Remember, truth is an absolute defense, so if you have additional proof then you should not have anything to worry about.
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Anyone can theoretically sue anyone for anything. However, what kind of proof does he have besides hearsay? I don't know any attorney who would take a case like this.
True comments don't qualify as defamation.
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Truth is a defense to defamation. Report the theft to the police if he won't replace her money.
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