This person is a girlfriend of a roommate who now seems to be living here, but has made false accusations about me. Unfortunately I am unable to leave this living situation anytime soon and i was wondering if getting the restraining order, would protect me from her false claims. Is this even possible?
It's possible, but restraining orders are to prevent physical contact and violence, not false accusations and claims. This may be a "sticks and stones" thing where you just have to ignore what she says and move out as soon as you can.
Another option is that i her words are defaming you and she says provably false facts about you (not opinions, not speculation) to 3rd parties that cause you damage, you could hire a lawyer to send her a cease and desist letter threatening a defamation suit.
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It is possible to get a restraining order against a housemate. However, if all she does is make false accusations against you, it will probably not be enough to get such an order. There needs to be violence, threats of violence or severe abuse before an order would be issued. If all she does is accuse you ob being a liar, a thief, etc., the court will not restrain her free speech.
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