We are separated and spouse hacked my phone and all my accounts.
Make police reports for all phone and internet accounts. Make a criminal complaint for any money stolen.
Take screenshots of everything that you can prove he hacked.
Of course, change your phone and internet providers, and the passwords on ALL of your accounts.
Finally, if you haven't filed for divorce, now is obviously the time. I would advise an attorney in this situation, since your soon to be ex seems capable of incredibly slimy behavior.
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