Boyfriend is playing victim card and blackmailing me
Boyfriend is playing the victim card and blackmailing me to shut my mouth and stop claiming marriage. My boyfriend promised me he will marry I said no cuz I have no control over my anger bt he said he will manage then he ask for physical just cuz he will marry I said yes bt after physical he started to fight in anger I call his mom lair he Break up with saying word then I met his parents they said they will marry when we get job bt my dad died so I talk to him but he ignored and indirectly refused to marry.
When we broke up in anger I created fake id nd tell his frnds that he is gay he have those screen shot nd threats me if I contact him he will defame me just cuz he promised me he will marry I said yes to physical nd he breaks up with out reason so in anger I created fake id bt now he blackmail me that it was with consent nd if file case he will defame me his father is police.
Relationship is of 1 yr and his age is 18 and the girl is 19. His parents saying he has mental issues and all he can't marry u at the time of relationship he don't have mental issues. Only time they marry he has that they are just playing the victim card. What should I do? I feel violated he obtained my consent by playing with my emotions but now he playing victim card I wanted to file case on him bt deu his father is police they trouble me lot nd defame how to win this case and put him behind bars.
You have committed a crime under the Information and Technology Act by making a fake ID. When you have committed a crime against your boyfriend hence, he has the right to initiate legal proceedings against you.
There is no blackmailing from your boyfriend. You have established a physical relationship because you have attained the age of majority. In this condition your boyfriend has not committed offence of rape.
Disseminating on the social media that your boyfriend is a gay is a serious offenece. Disseminating false sexual orientation in the public domain is an offence of defamation. It is better for you to compromise and settle this issue beyond the court.