Was he arrested on the last incident? Prosecuted? What is the status of that case?
If he was arrested or prosecuted he may face license revocation action from the Dept of Real Estate. These are very serious allegations.
Of course you can sue. Proof is always the core issue, as is whether the defendant has assets or insurance coverage to pay any judgment. If the criminal case is still pending, reach out to the victim services coordinator or advocate at the prosecuting agency. You may be able to recover some of your losses through court-ordered restitution.
You may also be able to file for compensation through the State-administered Victim's Compensation Fund. Here is the claim form, but talk with the prosecutor before you submit it. http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/howtoapply.aspx
Find a good litigator ASAP.
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You have a very serious set of issues that scream for the need to hire, or at least to consult privately with counsel. You claim to have been battered on 3 occasions and your ex may also be liable for false imprisonment and are, yourself, on probation. However, it is not entirely clear what damages you have, despite being thru some very serious events. Contact those of us that personally or are with firms that handle civil litigation for a free consultation.. Most attorneys will likely charge hourly to habdle this type of case, but there are exceptions. www.taublawyers.com
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Short answer: Collect every item that you can [collect includes access to social media via passwords etc as well if still in existance the device used to contact the social media] and see an attorney ASAP. Go some place safe. Now
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Feel free to consult with an attorney in private on this issue. But a word of warning: do not attempt to sue him for anything until the criminal case against him has completed. If you do, then he will be able to use the civil discovery process to get information that he can use to defend himself in the criminal case.
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