Her and I broke up and I had a social media meltdown where I made two posts calling her a psycho and describing actual situations that demonstrate it. I never mentioned her by name. I quit doing that until I got in trouble with the law. She sent me an email out of the blue that was taunting me saying she has access to lawyers because she was a law clerk once but they don't work with dummies and enjoy my time in prison. I posted a screen shot of that email on my facebook page. Does she have a case?
While I would like to know more about this situation, but from the facts above, I don't think you should worry about the situation.
I would however, stop any future posting. Let the past lie in the past and work towards a better future.
Good luck to you.
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Things you say on Social Media can be the subject of a civil lawsuit against you, particularly if you say things that are provably untrue and damaging to someone's reputation. Unless the posted remarks are threats or violate a court restraining order, it's unlikely that criminal charges would be brought against someone for posting material on Social Media. Good luck.
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Not a good move on your part but not a criminal act either.
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