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16 people share stories of the times they 'ruined' someone's life.

16 people share stories of the times they 'ruined' someone's life.

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Changing someone's life for the better is an amazing and memorable moment, but having a part in someone's downfall (whether it was accidental or intentional) is difficult.

A split-second can change someone's life dramatically even if you don't believe in fate or star maps. That's why it's incredibly important to always make safe choices, and think critically about how your behavior impacts other people. Getting someone fired or shedding light on someone's secrets or past experiences could open up a world of conflict for them.

So, when a Reddit user asked, "Redditors who have completely ruined somebody's life (intentionally or by accident, whether they deserved it or not), what happened and why did you do it?" people were ready to share.

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My girlfriend was subletting a "social housing" apartment on AirBnB for the weekends she was staying with me or traveling. The housing association found out through nosey neighbors and took the original tenant to court, he faces losing the flat and a €9000 fine.- tttulio

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