I am not even sure what that means. However, if you have reported it to law enforcement that is likely the extent of what you can do based on the facts you have stated. Keep a record of whatever she is doing for future.
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Speak with the FBI for their instructions.
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Nothing. The FBI will follow up with you if they need you. This assumes they do anything about your complaint.
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Wait until the FBI contacts you for further information or directions, and try to avoid any contact or communication with the person.
You want to sue them for libel? You need to prove the libel and tangible economic damages. Good luck.
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