Sure you can but it is over your head and you will probably need legal assistance.
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Not likely. She will argue that all statements she made to you related to the small claims lawsuit and are barred by California's litigation privilege. I have linked below Civil Code section 47 which describes the litigation privilege. Your better bet is to either: 1) pay the debt if it is owed; or 2) contest her debt collection tactics. Good luck.
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This is a difficult area of the law. For a number of reasons, it's simply not sensible to sue for it in small claims.Ask a similar question
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