The wife of a fellow co-worker confessed to making harrassing calls to my workplace. I have the police record. She's now fabricating/lying that her husband & I were involved in an affair. We are not. She says this because we call each other often and have gone to dinner. I do not care to divulge the details of the business relationship to her; I feel she could jeopardize it. She is threatening to produce text msgs, call logs & receipts which would reveal a more intimate relationship. My co-worker did not (and will not) give her the authority to obtain or use these (supposed) documents; his cell phone & credit cards are solely in his name. This info would cloud judgement & present doubt or allude to "cause." I have witnesses, a call log & a confession. Her actions aren't justifiable.
Harassment describes a variety of repetitive behaviors that threaten, disturb, or upset someone. Harassment includes unwanted sexual advances and stalking.
by attorney Michael Early