So, daughter is at it again. Her fraud stuff caught up with her and she made a quick exit from Thailand to Nepal. Called me last night - last time I heard from her was on the internet when she made threats to kill me. Crying and pleading for me to send her $2,000 for a postoperative infection. She's had no problems since her surgery or on her recent flight. I refused her request. Told her that her "alcoholic, child-beating mother" was out of money. I also reminded her that she had money. She stated her GoFundMe accounts had been closed. I replied that she had a PayPal account that people were donating to. She breezed by that comment. She continued on her crying and begging for money for medical treatment. So, as a goodwill gesture, I told her I would contact Global Affairs Canada and have them interact with her and the Embassy in Nepal. I did that. Today, I received a call from Global Affairs. They have been in contact with daughter. She tells them the same story but will give no further consent for release of information to me. I told them I will not be paying for any medical care. They also will not cover medical expenses. They asked if they could arrange for a flight back to Canada for her. I said they could do as they please but that she wasn't coming back to live in our house. In fact, I told them that if her plane lands in our city, I will have her medical warrant for Involuntary Admission under the Mental Health Act ready and police at the airport to greet her. My question to you is: In your opinion, is the 48 to 72 hour involuntary admission going to do any good for a patient with cluster B personality traits (borderline personality disorder & histrionic personality disorder) or am I just wasting the court's time? I'm thinking that she will be able to fleece the docs and be out on the street in 48 hours.