I met a girl on OfferUp I sold her my two fur coats we hit it off and became friends she invited me over several nights in a row she was planning on moving and had a lot of things to get organized and then get rid of or selling on offer up. She gave me a bunch of kids cloths and toys but loaned me a book and rocking horse as well as trading me some shower thing and a freezer. She also asked me to store some xmas stuff. I told her I would return all of her things as soon as I had the gas she lives 50 min from me. She's Ben slandering me and sending sabotage texts to my husband saying all kinds of untrue things about my character. She even left a fowl voice mail on his phone. She's accusing me of steeling her ID and credits cards and passwords as well as anything else she can think of. Like I said I was never left alone in her home but she now says she has witnesses. What do I do she's harassing me
This really is not domestic violence issue based on the facts you have above. Domestic means someone in your immediate family or someone you are living with or someone you have been involved in a sexual relationship with, and there is no violence in your description. You may want to change the practice area for your question. You can of course return all of her property or invite her to pick it up once you box it up and leave it in a safe place outside of your home, then of course let her know you don't want to have further contact with her and block the calls and texts with your phone or online on your service provider's website, or consider changing your phone number. If she lives far enough away that it is difficult for either of you to travel to the other's home I would not expect her to do more than harass via telephone. If her harassment is repeated and unwanted and gives you a reasonable, objective and true fear for your safety or a member of your family's safety, you can also contact police to see if you can get a permanent stalking order, of course once her property is returned to her.
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