I was diagnosed with Asperger's in my early teens (along with several other mental disorders including Bipolar Disorder and ADHD). One of the key traits of Aspergers is that you become really attached to one person. This was my case.
In c. 2011 I met a lady in my hometown who was a waitress. She learned about my Asperger's very early on and from then on we were extremely close friends. Shared every detail of our lives with each other.
But in 2013, I asked her to move into the apartment complex I was living in since I was going through a really tough time in my life and needed someone there to help me, and to help me stay on my medications. This is a key part of this. She was there as a caregiver.
The terms were simple, I would pay her rent (which was pretty cheap) and she would in turn take care of me and help me. Well I paid her rent, but she never gave me my medications. She would intentionally deprive me of my medications so that I would lose touch with reality and be vulnerable to exploitation.
She ended up getting my social security number during my altered mental state and extreme dependence on her. Granted I gave it to her, I was not in the right state of mind. She ended up opening several accounts with my social security number and putting me in extreme debt.
During this entire time she was supposed to be giving me food to live off of out of her paycheck. After paying my bills and her rent I was left with almost $11.00 in my bank account. That was why she had to buy me food.
Within two months of moving in and taking me off my medications and taking my social security number, she moved her boyfriend into the apartment I was paying for and he quit his job the very day he moved in. What's more, she stopped giving me food, I was literally being starved to death because I was off my medications and was not in my right state of mind to say, "This relationship is extremely damaging to you, you need to leave". I was so detached from reality I was calling this 22 year old caregiver my mom and I genuinely believed she was my mother. (edit: I was 20 at the time)
One night I was extremely suicidal, and went to her for help. What does she do? "I am sleeping Clayton!! If you are so fucking serious about committing suicide, fucking do it already!!" That night I attempted suicide. I woke up a couple days later in the ER, and was subsequently admitted into mental health treatment.
After receiving the care I needed I cut ties with her. The exact day I told her I was no longer paying her rent, she moved out within 24 hours and took a ton of my stuff with her.
I found out about the fake accounts a few months later after moving. I moved so I would not be reminded of her every time I walked out my front door. I filed a police report with the police department to have her investigated for identity theft, fraud, and obtaining property by false pretense. The day the detective contacted her about the fraud, she filed a restraining order against me alleging I wanted the tattoo I bought her removed (which I had not even remembered buying) and that I was stalking her. She alleged in the restraining order that while she was "caring" for me I attempted suicide because "[she] did not have time for [me]." She also alleged several other fake allegations against me.
The district attorney never filed any charges against her. So now I am over $20,000 in debt because of the fake accounts, and I cannot do anything to erase the debt because she was never formally charged. The DA told me that because I gave her my social security number it was not identity theft, and that they did not want to prosecute her for fraud.
public proof (willy and clayton are both me, just on a new account I created during this time)
EDIT: I am going to go to bed, I will answer all questions when I wake up. Good night Voat!