So now, the OP went to the AITA subreddit community to ask...
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The OP eventually went with her mom and paid for it with her card and asked for the $300 back
The OP didn’t worry about it a lot since she still had the previous $300 saved
The OP talked to them and her mom admitted to grabbing only $25 dollars
The OP covers 90% of their bills yet they still went above and beyond to steal from her
The OP doesn't know if she should let go as she's not sure if she's overreacting
Let's head into the comments and find out what other redditors thought about the story
The OP is not the AH for asking for her money back
This Redditor would take it as a perfect opportunity to cut them off
They do not see an issue with going into the OP's belongings without permission
The OP ought to know that she needs to stop giving money
The OP says it's not really a thing moving out young where she's from
The OP is just going to be drained every single time
From the story, one can already tell that the OP is being taken advantage of. It's downright evil to steal from someone who takes care of 90% of the house bills.
Redditors advised the OP to learn how to say NO, and we totally agree. She was declared not the AH, and you can drop your thoughts about this story in the comments below.
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