Ok, not the real Woddy Allen, but someone very akin to him. My brother is arried and she has a daughter. They ave been together a while now, and because of something I said, we no longer see the wife, so he brings the step daughter to family functions he feels he should attend. When the three of them are together, there is normal banter between them. When the wife isn't around, however, EVERYONE has noticed how innapropriately they act together. He will tickle her and she hangs on him. She is 15 or 16, dresses and wears makeup like a hooker and looks much older. I never in my life would have suspected that my brother has even done anythign with this child, but his attitude towards her when they are without the mom is very very questionable. At first, only my mom and I noticed, but it seems, of late, the kids are all saying things about they way they act, hence the nick-name by one of my nephews of Woody Allen. Now, with that being said, and the history between myself and the no-more-see sister-in-law, should I say something to her? How should I approach it? History behind my brother (actually he's a step brother), his dad's family has a history of mental illness, that I think I have mentioned before. My little half-bro has it, and has manifested into schizophrenia. One of my nephwes was recently diagnosed with the same thing and was put on meds. Because this nephew works for my brother, he has convinced him to stop taking his meds because it slows him down at work. Now, my sister (also step) is furious, but because this nephew is 21, she can't force him to go back on them meds. My brother is a pure megalomaniac and narcistic. He only expects perfdection from those around him. His wife has gone from a single-wide to a double-wide (if you know what I mean) since they have been married and since Ihave not seen their interactions together in a while I can't tell if that has something to do with his now apparant affection for his step daughter. Fearing the wife wont listen to me or take me seriously and possibly ruin all our family relations, I want to bypass her and go to her parents, whom he seems to respect and listen to more than anyone else. Just at a loss for what to do.