With certain exceptions, you have a first amendment right to call people whatever name you want, even if it is profane. That said, you may not harrass or threaten immediate bodily harm to a person. Based solely on your short post, I would be surprised if a prosecutor picked up these charges.
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This depends on a number of facts not mentioned here. Do not mention your facts on a public website in any event. If you have an order of protection against you that says you are not to have contact with this person, then that would a violation of the order of protection, which is a criminal offense.
Calling someone bad names in and of itself, to my knowledge, is not a criminal offense.
There are a few ways you can get in trouble for this. The police could arrest you for, and you could ulimately be charged with harrassment, stalking, peace disturbance, or if there is a protective order in place, a violation of the protective order. The police/prosecutors do not necessarily need the girl's cooperation to go forward with charges if they are able to find other evidence of the crimes. This could include her cell phone records and the testimony of her parents and others. I would proceed very cautiously. It is probably best that you consult an attorney.
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