This is not a prenuptial question, so I changed the topic to defamation and breach of contract.
Truth is always an absolute defense to defamation, so it's likely that if what you're saying is true, she has no claim. It also sounds as if she might have breached your agreement to purchase the rabbits and possibly defrauded you in the process.
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Factual statements and truth can act as a defense to defamation. She can sue you, but unless she's been economically damaged in any way, she will not have a strong claim. I would not worry about what you posted on the internet as long as it was factual in nature. The release seems a bit odd, if that's what it takes to get a refund you might as well sign it. You get your money back and you never have to transact business with her again. Seems like a win to me. But you should probably have someone read over the release if you're uncertain about it's terms and how they apply to any legal rights you may be giving up.
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Can she sue you? Yes. ANyone can sue anyone for anything.
Will she win? Likely not--the truth is a defense to such a suit.
Is the likely to bring suit? Probably not. Many threaten suits--most never follow thru: frequently because they realize they have a losing case.
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