What do you do when you're 99% sure DH is lying to you?
This is getting to be such a constant thing, I question myself as to whether/how anyone can actively lie THAT MUCH.
DH just informed me that SD18 gave him her old cell phone (iphone). I asked why. DH has a phone, SD's is less than two years old and, I'm assuming, nothing is wrong with it. And SD18 is so money hungry, no way she'd give it away for free. DH says SD18's contract is up and she could get a new phone for free.
But here's the kicker. I was checking DH's texts and found one where he told SD18 he'd pay her $50 for her old phone.
Now DH is saying SD18 gave it to him for free. He didn't pay her anything (he says). That text has since been erased, and I'm reluctant to reference it because checking those texts is the only way I know what is going on (like checking this morning and finding a text from SD18 telling DH to buy her a pair of pants ($44) and a shirt ($34).
I'm tempted to tell him "I know you're lying" and see what he says. It has worked in the past. But I am so tired of playing detective and "uncovering" these lies, only to have him excuse them away.
(Don't even get me started on the fact that SD18 obtained this iphone by getting in a fight with BM when she was 17 and moving out of the house into grandma's house. SD18 already had a phone and BM had taken it away as punishment (very rare) for bad behavior. Grandma wanted to get SD18 on "her side" and SD18 told her the price was an iphone.)