Can you stop someone from Baker Acting me?

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Hello everyone! It’s Mark, and welcome back to our video newsletter.

In this video, I want to talk to you about me stopping somebody from Baker Acting you.

So we get a lot of calls from people who are concerned that they are going to get baker-acted. Either they’ve been baker-acted in the past and they’re afraid it’s going to happen again, or if they’ve never been baker-acted. A family member or a close friend is warning them that they will be baker-acted if they don’t get their act together.

They call me and ask, “Can you stop them from Baker acting me? Can you stop the police from coming around? Can you stop my loved one or a family member from going to the court and have me baker-acted?” Unfortunately, I cannot do that. Because in a built like a criminal case, it only takes two things to get you baker-acted. A finger, and someone to point it, that’s it.

Suppose somebody makes a phone call to law enforcement and says, “My loved one, my significant other, my friend is threatening to harm themselves.” In that case, there’s a very strong likelihood that you’re going to get baker-acted, and there’s nothing I can do to prevent that. If somebody calls me quick enough, I can make sure that you don’t get held any longer than you should be. Because unless there is a credible threat, meaning you are going to hurt yourself and there’s some evidence, just a phone call shouldn’t be enough. In theory, to get you baker-acted in reality, it is almost certainly going to be enough, and you’re going to get baker-acted.

So this is where I can help you. If you call me soon enough or if you have somebody willing to help you, I can help you get out of the facility. I can’t stop somebody from baker acting you, but I can help you get out.

With that said, take care of yourselves. Be well, and stay safe.

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