He then got my contacts. He emailed former boyfriends and said bad things about me. He made accusations about me. He emailed my employer and made accusations about me which were untrue. He emailed the wife of the owner of my company and made accusations. Do I have any legal recourse?
He jeopardized my job by telling my boss that I was going to sue him for sexual harassment. Which was completely untrue. I was grateful I didn't lose my job. He has wrecked so much damage in my life. He is rich. He has resources., I can barely pay my expenses on what I earn.
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Make a poolice report and swear out a warrant for his arrest. Theft of a password and unauthorized access to your computer are serious felonies. Any person convicted of the crime of computer theft, computer trespass, computer invasion of privacy, or computer forgery shall be fined not more than $50,000.00 or imprisoned not more than 15 years, or both. Each act is a separate offense.
OCGA 16-9-93 gives you the right to also sue for civil damages, so see a lawyer about those.
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Yes, file a police report and seriously considered pursuing a civil suit.
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My colleagues are correct. File a police report and contact an attorney.
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