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Coronavirus has made financial abuse more common, experts say. Here’s what to do about it – ABC News

For the five years Rosie* and her ex were together, she had no control over the family finances.
“I had to account for any money I ever spent and would regularly get berated and interrogated,” she said.
It started when she first moved in and he took control of her income.
“Within days of moving in with him, he insisted I shut down my bank accounts and have a shared account with him,” she said.
And it got worse when she became pregnant with their first child.
“He would check our bank account…

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