posted on Dec, 27 2018 @ 05:12 AM
Well, this whole thing is just weird enough that, if it were me, I would just have to find out what was going on!
I wouldn't let it drop until I at least understood if it was:
a.) Just a scammer call
b.) Someone who had a wrong number / was confused
c.) Someone who truly believed what they were alleging
This, because people do some BAT-S#-CRAZY stuff when spousal fidelity issues are involved, and letting them fester is never a good thing!
The first thing I would do is, now that a couple days have passed, I would call the number who called you and tell whomever answered that someone
called/texted me from this number, alleging what they did, and ask them if they knew anything about it. If they acted oblivious, I would forward the
texts and pictures to them as proof. If they still acted oblivious, I'd probably tell them not to call again and block the number. Again, this is
just me, but I would probably also report the incident to the local Sheriff just as a safety measure. I would show them the texts and the pictures
If someone whom you don't know accuses you of something and demands to meet you in person somewhere it is a "threat", not a threat of violence per se,
but still a threat. If you wind up having to 'ventilate' this dude out of self-defense at some point down the road it's better to have a paper trail
of what led up to it.