couple years. her husband has probably conditioned her with shame and guilt for confiding in anyone other than him, likely because he is too insecure to accept her confiding in others and sees them as a threat to her loyalty to him. he probably also fears that she would confide in others about his possessiveness, so shuts it down by manipulating her into burning bridges with her former friends. that's how these things work. she's on an internet forum because it's the place she feels safest to discuss this right now. i would call it a flame if it weren't for the fact that, people really do insane stuff like this. if you've ever been in a relationship like this, you could clearly see that it really does "mesh".
to OP, see if you can have any charges brought against him on this (idk, telecommunications harrasment, mail fraud, identity theft? whatever sticks). if you have a police report and file charges, and he is found guilty of doing what you say he has done, then i think lsac could be inclined to clear your name. purely speculative. but i guarantee you are getting nowhere with lsac without some kind of "authoritative" proof that it was not you lying to these schools, such as him being found guilty in some criminal or civil proceeding related to this. that's really your only option if you ever want to get into a good law school.