I advise hiring an attorney to represent you at the 30-day hearing. The burden is on the petitioner to show why the TPO should be extended, and usually that requires more than just a "he said, she said" presentation. You may want to try obtaining a copy of your conversations from Facebook showing the context of what you allege was your only communication with "the other side".
Generally, evidence of stalking would include witnesses talking about alleged wrongful behavior of the "stalker", documents such as phone statements showing repeated calls to a certain number, emails including harassing or threatening statements, maybe police reports filed by the alleged victim, documented past instances of alleged stalking prior the conduct alleged to be the basis of the current TPO, etc..
Keep in mind that TPO 30-day hearings are usually a "he said, she said" type situation where especially the petitioner tries to make the other person look bad, though that's not to say there aren't legitimate instances where TPOs are fully justified and necessary for personal protection. I only caution you that it is better with these types of court cases to try maintaining the "higher ground" re: not portraying yourself as a saint, but sticking only to the facts if possible and avoiding name calling. If you have possible evidence of true wrongdoing by the petitioner that is relevant to the hearing, while not trying to rehash a lengthy period of knowing them, that may be good to present at the hearing in your defense. Good luck.
I agree with my colleagues. You need an attorney to defend you in this case. If you win the case in a "slam dunk," then you may want to ask for attorney fees. I often represent men in custody cases who are the subject of a PPO that was obtained solely to manipulate. Due to the bias in favor of women in these cases, defeating the PPO is a victory in itself. To expect a judge to go "over the top" and punish a woman who lied to get a PPO (politically incorrect, since women are the perceived victims) by ordering attorney fees is, in my experience, unrealistic. If you defeat the PPO, be glad, go home, and stop posting things on Facebook.
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