Okay, I have a fuck you and a genuine plea for advice. First of all, FUCK WIFE BEATERS. A creep I went to high school with beat his wife in front of his young daughter and got slapped with a felony charge of assault/battery/child endangerment, and has an order of protection now. He's subsequently trying to reach out to all of her friends to get info on her, including me, because he's a control freak and can't deal with not having her under his thumb. That goes against the protection order so I screenshotted his message and sent it to her as evidence, which she has already begun compiling to bolster her impending divorce. Thing is, I am really REALLY fucking scared for her. He was friendly yet subtly terrifying during high school. Very unhinged, saying weird shit about werewolves, vampires, black magic, devil worship, and even went so far as to get huge scars across his chest that looked like slash marks from a werewolf. No idea if they were self-inflicted. He once commented on a necklace my ex gave me, asking "what's the key for?" and I said "oh it's a bit cheesey, it's the key to my heart." He replied "there's a better way to get to your heart... some C4." and his demeanor really didn't insinuate that it was a joke in any shape or form. More like he was stating a fact. It was fucking creepy. He also was always under the thumb of a school psychologist because he would scare the teachers and his classmates with disturbing doodles. He also had a collection of knives, ninja stars, you name it. Not a good combo for someone who isn't exactly right in the head. Either way, in college I saw he got married according to FB, and decided to friend his wife for shits and giggles. (I was young and stupid) It was definitely a lesson in humility for me because she actually turned out to be an extremely nice person, but grew up adopted in a semi-abusive household. We ended up being actual online friends. Now that this has all happened, I'm really worried that he is going to try to hurt her. I'm scared that the people handling the case won't take this seriously enough. So... the question is, should I call the Department of Family Services (which is primarily handling the case) and give them all of this info from his high school years, and tell them that he really needs a psych evaluation? I really really don't want her to get hurt or even killed... or even worse, her daughter hurt or killed in a "if I can't have custody, nobody will have her" sort of scenario.