If a woman becomes an identity theft victim, does that give her the right to be mean and disrespectful towards the boss?

Of the very woman who stole her identity? Does that give her the right to take her frustration out on him?

She even threatens to call the police on her.

Update:

I meant "She even threatens to call the police on HIM."

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  • xyzzy
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago
    Best Answer

    There is no right to be mean and disrespectful to someone, nor is there a right that prevents someone from being mean and disrespectful A person can take out their frustrations on whomever they please, if it will do any good or not,

  • 4 weeks ago

    Yes, yes it does.

  • 4 weeks ago

    It depends upon whether the boss had any responsibility for the thief when she stole the identity. Like, was she at work when she did it, and was she using confidential information from the job ? Whatever, you are likely to get a better response if you try to complain without losing your temper. If the false identity was used illegally, then certainly call the police. Let them deal with it.

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