Mitsuki parents have been forced to deal with the shock of their child’s refusal to let them leave the house after a series of incidents.
The incident took place on the afternoon of Sunday, September 30, when a 15-year-old boy refused to let Mitsuki mother Mitsuki leave her house.
Mitsuki was the only person in the home at the time, and had to get her son out of the house and into a police car.
The boy was detained for several hours and was subsequently charged with disorderly conduct.
“When I called Mitsuki and explained what was happening, she was very upset,” said Mitsuki’s mother Mitsuku.
“I asked her what happened, and she said that the boy had refused to come inside, and that it was a sign that something was wrong.”
“I think my son would have been happy to stay home, but he didn’t want to go home.
I think he just wanted to stay in school,” said her son, Kana.
“He would have liked to go to school, but now that he is here he doesn’t want anything to do with school.
It’s just not normal.”
On Monday, September 31, the family received a call from Mitsuki informing them that her son was arrested.
Police are currently investigating Mitsuki for her son’s refusal.
“It’s heartbreaking that he did that, but at the same time, it’s understandable that he’s upset,” Mitsuki said.
It just hurts so much.” “
We didn’t think he would say anything like that.
It just hurts so much.”
The Mitsuki family, who have lived together in the same house for four years, have been told to seek support from the local police.
“There are no words to describe how upsetting it is,” said Kana, her husband.
“They have done this to us because we refuse to let our children go to the school,” she said.
“It’s the worst feeling.
It feels like we are being held hostage,” said the Mitsuki parents.
“Now we are all alone in our house.
We are going to try and find some other place to stay until we get help.”
A spokesperson for the local authority said that they are looking into the matter and are in the process of contacting Mitsuki to try to find a suitable alternative accommodation.
Mitsuki’s father said that she had told them she was staying at home with her family to help her cope with the traumatic events of the weekend.
“She said that this is what we should do.
We need to do something, we need to find somewhere to stay, and we need a safe place to go,” she added.
Kana said that he has not spoken to his wife since she left her house on Monday, but said that Mitsuki is “very supportive”.
“Mitsuko has been the first person to help me through this, and her family has been very supportive.
She was crying as she told me about the incident,” he said.
The Mitsuku family are also looking into how Mitsuki came to be in the police custody.
“What’s happening to her is so traumatic.
I’m afraid that she might be in hospital for a long time,” said his wife, Kuki.
The incident happened at about 5pm, just as the family was getting ready for the day, with Mitsuki, who was in her late teens, standing outside the Mitsukis’ house and asking to be let in.
When Mitsuki refused, Mitsuki took her son into the back yard to her house and locked the front door.
“Mitsuka took her baby and locked it in the back,” said Mr Kana to ABC Radio Melbourne.
“After that, Mitsuko ran outside, and it was just unbelievable.
She just couldn’t take it any more.”
“She ran away and was just sitting there, crying, and crying, crying.
I was so worried for her,” said Ms Mitsuki.
“As soon as I got home, I saw my husband and said, ‘Is something wrong?
Is something wrong?’
She was really scared.
I said, I don’t know, but I just think that maybe she should stay with us,” she explained.
“At that point, I told her to call her father.
She told me to call him, but she didn’t understand.”
The police told the family that Mitsukes behaviour was “unacceptable” and that they would be seeking an arrest warrant for her from the Melbourne Magistrates Court.
Ms Mitsuki told the ABC that her family had not spoken about the situation with the police, and said that while the Mitsuku’s home had been locked, the Mitsuke’s children were allowed to stay at home.
“My family doesn’t really talk about it, but we have not spoken with the officers, and if they had, we wouldn’t be allowed to