Two sisters claim they were falsely accused by their mother of having an affair with her brother, and that they were told to get a restraining order to stop her from having sex with him.
The Hill, an organization dedicated to bringing to light the problems with family law, has obtained the 911 call recordings of the incident.
In the call, made during a December 2012 incident, the women say their mother told them that she was pregnant with their son’s child, according to the lawsuit.
But they claim the pregnancy never happened.
Instead, the woman told them she was molesting them, and the sisters allege their mother then began telling them to get their restraining order, which they believed would protect them from her.
According to the suit, the sisters say the mother told the sisters to get the restraining order “because I had an affair.”
“She said, ‘You know, I’m not going to have sex with your brother, you know,’ ” the sisters told The Hill in the 911 recording.
“And she said that she had to get your restraining order because I had been having an incestuous relationship with him.”
“And I said, and I said that was all I was saying, and she said, oh, well, I didn’t tell you that was going to happen, so it’s not my fault.
And I said I didn, and it’s okay.
And then she said ‘I have to get this out, I have to say this, it’s my fault,'” the sisters said.
They said the mother continued to tell them that “I was going on a date with another man,” and that she “had a baby.”
“I said, well this is so unfair, you have an affair.
You’re just trying to manipulate me.
And she said you know, you’re just making me angry because you know you’re doing it to get away with it, so you can’t trust me,” they said.”
And then she started telling us that she is not a virgin, and if we go to a doctor, she will give us pills, and we’ll take them,” the sisters continued.
“But I’m like, why are you telling us this?
And she says she just needs to see you, and then I just shut her up,” they added.
The lawsuit claims the mothers “believe that she told them, ‘We have to tell you something.
This is not going in the wrong direction.'”
According to a spokesperson for the Department of Justice, the lawsuit “appears to be motivated by political or social animus, as opposed to the merits of the matter.”
The DOJ has not yet responded to The Hill’s request for comment.
The women are seeking unspecified damages, attorney fees and unspecified punitive damages.