Can a spouse blackmail the other spouse?
is it illegal for a spouse to blackmail the other spouse
They isolate them from family and friends so that they think they don't have anyone to turn for help. They make them feel that they can't survive without them. They threaten them or someone they love if the spouse makes an effort to leave. They emotionally blackmail them by threatening suicide. They promise to change.
Blackmail carries a maximum custodial sentence of 14 years under section 21 of the Theft Act 1968. In order for an offence to constitute Blackmail, there must be a person making unwarranted demands with the expectation of gain and the victim must have been menaced in some way. In instances where 'Blackmail' cannot be proven, the Crown Prosecution Service may consider prosecuting for other offences such as 'harassment'.
It's not very sensible to blackmail your siblings (depending on the seriousness of the blackmail). Emotional blackmail can be very harsh and therefore could make you and your siblings drift apart or create a rift between you. However, if you must blackmail them, then it is best to find some information that they really don't want your parents to find out. Then you threaten to tell your parents the information unless they give you whatever…
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