In general, I agree with the Massimo’s and Sascha’s answers that such questions should stay as long as they can be sufficiently anonymised.
They can help others in similar situations and as long as the personal links are borrowed in some edit history (and stay civil), we do not leave the impression of being a place for public accusations – which I consider very important.
Now, while the specific question can be sufficiently anonymised (I just did that before reading through the answers), all the upvoted answers depend on information the asker posted in comments or external links.
Even without removing any of this, this becomes very confusing and highly individual advice which heavily depends on the one-sided details we are provided (even though even those seem to point against the asker).
This is of little use to future visitors and I do not think it can be made useful without a major editing job to the question and all answers, which would probably be too radical for an edit in some cases, removing major portions of some answers.
I would therefore opt to delete this question and (if desired) start from scratch, i.e., post a new question, that is sufficiently generalised and anonymised.