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Being forced to write someone's college term papers. Should I turn her in?

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rozalinloveless0 cf

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Nov 20, 2013
Being forced to write someone's college term papers. Should I turn her in?I have a problem I was hoping someone could help me out with.
I worked for my sister managing apartment buildings; I was paid with free rent (Not as great as you think for the work). Things were going alright until one day she decided it was “my job” to write her college term papers. It was very clear that if I did not, she would throw me out in the street.
In order to buy time to move in with my parents, I wrote her a sabotaged paper. It was a “fact analysis,” and I wrote it without a single fact. It was all full of “fluff” and complete B.S. She turned it in. Just as I had planned, the professor rejected it and would not accept it all. She got no credit for it. On other occasions, I have made excuses not to do her homework for her.
She fired me conspicuously after I stopped “writing” papers for her.

I have everything in writing. She sent E-mails saying it was now my job to write her term papers. I gave her the sabotaged term paper via email. She expressed her dissatisfaction about how the professor didn’t accept it in an e-mail.
“Smoking Gun” anyone?
Question: Do I turn her in for this to the school?
My parents, who I am moving in with, are against this idea.

What do you think?
gregorpilloton0x s

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Nov 20, 2013
rozalinloveless0cf wrote:
Being forced to write someone's college term papers. Should I turn her in?I have a problem I was hoping someone could help me out with.
I worked for my sister managing apartment buildings; I was paid with free rent (Not as great as you think for the work). Things were going alright until one day she decided it was “my job” to write her college term papers. It was very clear that if I did not, she would throw me out in the street.
In order to buy time to move in with my parents, I wrote her a sabotaged paper. It was a “fact analysis,” and I wrote it without a single fact. It was all full of “fluff” and complete B.S. She turned it in. Just as I had planned, the professor rejected it and would not accept it all. She got no credit for it. On other occasions, I have made excuses not to do her homework for her.
She fired me conspicuously after I stopped “writing” papers for her.

I have everything in writing. She sent E-mails saying it was now my job to write her term papers. I gave her the sabotaged term paper via email. She expressed her dissatisfaction about how the professor didn’t accept it in an e-mail.
“Smoking Gun” anyone?
Question: Do I turn her in for this to the school?
My parents, who I am moving in with, are against this idea.

What do you think?.
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