I currently live with my fiance and he has his son every other week. His son is 3, and so has the wild imagination of a 3year old.
I have a benign tumor that I am currently receiving outpatient chemotherapy and radiation therapy to deal with. Because of it's location and the medication, I get sick on my stomach at times. My fiance's ex-wife said she wants to know exactly what is wrong with me because her 3year old said that I "ate too much and had to go to the hospital" all because we were honest when he asked where I had been during a recent surgery. We told him that I had to go to the hospital, and that was all. He got the "she ate too much" from a comment I had made weeks earlier to my fiance about thinking I had eaten too much while we were out eating because my stomach was hurting.
She takes everything that her 3year old says as "the gospel truth" and believes it to be fact. She told my fiance that she believes I have a mental issue because I "ate too much and went to the hospital."
I understand that she wants to look out for her son (or I would assume she does, all her actions tend to point more towards her looking out only for herself and her bank account). Her son is in no danger with me. If he was, myself and his father would make sure he was not.
I think she is just being nosey and wants to "be in control."
What do I legally have to tell her about my medical condition?
Thanks in advance.