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I have been divorced for 2 years now and my ex-wife has been harassing me non-stop for every reason under the sun, often calling and leaving messages up to 20 times a day (usually at home and cell phone). Luckily she doesn't drive and lives too far away to walk to my home.
I have to admit that I did feel sorry for her and at times over these past couple years and have given her money or paid an odd bill here and there just to get her off my back (I know, first mistake). Note: we have one grown child.
Over the past 6 months I have been involved in a new relationship (the first since we've been divorced) and via the child, the ex-wife knows about it, and her negative behavior is escalating greatly to the extent that she is calling me at work and now (latest development this week) is contacting my employer, managers, and related business partners, etc. claiming to be with a state agency saying I am a sex offender and need to get registered.
Is this somehow breaking a law by slandering me like this to my employers, and/or can I get a restraining order that might help put a damper on her harassment? (She is not all in her right mind and has prescription drug problems which is a big part of why we got divorced.)
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