At this point there may not really be anything for you to do. In order for your subordinate to get a restraining order on you, you would have to be arresstted and charged with a crime. From what you describe I don't think that's likely.
She can't do much on the information you are providing. If that changes you should contact an attorney.
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On those facts you should not worry about a restraining order. She would need to be the Michelangelo of legal draftsmanship to allege a crime.
This is an inter-office-HR matter.
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I agree with Mr. Piccolo that you should go on record with your boss/HR about what transpired and what she has threatened. My fear is that she learns what is actually required to get an Order of Protection and embellishes her story. I would recommend starting a diary of any unusual interactions between you; it may help you in the future; as well as keeping note of what witnesses are present when there is any trouble.
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